There's dark comedy from Mr Inbetween, Kenneth Williams and Michael Douglas are both under the spotlight, The Good Fight continues on its merry way, and The Trump Show comes to a conclusion . . .

Pick of the Day

Mr Inbetween, 10.00pm, Fox

This Australian show looks very promising indeed and fans of Fargo and especially Bill Hader’s Barry should enjoy its dark comedic tone.

Scott Ryan stars as Ray Shoesmith, a hitman for hire who makes a life out of balancing his criminal activities with his obligations to friends and family.

He also covers for his friend Gary (Justin Rosniak) when needed, and follows his boss Freddy's (Damon Herriman) orders without question.

Ray deals with criminals and monsters in his own violent way - but this behaviour starts to take its toll and affects his relationships.

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Don't Miss

The Good Fight, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

Season four is getting a bit Ally McBeal (which is not a good thing), but Christine Branski and co are still great to watch, even if the plot lines are getting pretty daft.

This week, the firm is hired for a consultation on ways to attract more African-American voters to the Democratic Party, while Diane discovers important court documents are missing.

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Taskmaster, 9.00pm, Channel 4

This show is well worth investigating if you haven’t dipped in yet.

Daisy May Cooper, Johnny Vegas, Katherine Parkinson, Mawaan Rizwan and Richard Herring continue their quest to get their hands on Taskmaster Greg Davies' bold golden bonce.

Under the beady eye of glorified secretary Alex Horne, Mawaan attempts an upside-down farm-related illusion, Daisy softens some pasta and Katherine lays waste to a garden arch.

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A Star is Born, 8.00pm, BBC Four

This recently-arrived classic movie slot has gotten over its fixation with Westerns and moves on to weepies with this, the classic version of A Star is Born - well, the classic as far as I’m concerned.

Judy Garland's in it!

This 1954 version stars Judy and James Mason as the aspiring singer and established star, with the inevitable results, as seen in the most recent version with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.

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Comedy Legends, 9.0pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Following on from last week’s superb look at the career of Julia Louis-Dreyfus, the focus is back in Blighty as Barry Cryer and co take a look at Kenneth Williams.

Williams was a comic genius and frequent star of the Carry On films, and best known for throwing around double-entendres in Peter Rogers’ famed franchise, or working alongside Tony Hancock and Kenneth Horne.

But behind all the laughs lays a sadder story, as Williams privately suffered from depression and kept a series of diaries throughout his life that achieved posthumous acclaim.

Discovering Film , 7.00pm, Sky Arts & bNOW TV

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Michael Douglas has pretty much done it all in movies.

From starring opposite Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct and Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction, to his famous red braces in Wall Street; from losing his marbles in Falling Down, to remaking Hitchcock in A Perfect Murder - very few actors have enjoyed such a versatile career.

People know he’s married to Catherine Zeta-Jones and that acting runs in his family (his father is the legendary Kirk Douglas), but what’s the inside story of the man who has starred in countless Hollywood hits?

New or Returning Shows

Maxxx, 10.00pm, Channel 4

This new, dark comedy series promises a rude and cringe-inducing peek behind the pop world's curtain.

Former boyband star turned drug-shamed tabloid laughing stock Maxxx (O-T Fagbenle) may be down, but he's not out. He's trying to make a comeback to prove to the world - but mostly to his supermodel ex-girlfriend Jourdan (Jourdan Dunn) - that he's not the massive loser everyone says he is.

The whole series will be available to stream or download for free on All 4 following the transmission of the first episode.

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Agents of Chaos, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries & NOW TV

Here’s a two-part documentary that examines Russia’s interference in the 2016 US presidential election.

Years in the making, this show analyses classified information that was leaked and features interviews with key experts.

With never-seen-before footage from inside the Russian troll farms and the Russian deep web, the evidence highlights Russia’s sophisticated plans to undermine democracy and the USA’s political process.

New to Download

You Animal! Netflix

In this Filipino adult animation film, Nimfa, the pretty pussy cat, sells perfume at a department store.

Her boyfriend, Roger, the macho askal, is a janitor. Nimfa meets Inigo, the bourgeoisie business dog, and their chemistry ignites.

Will Nimfa and Roger’s love for DVDs and cheap beef noodles keep them together or will Inigo’s high society charms tear them apart?

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Ending Today

The Trump Show, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Tales from the front lines of Trump’s fourth year, from players including Mick Mulvaney, John Bolton, Steven Bannon and one of the president’s champion pastors, Mark Burns.

Emboldened by his exoneration in the Russia investigation, Trump is more audacious than ever, and invites the Taliban to Camp David, suggests buying Greenland from Denmark and attracts more drama with the Sharpie-gate affair.

The support of his base continues, adding to an impression of untouchable confidence - this is a president who will not live by the usual rules.

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