It's the final call for The Young Offenders, Gomorrah spin-off L’Immortale arrives, there’s a documentary about blues guitarist Peter Green, and the BBC Proms kick off . . .

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The Young Offenders, 9.35pm, RTÉ One/9.30pm, BBC One

Season three comes to an end - which means The Late Late Show is back next week - so this is our last lot of Leeside laughs for now.

As the run concludes, Conor and Jock decide it’s time to move out of home, to Spain, to Mairead’s amusement. But an incident with Billy Murphy distracts them from their plan.

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L’Immortale, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

Here’s an essential slice of TV for fans of Italian gangster drama Gomorrah.

While we eagerly await the fifth season of Sky Italia’s massive hit, this feature-length film returns to the world of the crime drama, acting as both a prequel and a sequel to the events of the season three finale.

Ciro’s body is slowly sinking in the dark waters of the Gulf of Naples. As he plunges into darkness, memories emerge. Screams of fleeing people are muffled by the water.

It’s 1980, the earth is shaking, and buildings are falling. A baby’s cry emerges from beneath the rubble.

Ten years later, the baby has grown into a young boy surviving, on his own, on the streets of Naples and getting his upbringing from the underworld. The aimless child of no one becomes Ciro Di Marzio, L’Immortale.

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Unreported World, 7.30pm, Channel 4

Reporter Marcel Theroux and director Tosca Barnes travel to Thailand to investigate the controversial Dhammakaya movement, which has millions of followers around the world.

Their critics say they're a money-obsessed cult. Dhammakaya say they're an international force for good - updating Buddhism for the modern world.

The Unreported World team is given access to the heart of the movement - the Temple of One Million Buddhas - which is part of an extraordinary compound 10 times the size of the Vatican, and built with cash donated by its uniformed followers.

New or Returning Shows

Peter Green: Man of the World, 9.30pm, BBC Four

Legendary blues guitarist BB King named Peter Green (above) as one of the greatest exponents of the blues, and the 'only guitar player to make me sweat’.

His three short years leading Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac saw the band established as one of the biggest-selling groups of the 1960s.

et at the height of their fame Green left the group, with his life spiralling into turmoil as drug-induced mental health issues took control. Rumours of his demise began to spread, and sightings of him became notorious.

Followed at 11.00pm by Fleetwood Mac: Don’t Stop, a look back at the band’s long and varied career, featuring interviews with the likes of Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.

BBC Proms 2020, 8.00pm, BBC Two

Katie Derham presents the first night of the live classical music festival, featuring the works of Beethoven, Aaron Copland and young British composer Hannah Kendall.

With special guest Stephen Fry.


Lodgers for Codgers, 8.00pm, Channel 4

With the majority of under-30s struggling to get on the property ladder, and millions of over-60s sitting on empty rooms, in this new series young and old tackle Britain's housing crisis by trialling a unique solution: moving in together.

In this first episode, 19-year-old manager Liam moves in with 83-year-old straight-talker Flo in Brighton, but how will Liam cope with his first taste of independence and what will Flo make of a night out on the town?

And Londoner Nicole heads to Hastings to live with Claudine and Ted. Can they show her a more affordable way to live?

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Abominable, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

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When teenage Yi encounters a young Yeti on the roof of her apartment building in Shanghai, she and her mischievous friends name him 'Everest’ and embark on an epic quest to reunite the magical creature with his family at the highest point on Earth.

But the trio of friends will have to stay one-step ahead of a wealthy hunter and a zoologist out to capture a yeti for their own needs.

Cobra Kai: Seasons 1-2, Netflix

The Karate Kid legacy continues . . . Thirty years after the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament, Johnny's rivalry with Daniel reignites. Ralph Macchio and William Zabka reprise their roles.

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All Together Now, Netflix

Amber refuses to sweat the bad stuff, that is until a tragedy threatens her optimism and her way of life. Can Amber continue to be the princess of hope?

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Santana, Netflix

Two brothers - one a narcotics agent and the other a general - finally discover the identity of the drug lord who murdered their parents decades ago.

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