It's the season finale of stylish horror show Lovecraft Country, Lodging with Lucy meets Love Island, David Walliams explores his family tree, and The Billion Dollar Art Hunt leads to Dublin . . .

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Lovecraft Country, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic b& NOW TV

It’s the tenth and final episode of this stylish and unique mix of horror and racism, based on the novel by Matt Ruff and influenced by the imagination of American writer of weird and horror fiction, HP Lovecraft.

It’s been a little patchy, but there’s no denying it’s been pretty engrossing and more than a little nuts, with Jurnee Smollett and Jonathan Majors excellent in the lead roles.

Majors’ Atticus Freeman has been on quite a journey on his road trip with Smollett’s Leti Lewis across 1950s' America in search of his missing father. How will his adventure end?

There’s still no word on whether or not there’ll be a second season of Lovecraft Country, but it’s going to be near-impossible to follow this, and it could easily go down some sort of Lost-like rabbit hole.

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Lodging with Lucy, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

This week, Lucy Kennedy is joined by Love Island winner Greg O'Shea and his sporty parents, and tries to break the internet by creating an entry on a dating site for him.

After hosting the likes of Twink (who brought along her pet parrot), it looks like Lucy’s really going to have her hands full this time.

Who Do You Think You Are? 9.00pm, BBC One

It’s the turn of actor and author David Walliams (below) to delve into his family history, learning of his paternal great-grandfather's traumatic experiences during the First World War.

While researching his family tree, he also discovers the story of an ancestor who unfortunately became blind as the result of pioneering eye surgery in the 1880s.

New or Returning Shows

Trump's Coronavirus Catastrophe, 8.0pm, Channel 4

Matt Frei investigates the president's policies, actions and decisions during the pandemic, which has cost more than 200,000 American lives.

There are revelations gathered from months of conversations with White House advisers and insiders, whistle-blowers, politicians who have worked with Trump and leading US scientists, as well as loyal Trump supporters.

The Billion Dollar Art Hunt, 9.00pm, BBC Four

John Wilson follows a tip-off that the world's biggest art theft, from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990, valued at a billion dollars, may be about to be found - not in America, but in Dublin.

The art in question went missing when two men disguised as police officers gained access to the museum and stole 13 paintings, including works by the likes of Rembrandt, Vermeer and Degas.

CrimeCall, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Sharon Ní Bheoláin is back once again to present appeals for help from the public in solving crimes, featuring reconstructions, CCTV footage, news features and a panel of police advisers taking calls.

Stath Lets Flats, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

This Channel 4 comedy, about an incompetent Greek-Cypriot lettings agent working for the family business, starring Jamie Demetriou, has its fans (and BAFTA awards), but it left me cold.

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Sport's Hidden Crisis - Panorama, 8.30pm, BBC One

Former Welsh athlete Colin Jackson investigates eating disorders in British sport, speaking to athletes from amateur to elite level and discussing his own problems with food when he was a hurdler.

Jackson asks why those involved in sport are more likely to have an eating disorder, and talks to UK Sport chair Katherine Grainger about what should be done to tackle the problem.

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Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 2, Netflix

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In six new episodes, Unsolved Mysteries profiles more unexplained disappearances, tragic events, and bizarre occurrences.

Detectives, journalists, and family members offer intriguing theories in this series, from the producers of Stranger Things.

Ending Today

In the Face of Terror, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The live-streaming of an attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, in March 2019 heralded a new era of terrorism and confirms the far right as a fast-growing threat. 51people were murdered and 40 were injured in the atrocity.

Survivor Abdul Aziz describes how he was praying when a fellow worshipper was shot through a window, and he ran outside to confront the attacker.

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