On a busy day for box-watchers, there's the final of The Great British Bake Off, The Truth About Amazon, new drama We Are Who We Are and the Ron Howard-directed Hillbilly Elegy . . .

Pick of the Day

The Great British Bake Off: the Final, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Noel Fielding and Matt Lucas host the grand final of this year's contest, in which the three remaining bakers must construct magnificent dessert towers.

There's a deceptively simple Signature combining set custard and puff pastry, and a Technical celebrating the classic combination of chocolate and nuts.

Finally, in the Showstopper, the bakers have free rein to show the judges exactly why they deserve to be crowned the winner, as they construct magnificent dessert towers.

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Why Women Kill, 10.30pm, TG4

s Marc Cherry's dramedy continues, Beth Ann and Rob throw a housewarming party to introduce themselves to the neighbourhood, but something seems to be amiss with neighbours Mary and Ralph.

Hijinks ensue and secrets come to light when Simone and Karl have dinner with Amy's conservative future in-laws.

Tensions rise in the throuple after Taylor begins to question the living arrangement and reveals a dark truth about Eli.

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MasterChef: the Professionals, 9.00pm, BBC One

In this week's first heat, two chefs face a skills test set by judge Monica Galetti.

They must fillet a trout, smoke it and serve it with a celeriac remoulade. Will they get the balance of flavour and smoke just right or will it be a burn out?

Meanwhile, Marcus Wareing challenges the other two chefs to prepare a classic crepe suzette.

New or Returning Shows

We Are Who We Are, 10.45pm, BBC One

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Jack Dylan Grazer and Chloe Sevigny star in this drama - directed by Call Me By Your Name's Luca Guadagnino - about an American teenager relocated to a military base in Italy when his mother is placed in charge.

AS the story begins, Fraser is 14 and he has recently moved to an American military base in Veneto, Italy, from New York.

While familiarising himself with his new surroundings and engaging in a complex relationship with his mother, a US Army colonel who is soon due to take control of the military base, he meets the other American kids who live there.

He struggles to fit in, but is especially intrigued by one person: the mysterious Caitlin.

The Truth About Amazon: How to Shop Smart, 9.15pm, Channel 4

Following on from Channel 4's previous investigations into Amazon, this three-part series presented by Helen Skelton and Sabrina Grant asks: How do we shop smart on Amazon? How did Amazon beat the rest and upend the high street? And should we trust Amazon this Christmas?

With insight from executives, tech analysts and experts, Sabrina and Helen show how to get hidden bargains, while exposing the questionable practices we all need to know about.

In this episode, Sabrina and Helen offer key tips to get the best deals possible.

Cold War Steve Meets the Outside World, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Cold War Steve (Christopher Spencer) is a Birmingham artist whose satirical collages have made him a cult phenomenon.

He is also highly regarded in the art world being celebrated as the 'Brexit Bruegel’ and ‘a modern-day Hogarth.’

This ambitious and visually exciting new art installation and documentary project takes a look at the state of art, politics, and the psyche of post-lockdown Britain through Cold War Steve’s work as he literally brings art to the masses.

New to Stream

Hillbilly Elegy, Netflix

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Based on JD Vance’s book of the same name, directed by Ron Howard and produced by Brian Grazer, this is a personal memoir that offers a window into one family’s personal journey of survival and triumph.

JD Vance (Gabriel Basso), a former Marine from southern Ohio and current Yale Law student, is on the verge of landing his dream job when a family crisis forces him to return to the home he’s tried to forget.

JD must navigate the complex dynamics of his Appalachian family, including his volatile relationship with his mother Bev (Amy Adams), who’s struggling with addiction.

Fueled by memories of his grandmother Mamaw (Glenn Close), the resilient and whip-smart woman who raised him, JD comes to embrace his family’s indelible imprint on his own personal journey.

Notes for My Son (El Cuaderno de Tomy), Netflix

Facing a terminal disease, a mother decides to use her unwavering optimism and sarcastic humour to make sure her four-year-old son remembers her.

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Ending Today

9-1-1: Lone Star, 9.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

Season one of this fun spin-off starring Rob Lowe as Owen Strand, a fire house chief concludes as a solar flare wreaks havoc on the electrical systems in Austin.

As Owen performs a dangerous rescue when a small plane is caught and suspended in a series of live wires, Grace gets an out-of-this-world 9-1-1 call from a stranded astronaut.

Meanwhile, TK and Carlos race to save lives in an overturned bus that is rapidly flooding and Michelle finally gets some closure on her missing sister, Iris.

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Brunelleschi’s Impossible Dome, 7.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Concluding this look at works inspired by Filippo Brunelleschi’s cupola with British artist Luke Jerram’s contemporary dome, Palm Temple, installed in Coal Drops Yard, near King’s Cross in London.

The programme looks at how the dome has developed over time with radical reworkings such as Richard Buckminster Fuller’s geodetic version and the modern application at the Eden Project, in Cornwall.

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