Tonight's top tv includes Bryan Cranston’s return to the box with Your Honor, Stacey Dooley is back with DNA Family Secrets, Glór Tíre goes live and Us heads to Amsterdam . . .

Pick of the Day

Your Honor, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Here’s another US adaptation of an Israeli show. Its predecessors include hit and miss Homeland and the stunning In Treatment.

From the executive producers of The Night Of and based on the original drama Kvodo, Emmy and Golden Globe winner Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad etc) stars in this ten-part, morally complex legal thriller that rips through all levels of New Orleans society.

Recent Late Late Show guest Cranston plays a respected judge who tries to protect his son after he becomes involved in a hit-and-run, believing he can keep him safe if he tells no one.

But it soon becomes clear that the accident’s victim is a member of a crime family that metes out its own brand of justice.

Torn between protecting his son and doing the honourable thing, he is led into to a high-stakes game of lies, deceit and impossible choices.

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Us, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

This hugely enjoyable adaptation of David Nicholls’ novel continues as the Petersens - Connie (Saskia Reeves), Douglas (Tom Hollander) and Albie (Tom Taylor) - head to Amsterdam.

But just as the trio finally get into the holiday spirit an explosive fight at breakfast looks like it might be the end of the line for their trip. And their family unit.

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Glór Tíre, 9.30pm, TG4

The country music talent contest has reached the Live Elimination phase as Glór Tíre returns.

Live from the Quays Live Venue In Galway, the going gets really tough as one of tonight’s contestants will be voted out.

Judges John Creedon, Caitríona Ní Shúilleabháin and Jó Ní Chéide all return, and there will also be a special guest taking to the stage.

Fargo, 10.30pm, TG4

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The mayhem continues. Pursued by both Cannon and Fadda muscle, Rabbi Milligan and Satchel distance themselves from an all-out war brewing in Kansas City.

Rabbi weighs his options while he and Satchel hide out in an obscure boarding house filled with a host of outlandish characters. Meanwhile, Omie looks to settle a score.

Home of the Year, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

The above trio of Hugh Wallace, award-winning interior designer Suzie Mc Adam and award-winning architect Amanda Bone continue their search for the greatest gaff.

No mean feat at a time when a huge percentage of folk are working or living at home.

This week, the judges cast an eye (or six) over a converted mill apartment in county Antrim, a renovated 1970s bungalow in county Louth, and a colourful semi-detached family home in Limerick.

New or Returning Shows

DNA Family Secrets, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Stacey Dooley is back with a new show, this time helping people answer life-changing questions by examining their DNA.

In the first episode, she comes to the aid of Richard, who wants to learn if a man claiming to be his biological father is the genuine article.

She also meets Charlie, who wants to know what her chances are of contracting the same terminal illness as her father.

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Spotlight, 10.45pm, BBC One

As the vaccination programme gathers momentum across Northern Ireland, Conor Spackman speaks to experts and those receiving vaccinations about stopping the further spread of Covid-19, and asks if people in the Six Counties can be sure this lockdown is the last.

No doubt this conversation will include a look - and probably a jaundiced one - across the border at the vaccination efforts in the rest of Ireland.

Louis Theroux: Life on the Edge, 9.35pm, RTÉ2

The documentary film-maker reflects on 25 years of his often jaw-droopingly candid documentaries, featuring brand new conversations between Louis and some of his most memorable contributors.

Nowt as queer as folk, eh?

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The Sex Clinic, 10.00pm, Channel 4

I've said it before: some people will do anything to get on the telly.

As a new run of this casually intrusive but compulsively watchable show begins, the sexual health experts offer advice to Harriette, whose self-esteem has taken a hit after a break-up.

Meanwhile Frankie wants to know how to make her lovers last longer in bed, Marco is desperate for an STI test after discovering a worrying lump on his penis, and Iffy checks in to tackle long-term problems with premature ejaculation and catches the eye of a fellow patient.

Ending Tonight

Secret Safari: Into the Wild, 8.00pm, Channel 4

The leader of the lion pride passes hunting skills onto seven hungry cubs while still finding time to catch prey, and rangers race to save the life of a black rhino after a foolhardy battle with a dominant rival male.

A male impala has a busy mating season, with 50 females to breed with and as series of challenges from rival males on his hands. Last in the series.

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