Tonight's top TV tips include returning US dramas Grey’s Anatomy and Blue Bloods, David Tennant and Cush Jumbo in Deadwater Fell, and some more Eating With the Enemy . . .

Pick of the Day

Grey’s Anatomy, 10.25pm, RTÉ2

Back for a record-making 17th season, Shonda Rhimes’ breakthrough show starring Ellen Pompeo as medic Meredith Grey, is now the longet-srunning prime time medical drama in US TV history.

As we return to Seattle’s Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital, the surgeons find themselves on the frontline as they deal with the devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic which is sweeping across the globe.

Meanwhile, an unintentionally started fire has first responders from Station 19 bringing patients into the hospital for treatment.

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Don’t Miss

Eating with the Enemy, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

In this episode, a home-schooling parent has dinner with a teacher, a pastor meets their opposite in the form of someone who has no interest in religion, and two diners from completely different backgrounds discuss whether your upbringing dictates your outcomes in life.

Plus, two diners have an extremely varied discussion involving sexism, dating disasters, grief and porn.

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New or Returning Shows

Deadwater Fell, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

This is an all-round excellent four-part crime drama, starring David Tennant, Cush Jumbo, Matthew McNulty and Anna Madeley.

A fire in the home of a respected GP and his primary school teacher wife devastates a close-knit Scottish community, as lives are lost in the blaze.

However, further investigation reveals something more sinister than first apparent and the villagers must pick through the ashes to find answers. Was it a tragic accident or something more troubling?

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Blue Bloods, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

Back for an 11th season, Tom Selleck and co return for more New York crimefighting from the Reagan family out on Staten Island.

Amidst a shifting political climate, Frank faces a battle with council speaker Regina Thomas at the city government over police brutality protests.

Meanwhile, Jamie and his nephew Joe Hill work together to search for Danny and Baez, who have gone missing.

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Johnny Briggs: Coronation Street Legend, 8.30pm, Virgin Media One

A tribute to the actor who spent years acting in the likes of The Lavender Hill Mob, 633 Squadron and Crossroads, before becoming a Weatherfield regular.

 Johnny Briggs (below) spent 30 years playing Cockney businessman and Lothario Mike Baldwin, eventually leaving the soap in 2006, after appearing in more than 1,600 episodes.

Street stars past and present recall working with a cast legend, and famous fans of the show take a fond look back at some of Mike's biggest storylines, including his affair with Deirdre Barlow and bitter rivalry with her husband Ken, a love triangle that had every soap fan fixated.

Open House, 9.20pm, RTÉ2

Here’s a series of short documentaries. First up, a charming and personal account of the impact and significance of Dublin’s two distinctive red and white chimneys, the Poolbeg Towers.

Station 19, 10.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

Returning for a fourth season, the heroic Seattle firefighters put their lives and hearts on the line once again in the tough, tight-knit and sometimes heartbreaking world of emergency services.

When the COVID-19 pandemic hits Seattle, the Station 19 crew leans on each other for support. Andy tries to make sense of her mother's return, while Sullivan settles into a new routine.

And it's all-hands-on-deck when a group of teenagers unintentionally starts a wild fire. The story continues next week on Sky Witness in the season 17 premiere of Grey's Anatomy, which is on RTÉ2 tonight if you fancy catching up even sooner.

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Pls Like, 11.55pm, BBC One

Struggling vlogger Liam continues his mission to become an online influencer by creating a social media-friendly travel experience in this spoof documentary, starring Liam Williams, Tim Key, Arnab Chanda and Emma Sidi.

In the second episode, at 12.15am, Liam tries to make sense of influencers by visiting mega-vlogger Millipede, who has been announced to appear in a West End musical - despite not being able to sing.

Liam also attempts to save a struggling art gallery by trying to appeal to a younger audience.

New to Stream

Haunted: Latin America, Netflix

Fancy getting scared? Here you go then . . .

Real people's terrifying tales of the chilling, unexplained and paranormal come to life with dramatic re-enactments in this new reality series.

No subtitles in this trailer, but you'll get the drift:

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Ending Tonight

Beidh Aonach Amárach, 8.30pm, TG4

The agricultural show circuit is typically a family affair with all members of the family taking part on some level.

There’s father and daughter sheep shearing judges, Colin and Hazel Crowe, in Westmeath; country music stars Bartlia and Maitiú Ó Domhnaill from Lettermullen; the natural life Hugh and Lisa Mhic Gairbheá and their two children are leading in Rannafast, Donegal; and there’s the intricate work of quilter Eilís Ní Bhraonáin in Wexford.

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