Highly anticipated horror drama Lovecraft Country lands on Sky Atlantic, Jamie Oliver, Supershoppers and AP Bio all return, while it's finale time for Prodigal Son . . .

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Lovecraft Country, 9.00pm

With the conclusion of Perry Mason’s superb first season, this highly anticipated horror drama arrives to fill its Monday night Sky Atlantic slot.

The impressive pairing of Jordan Peele and JJ Abrams executive produce this creepy series where unthinkable fear is lurking in the shadows.

Based on Matt Ruff ’s novel of the same name, the story follows Atticus Freeman (Jonathan Majors) as he joins his friend Letitia (Jurnee Smollett) and his Uncle George (Courtney B. Vance) on a road trip across 1950s Jim Crow America in search of his missing father (Michael Kenneth Williams).

This begins a struggle to survive and overcome both the racist terrors of white America and the terrifying ancient monsters ripped from the twisted mind of racist horror writer HP Lovecraft.

Looks deadly!

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EastEnders: Secrets from the Square, 8.00pm, BBC One

Stacey Dooley is joined by the women behind two of Albert Square’s most influential landladies – Letitia Dean (below) and Kellie Bright, aka Sharon Watts and Linda Carter – for a Queen Vic landladies special.

The formidable duo will join forces to look back at all the iconic landladies that came before them, from Angie Watts to Peggy Mitchell.

They also revisit their own biggest moments behind the bar, reveal juicy backstage gossip and tease what’s to come as Linda hands the landlady reins back to Sharon - all before Stacey puts their landlady knowledge to the ultimate test.

New or Returning Shows

Jamie: Keep Cooking Family Favourites, 8.30pm, Channel 4

Jamie Oliver demonstrates recipes for simple, affordable and delicious meals, from quick and tasty dinners to useful staples to add to regular repertoires.

He kicks off by teaming chicken with flavour-packed Cumberland sausages and tasty veggies to creating a one-pan roast dinner, and puts a British twist on the classic spaghetti Bolognese by swapping in pale ale and Cheddar cheese to create an easy, cheap and tasty batch-cook recipe.

Plus, he's got a fun take on pasta preparation that the kids - and adults - will love.

AP Bio, 9.30pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

School is back in session in the second season of this comedy - recently renewed for a third season - as Glenn Howerton and Patton Oswalt return as slightly sociopathic philosophy teacher and his long-suffering principal Durbin.

Now without an archrival, Jack attempts to unlock the secret of what makes ordinary people happy, leading him to an idea for a new book that he believes will be his ticket out of Whitlock High.

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Supershoppers, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Helen Skelton and Sabrina Grant return with the consumer programme packed with money-saving tips and the secrets of the big brands.

In the first edition they show how to save money booking a last-minute staycation, and there is also essential advice on how to protect money if anything goes wrong on a holiday.

Call That Hard Work? 3.45pm, BBC One

Three people who are passionate and proud of what they do for a living compete to see whose job is the hardest.

For three days they immerse themselves in one another's jobs, scoring them on three criteria: working conditions, mental demands and physical demands. And there's a nice cash prize on offer to the winner.

Today, sausage factory supervisor Mica, bingo show host Rob and head gardener Dan go head to head in a bid to prove their job is the hardest.

The Trial of Alex Salmond, 9.00pm, BBC Two

In March this year, Scotland's former First Minister Alex Salmond (above) emerged from the High Court in Edinburgh cleared of 14 charges of sexual misconduct, with the verdict concluding one of the most dramatic trials in UK history.

This programme sees Kirsty Wark travelling across Scotland as she follows the trial and interviews people who were present at key moments surrounding the political scandal, and looking back at Salmond's political career and the growing rift between him and Nicola Sturgeon.

New to Download

Crazy Awesome Teachers, Netflix

A ragtag bunch of teachers and students team up to take back the money that a dangerous gangster stole from them.

Ending Today

Prodigal Son, 9.35pm, RTÉ2

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In the first of the final double episodes of the procedural starring Tom Payne and Michael Sheen, Malcolm and Ainsley are convinced there's more to Nicholas Endicott than meets the eye and their only hope just might be an impromptu Whitly family reunion.

Later, Malcolm continues to unravel as the mystery of the girl in the box comes to a head. Nicholas Endicott's true colours continue to show and the Whitlys must decide to what lengths they are willing to go in order to take him down.

Line of Duty, 9.00pm, BBC One

It's the season one finale. With Gates on the run, the anti-corruption team come under pressure to close the case once and for all. Arnott is forced to make some tough decisions about where his loyalties lie.

Fleming and Hastings go all out to catch Gates, leading to a shattering conclusion.

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