On a busy night in Tellyland, Eve Hewson stars in Behind Her Eyes, Grey's Anatomy's Patrick Dempsey is back on the box with Devils, the excellent Castle Rock continues to intrigue, while Niall Quinn tells his story in Bootroom to Boardroom . . .

Pick of the Day

Behind Her Eyes, Netflix

Eve Hewson stars in this six-part psychological drama based on the best-selling book by Sarah Pinborough and written by Steve Lightfoot.

Since her husband walked out, Louise (Simona Brown) has made her son the focus of her world, while supporting them both with her part-time job in a psychiatrist’s office.

Her world is thrown off-kilter when she begins an affair with her new boss David (Tom Bateman) and matters take an even stranger turn when she’s drawn into an unlikely friendship with his wife Adele (Hewson).

What starts as an unconventional love triangle soon becomes a dark, psychological tale of suspense and twisted revelations, as Louise finds herself caught in a dangerous web of secrets where nothing and no-one is what they seem.

The early reviews are mostly less than complimentary, but Hewson’s presence gives it a certain curiosity factor for an Irish audience.

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Castle Rock, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

Now, this is a show - inspired by the world created by the books of Stephen King - that’s well worth a look but lacks the mega-bucks hype of Netflix or Sky, so it might have slipped under the radar.

Last week’s opening double-episode was engrossing, and sets viewers up for an outstanding sophomore season.

Lizzy Caplan is great as the well-meaning but unhinged nurse Annie Wilkes (in what’s a kind-of-but-isn't prequel role to the character played by Kathy Bates in Misery), as is Eighth Grade’s Elsie Fisher as Annie’s socially-isolated and vulnerable daughter Joy.

In this week’s opener, Annie gets to taste her own medicine. Later at 10.25pm, in episode four Nadia learns a dark truth about her past.

If you missed them, the opening two episodes are available on the RTÉ Player.

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Devils, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

Here’s the return of someone who was a global heart-throb around 15 years ago when he starred in the phenomenally-successful Grey’s Anatomy. Then he just walked away . . .

This is an Italian production, starring Suburra’s Alessandro Borghi as Massimo Ruggeri, the Head of Trading at one of the most important investment banks in the world.

A scandal involving his wife puts a brake on Massimo’s ambitions, leading his American CEO and mentor, Dominic Morgan (Dempsey), to withdraw his support.

Massimo takes this rejection hard, and things go from bad to worse when his rival and apparent successor suddenly dies, and Massimo becomes the prime suspect.

Again, like Behind Here Eyes, the reviews aren’t great - but Dempsey’s name lends Devils a cachet of curiosity.

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Niall Quinn: Bootroom to Boardroom, 10.15pm, Virgin Media Two

Tommy Martin sits down with former Irish international Niall Quinn to look back at his glittering football career.

Niall recalls his early days at Arsenal, the Irish team becoming stars as they thrilled a nation at Italia 90, and also covers his successful spells at Manchester City and Sunderland.

North Korea: Inside the Mind of a Dictator, 9.00pm, National Geographic

In this two-part documentary series, experts take viewers inside North Korea leader Kim Jong Un's mind as he tries to forge a future for his dysfunctional kingdom while maintaining tight control of his people.

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Hello, Me! Netflix

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Miserable and unsuccessful, a woman thinks she's lost all her spark - until one day, her spunky younger self appears in front of her demanding change.

MeatEater: Season 9 Part 2, Netflix

Carnivore king Steve Rinella sets his sights on game such as mule deer, duck, wild turkey, bear and moose in travels that take him to hunting hot spots across the US.

Ending Tonight

Neven's Irish Seafood Trails, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

In the final episode of the current run, seafaring sustenance seeker Neven Maguire (above) heads out on a culinary road trip, visiting a Japanese restaurant in county Galway and a food truck in Dunmore East in county Waterford.

Finné, 9.30pm, TG4

Over the past number of years, Galway comedian Stevo Timothy (below) has amassed a huge online following with his stage character, Farmer Michael.

But for those who know him best, this character is a mask that hides the anxiety from which Timothy has suffered all his life and the deadly motorbike accident in 2005 that changed his life.

Scéalta Grá na hÉireann, 8.30pm, TG4

An epic love story that takes place during a time of great change and upheaval in 16th century Gaelic Ireland.

Grace O'Malley forged a path to power and leadership by land and sea in the West of Ireland with her husband, Richard in Iron Bourke.

Their castle, Rockfleet, still stands today on the Northern shore of Clew Bay, a testament to the exploits of Ireland's Pirate Queen and her great love, Richard in Iron.

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