Tonight's top watches include the final episode of Mare of Easttown, there’s more from The Nevers and Motherland, Crimecall returns and Russell Howard Stands Up to the World . . .

Pick of the Day

Mare of Easttown, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Streaming on NOW TV & Sky catch-up

It’s the season one finale of the best show on the box since Succession.

Kate Winslet has been class in the lead role, but this has been a great ensemble piece, even if it’s a misery-fest and a truly bleak view of life in small town America. Life is just sucked out of people in this place.

It’s highly unlikely that all the story threads will be tied up in a nice bow, but can Mare bring the case that devastated her town to an end? And what will be left her own life in the aftermath?

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Don’t Miss

Motherland, 9.00pm, BBC Two

This comedy’s finally gone mainstream, even getting a mention on Brendan O’Connor’s Sunday show on RTÉ Radio 1.

As season three continues, it's time for the Year 6 school trip, and Julia, Liz and Meg find themselves on the coach journey from Hell with humourless school secretary Mrs Lamb and clueless teaching assistant Ms Vaughn.

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It all kicks off when a boy banned for bad behaviour is allowed on the bus, along with his mother Ashley, and Liz decides to play the hero.

Meanwhile, Kevin takes his driving test and Amanda puts her lifestyle brand Hygge Tygge online.

The Nevers, 10.10pm, Sky Atlantic

Streaming on NOW TV and Sky Box Sets

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The HBO sci-fi series set in Victorian London, and starring Irish pair Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly, continues.

This week, Penance (Skelly) creates an amplifier to spread Mary's hope-inspiring song across London, but first, Mary must find her voice.

Amalia (Donnelly) propositions an unlikely ally and works to expand the Orphanage's reach, while Swann entangles Augie and Mundi in his business.

Fawlty Towers, 8.30pm, BBC One

You may have seen this episode many times, but – as with all great comedy – familiarity doesn’t prevent it from being great fun.

It’s still a marvelous watch.

This time around, a mischievous Basil pretends he has forgotten about his 15th wedding anniversary - but it backfires when Sybil responds by walking out on him.

With friends due to arrive for a celebratory party, the harassed hotelier is forced to take desperate steps to convince them all is well on the marital front.

New or Returning Shows

Russell Howard Stands Up to the World, 9.00pm, Sky One

Streaming on NOW TV

Russell Howard (above, with Sam Neill) is due to perform stand-up comedy gigs in New Zealand and Australia over two months, one of the first people to do this kind of thing since lockdown began.

Now he’s taking viewers en route to his gig, to get under the skin of the countries he’s visiting.

At a time when we’ve never felt further apart as a world, he plans to discover what our cousins across the seas are really like, celebrating both our differences and unexpected shared passions.

Crimecall, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

It’s that time of the month again as Sharon Ní Bheoláin (below) presents appeals for help from the public in solving crimes, featuring reconstructions, CCTV footage, news features and a panel of Garda advisers taking calls.

New to Stream

The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties, Netflix

This unscripted series follows the members of the Kretz family of Paris and their luxury real estate business.

Racket Boys, Netflix

A ragtag middle school badminton club makes a bid for the youth championships.

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Ending Tonight

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, 10.40pm, BBC Four

Alec Guinness stars as master spy George Smiley in the conclusion of the classic 1970s espionage drama, based on the novel by John le Carre.

Smiley devises a plan he hopes will see the trap close on Karla's mole, who will be used as a trade against several English spies captured by the KGB.

Blue Bloods, 9.00pm, Sky Witness

Streaming on NOW TV

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It’s the end of the 11th season of the Tom Sellick-starring police drama, with more dilemmas and decisions for the Reagan family.

The Reagans learn what happened to Joe as a result of the car explosion, while Danny and Jamie follow leads left by Joe to help bring down the gunrunning outfit.

They head up to New England, finding a large stash of weapons at a New Hampshire farm.

Let's hope they make it home in time for Sunday dinner on Staten Island.

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