Classic TV show The Twilight Zone returns with some modern twists, while it's welcome back to more recent hits such as The Windsors, Home of the Year and Strike Back . . .

Pick of the Day

The Twilight Zone, 9.00pm, Syfy & NOW TV

Jordan Peele, the genius behind creepy horror hits US and Get Out invites you back into another dimension in this revival of the classic TV anthology series.

The reboot has managed to attract the likes of Chris O'Dowd, Seth Rogen, Greg Kinnear, Sanaa Lathan and Adam Scott in a series of spine -tingling, standalone morality tales with wicked twists - all updated for a new, socially conscious generation.

In the chilling opening episode, Adam Scott (Parks & Recreation, Big Little Lies) stars as journalist Justin Sanderson, who is taking a trip on commercial aircraft Flight 1015.

While on board, Justin stumbles across a true crime podcast that seems describe how the aircraft he and the rest of the passengers are on is fated to disappear.

With this horrific knowledge, the fate of the aircraft and everyone on board is in his hands.

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New or Returning Shows

Home of the Year, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Hugh Wallace, Deirdre Whelan and Peter Crowley are the three judges out to be impressed by this year's range of houses that have made it through to this year's Home of the Year.

Hugh Wallace, Deirdre Whelan and Peter Crowley

Tonight's opening episode features interior designer Kerry Hiddleston and Patrick O' Grady's 200-year-old home in Dublin, interior designer Alannah Monks and husband Patrick's new build in county Dublin, and building contractor Seamus Harrington and his wife Karen's minimalist home in Meath.

The Windsors, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The satirical comedy soap opera about the British royal family returns for a third season. With the UK divided after Brexit, the government asks the royals to cheer up their subjects.

The 'Fab Four' - Wills (Hugh Skinner), Kate (Louise Ford), Harry (Tom Durant-Pritchard) and Meghan (Kathryn Drysdale) - are excited at the prospect of bringing the British people together again.

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But Prince Charles (Harry Enfield), Princess Anne (Vicki Pepperdine), Prince Edward (Matthew Cottle) and Prince Andrew (Tim Wallers) are on strike from royal duties, in protest at the minimal rise to the Sovereign Grant.

Strike Back, 9.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV

As the final season beginds, Section 20 arrive in Kosovo to rescue a British scientist who has been taken hostage by the Albanian Mafia.

There they discover that the scientist was developing a British bioweapon, and its location has been compromised. They race the Albanian Mafia to secure the bioweapon from a lab but are ultimately too late.

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The team realise that the Albanians are selling the bioweapon to a mysterious buyer in Venice during the Carnivale.

Long Lost Families, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell return to help more people reunite with long-lost relatives, beginning with 67-year-old Christine Rose's search for the sisters she was separated from at the age of four when her mother was prosecuted for neglect.

Back in Time for the Corner Shop, 8.00pm, BBC Two

The Ardern family is embarking on an extraordinary time-travelling adventure, going back in time to run a corner shop.

The family, whose great grandparents were shopkeepers, has taken over a former corner shop in Sheffield. Guided by presenter Sara Cox and social historian Polly Russell, the family of five will spend their summer working in the shop and living upstairs.

Flesh and Blood, 10.00pm, Virgin Media One

When recently widowed Vivien announces her love for a new man, Mark, it throws her family of adult children into chaos.

The siblings' suspicions about Mark's intentions are fuelled by rising tensions in their own lives, in this new prime time drama starring Francesca Annis, Imelda Staunton and Stephen Rea.

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Curb Your Enthusiasm, 9.00pm, Sky Comedy & NOW TV

While overseeing preparations for Latte Larry's coffee shop - specifically the urinals - Ted Danson visits Larry to tell him he is now a financial backer for Mocha Joe's.

Meanwhile, Larry receives a problematic gift from Freddy Funkhouser, causes trouble with Richard's new girlfriend, and offends one of Jeff ’s A-list clients.

Just another day in the life, eh?

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