Tonight's watch list includes powerful documentary Joey Essex: Grief and Me, Supervet, Liverpool Narcos, as well as the finales of The Road to Partition and The Intruders . . .

Pick of the Day

Joey Essex: Grief and Me, 9.00pm, BBC Two

This promises to be very far removed from the usual reality star fluff. By all accounts this is very powerful and moving documentary.

Reality TV star Joey Essex opens up about the death of his mother, who took her own life when he was just 10-years-old.

With the help of clinical psychologist Dr Stephen Blumenthal, Joey sets out to finally face the impact his mother's death has had on him over the intervening years.

Until now he's only opened up about his childhood with his family, but sister Frankie and cousin Chloe recognise that he's never truly processed his feelings or fully faced his bereavement.

Joey on I'm a Celebrity . . .

Don’t Miss

Arena: Screen Goddesses, 8.00pm, BBC Four

Here’s another chance to see this excellent documentary focusing on the female stars of the Hollywood studio era, from its beginnings around 1910 through to its collapse in the early 1960s.

Screen icons chronologically recalled include Theda Bara, Lillian Gish, Clara Bow, Louise Brooks, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Rita Hayworth, Ava Gardner, Elizabeth Taylor (below) and Marilyn Monroe.

New or Returning Shows

Supervet, 8.00pm, Channel 4

After last week’s special about Noel Fitzpatrick treating his own dog, the new run of Supervet takes for real tonight.

Noel treats nine-month-old cockapoo Betsy, whose owners Sophie and Dan are concerned about a dragging front paw caused by nerve damage, to see if there are surgical options.

But when Betsy develops gangrene, she has to have her paw amputated.

In order to salvage the rest of her limb, Noel must replace her amputated foot with a skeletally-anchored implant called a PerFiTS (Percutaneous Fixation to the Skeleton).

Liverpool Narcos, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries

Streaming on NOW TV

In the 1980s, Liverpool became the epicentre of a drugs boom that was to change Britain.

The waves of heroin that began to spread through the city like a plague didn’t just offer new opportunities for the underworld – they changed everything above and below the ground, turning lives and communities upside down.

The first episode of this three-parter focuses on the story of how a small group of criminals and underclass characters seized a new opportunity to flood Liverpool and turn themselves into multi-millionaires.

As drugs went mainstream and dealing became a multi-billion pound business, the stage was set for the pioneers of a new global trade that would ravage the city for decades to come.

Sliced, 10.00pm, Dave

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It’s season two of the sitcom about two friends and fellow pizza delivery drivers Joshua and Ricky in south London, who just want to make some money, move out of their family homes and meet some women.

As we reunited with the lads, Joshua is trying to patch things up with Naomi, but unfortunately for him, it may be too late as Naomi has a new boyfriend.

Meanwhile, Ricky gets mugged.

New to Stream

Summertime: Season 2, Netflix

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More sand-sational Italian Riviera fun and games.

It's summer again and while many relationships have changed in the past year, these friends are realizing some attractions are impossible to resist.

Dancing Queens, Netflix

The story centres around Dylan Pettersson (Molly Nutley), a 23-year-old girl from a small island in the Swedish archipelago with big dancing aspirations.

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When she's talked into cleaning at the struggling drag club Queens, the club's star dancer and choreographer (Fredrik Quinones) accidentally discovers Dylan's talent.

She desperately wants to be a part of the show, but she's a girl - and it's a drag show. However, where there's a will, there's a way.

Modus Season 2, RTÉ Player

If you missed its run on RTÉ2, here's the season 2 box set of this Swedish crime drama starring Melinda Kinnaman, Henrik Norlén and former Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall.

The series follows psychologist IngeTr Johanne Vik as she attempts to catch criminals for the police.

Ending Tonight

The Road to Partition, 9.00pm, BBC One

On June 22, 1921, King George V and Queen Mary arrived in Belfast for the official opening of the first parliament of Northern Ireland.

The King's visit to Belfast was the culmination of three centuries of history. This concluding film examines how political tensions and outbreaks of sectarian violence threatened to de-stabilise the new Northern Irish state.

Intruder, 9.30pm, Virgin Media One

The thriller, starring Elaine Cassidy, Tom Meeten and Sally Lindsay, comes to its conclusion.

Rebecca decides that she and Sam must plan for a speedy escape should the police investigation heat up anymore.

Bailey is on the cusp of getting the ‘smoking gun’ she needs but the apathy of her bosses means she will have to confront the evil alone.

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