On a very busy night of new and returning shows, the standouts include edgy crime drama ZeroZeroZero, the Angela Scanlon-hosted Your Garden Made Perfect, and the return of Rob & Romesh vs…

Pick of the Day

ZeroZeroZero, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV
Based on the novel of the same name by Roberto Saviano, this fast-paced and edgy series is pretty much the new Gomorrah, which was also based on a book of the same name by Saviano.

Directed by Stefano Sollima (Gomorrah) and Janus Metz (True Detective), and featuring our own Gabriel Byrne, it follows the buyers, sellers and brokers who drive the frenzied and lethal world of international drug trafficking. 

There are only two things that connect the distant world inhabited by the Mexican cartels and the Italian 'Ndrangheta: the lucrative cocaine business and the New Orleans-based Lynwood family that brokers the deals.

Don Minu La Piana gathers all the bosses of the' Ndrangheta in the Calabrian mountains to determine the future of the criminal organisation itself.

But they are unaware that in Mexico a handful of soldiers led by Manuel Quinteras chase the heads of the Leyra drug cartel.

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Don't Miss

Pooch Perfect, 8.00pm, BBC One

It's an undoubted waste of Sheridan Smith's talents, but this show is also ideal switch-off telly.

The first set of quarter-finalists take on a traditional dog groom when they gently removing the dead hairs from the coat of one of the UK's oldest breeds, the Welsh terrier.

After that, they’ve to produce a very modern look for the Dogwalk that requires smiley faces, flared legs and little outfits.

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Plus, in a new challenge, the contestants' knowledge of crossbreeds is put to the test as they try to identify a dog's parents.

The Directors, 8.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Possibly the most successful female director in Hollywood, Kathryn Bigelow remains the only woman to have won an Academy Award for Best Director, for The Hurt Locker.

Bigelow made her solo directing debut with 1987’s cult neo-western horror Near Dark but would really penetrate the Hollywood elite with the classic action movie Point Break in 1991.

She followed up the critical and award success of The Hurt Locker with another thriller, Zero Dark Thirty, in 2012 and again claimed numerous award nominations, and received critical acclaim for the 2017 period drama Detroit starring John Boyega.

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New or Returning Shows

Your Garden Made Perfect, 8.00pm, BBC Two
Following on from the innovative series Your Home Made Perfect, Angela Scanlon (below) returns with this show that offers the same hi-tech makeover technology to outdoor spaces.

First up are Demi and Laura from Hertfordshire, who lead a busy family life, meaning they haven't had time to deal with their lacklustre, L-shaped plot. 

Garden designers Helen Elks-Smith and Manoj Malde pitch for the chance to redesign the site - demonstrating what they would do with virtual reality presentations that put the couple right at the heart of their new outdoor havens.

All Creatures Great and Small, 8.05pm, BBC Four

Here’s a re-run of the first season of a much-loved drama, starring Christopher Timothy and Robert Hardy, first broadcast back in the 1970s. It looks very clunky compared to today’s telly, but it's worth the effort.

As the series begins, James Herriot visits Yorkshire seeking work as a vet with Siegfried Farnon's practice, but his interview becomes a baptism of fire when he goes out on the rounds in the Dales countryside.

Private Eyes, 9.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

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The quirky Canadian crime procedural moves to Sky for its fourth season. 

Former professional ice hockey player Matt "Shadow" Shade (Jason Priestley - remember him?) hangs up his skates and upends his life by teaming up with intense Private Investigator Angie Everett (Cindy Sampson) to solve cases in their hometown of Toronto.

In the opening episode of the season, Shade and Angie investigate the seemingly paranoid claims of a wealthy patriarch who believes that a series of accidents are attempts on his life by one of his many enemies. 

Gold Digger, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

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This entertaining BBC drama tells the story of Julia Day, a wealthy 60-year-old woman who enters a relationship with a man half her age.

Her adult children worry that he’s after more than just love, feeling that she’s vulnerable after separating from her husband of 35 years.

The cast includes Julia Ormond as Julia Day, while Ben Barnes plays Benjamin Greene, the younger man who may or may not be a gold digger.

Rob & Romesh vs…, 10.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV

The boys are back for a third season as Rob Beckett and Romesh dip their toe into the unknown once again.

For the first show Rob and Romesh are delving into the world of art. Romesh will be taking Rob to his first ever art gallery, before they head to a top art school to learn different disciplines.

The show culminates with each of them having to present an exhibition, in front of a crowd of art fans, at the world famous Saatchi Gallery.

Ken Burns: Here & There, 7.15pm, PBS America

A profile of the outrageously prolific documentary maker told through interviews with friends, colleagues and Burns himself (below), who reflects on how a sense of place can serve as a creative foundation.

Those Who Kill, 10.00pm, Fox

This drama is an American version of a Danish show of the same name, and stars Chloe Sevigny as Catherine Jensen, a recently promoted homicide detective.

She enlists the help of Thomas Schaeffer, a forensic psychologist, to track down serial killers and relentlessly seeks the truth behind the disappearance of her brother that she thinks is linked to his stepfather, Judge Howard Burgess.

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