Tonight's top telly includes Katie Price: Harvey and Me, another one-off special episode of Euphoria, a new run of The Bay, and Sharon Ní Bheoláin with the latest CrimeCall . . .

Pick of the Day

Katie Price: Harvey and Me, 8.30pm, BBC One

Model and businesswoman Katie Price's son Harvey was born with a rare disorder that affects brain function, hormones and vision, and he has a long list of medical and behavioural conditions that mean his future is unpredictable.

This documentary follows Katie and Harvey as he turns 18, with the pair exploring the options of further education colleges and meeting other families that include disabled young adults.

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Pulling with My Parents, 9.35pm, RTÉ2

On this week's show, trainee nurse Cian is hoping that his mother and father can help find him romance, while Savannah's parents think she reveals too much information about herself online.

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Euphoria, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

Following the recent special episode of Euphoria which saw Rue attempt to work through her breakup with Jules and her struggle with addiction, we now turn to Jules (Hunter Schafer) in the second of the stand-alone episodes.

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Also dealing with the fallout of the first season's events, Jules reflects back on 2020 and considers what may be in store for her in the future.

CrimeCall, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

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

Lightning, 6.30pm, BBC Two

Comedian Zoe Lyons hosts a quick-fire quiz in which six contestants compete across six rounds testing their general knowledge, quick thinking and speedy reactions.

Corona: the Pandemic and the Pangolin, 8.35pm, PBS America

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A look at how the illegal wildlife trade has created the potential for deadly viruses to jump species, with some experts suspecting the pangolin may be the source of Covid-19.

The Bay, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Season two of the crime drama continues the story of Detective Sergeant Lisa Armstrong and how she’s dealing with the repercussions of her actions from last year.

She is also being stalked unknowingly by a mysterious figures who has returned with an agenda.

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All episodes of season two are available on Virgin Media's free player. You can also catch the first season of The Bay there.

Snapped, 10.00pm, 10.00pm, Sky Crime & NOW TV

The 27th season of this crime documentary series offers a new line-up of female felons who have committed murder or attempted murder.

The first episode profiles the case of Jaclyn Martin, whose life of suburban comfort was jeopardised when she arranged for the murder of her husband and neighbourhood bar owner, Lee Martin, in exchange for money.

Ending Tonight

Staged, 9.25pm, BBC One

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It’s the season two finale double-bill of this pandemic comedy starring David Tennant and Michael Sheen as exaggerated versions of themselves.

In the penultimate episode, David and Michael are both upset when they discover who the studio has now cast as they each have a history with the actors taking their place - one of whom is known and the other unknown.

Mark Kermode’s Secrets of Cinema: Cult Movies, 9.00pm, BBC Four

This week sees film critic Mark Kermode examines the qualities necessary for a film to become a cult classic, as well as the main types of a genre that is dictated by the audience rather than the film-maker.

Kermode also reveals how some set out to shock and break taboos, while others are camp classics embraced by viewers who find new or hidden meanings in them.

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