Tonight's TV picks include new epic drama Domina, Seth Rogen and much more on The Late Late Show, the return of Jools Holland, Tom Allen's new show Quizness, and Amy Adams starring in The Woman in the Window . . .

Pick of the Day

Domina, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

Created and written by Simon Burke (Fortitude), Domina promises to bring to life the power politics of Ancient Rome, told through the eyes of Livia Drusilla, wife of and adviser to the Roman emperor Augustus Caesar.

Now, here's a woman who knows what she wants.

This epic eight-part, highly topical drama follows the life and extraordinary rise of Livia (Kasia Smutniak from Perfect Strangers). Tonight kicks off with back-to-back episodes.

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Our own Liam Cunningham pops up too, in the role of Livius, but he looks so different without the beard!

As the story begins, a naïve young girl sees her world crumble in the wake of Julius Caesar's assassination.

In the years that follow, she must navigate her way through a brutal society to find revenge, secure her family’s legacy and eventually become Rome’s most powerful and influential Empress.

Don’t Miss

The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Seth Rogen (below), relatives of the victims of the Ballymurphy Massacre, and the future generation sharing their innovative inventions are all guests on this week's wide-ranging show.

There will also be performances from well-known stars celebrating 30 years of The Commitments.

Ryan Tubridy will chat to Hollywood actor and producer Seth Rogen, star of Superbad, Bad Neighbours and The Lion King, about why he is not afraid of burning celebrity bridges in his new book, why you should always be careful about meeting your heroes, and how one of his movies nearly started a world war.

New or Returning Shows

Tom Allen’s Quizness, 8.00pm, Channel 4

The ubiquitous Tom Allen (below) hosts as contestants' general knowledge gets put to the test as they play for the chance to win £25,000.

The twist here is that, the more answers the quizzers know, the dafter they must look to prove it.

This first instalment features Dave, Hayley, Tharun and Saundra, who fight it out for a shot at the jackpot, facing tricky questions on anything from Captain Cook to Kelly Brook.

Matt Deighton: Overshadowed, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

This looks fascinating.

Coinciding with the UK’s Mental Health Awareness Week, Overshadowed tells the story of Matt Deighton, a hugely respected and much-loved artist within the British music industry.

He was front man for the 1990’s acid jazz band Mother Earth, and then Paul Weller’s guitarist of choice and Noel Gallagher’s replacement in Oasis.

But who is he?

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Critically acclaimed yet an underground secret, Matt takes viewers on a tour through his life, his music and performances, exploring the challenges of mental health and musicianship.

Accompanied by some of his friends and collaborators including Chris Difford, Bill Fay, Paul Weller, Marti Pellow and Carleen Anderson.

Later . . . With Jools Holland, 10.00pm, BBC Two

Back for yet another run of his music show, Jools welcomes Noel Gallagher (above), who looks back at ten years of his band Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.

Plus, Walsall born singer-songwriter Jorja Smith, and Ohio duo the Black Keys, also join Jools at his South London recording studio.

New to Stream

The Secrets We Keep, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

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Noomi Rapace stars in a taut suspense drama set in the ashes of World War II.

Rapace plays Maja, a Romanian woman attempting to rebuild her life in the American suburbs with her husband while keeping her darkest memories to herself.

Those memories resurface when she recognises a former German soldier in her neighbourhood and kidnaps him in revenge for the horrific trauma she believes he inflicted upon her.

Love, Death & Robots: Volume 2, Netflix

The NSFW animated anthology returns with a vengeance. Expect naked giants, Christmas demons, and robots-gone-wild.

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From wild adventures on far-flung planets to unsettling encounters close to home, the Emmy-winning anthology returns with a crop of provocative tales.

Haunted: Season 3, Netflix

A menacing mansion. A haunting melody. A demonic cat. More real people share scary stories from their past - and the truth is terrifying.

The Woman in the Window, Netflix

Confined to her home by agoraphobia, a psychologist (played by Amy Adams) becomes obsessed with her new neighbours - and solving a brutal crime she witnesses from her window.

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series: Season 2, Disney+

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East High’s favourite drama students return as they prepare to perform Beauty and the Beast for their Spring musical.

The second season will include reimagined musical numbers from both the High School Musical movies and the stage production of Beauty and the Beast in addition to brand-new songs that join hits from season one.

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