Tonight's picks include stylish HBO drama We Are Who We Are, medical drama New Amsterdam returns for a new run, Aisling Bea’s This Way Up continues, and the new Turner & Hooch lands on Disney+ . . .

Pick of the Day

We Are Who We Are, 11.45pm, RTÉ2

Season 1 streams on RTÉ Player following the transmission of the opening episode

This looks the business. And despite it being available on the RTÉ Player, I cannot understand why it’s being broadcast in the midnight slot.

Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino’s intimate TV debut for HBO is a coming-of-age saga.

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It stars Jack Dylan Grazer, Chloë Sevigny, Alice Braga, Francesca Scorsese and tells a story about two American kids who live on a US military base in Italy, and explores friendship, first-love, identity, and immerses the audience in all the messy stuff about being a teenager.

It’s a story which could happen anywhere in the world - but in this case, it happens in this little slice of America in Italy.

Don’t Miss

This Way Up, 10.00pm, Channel 4

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Aisling Bea’s dramedy continues.

Aine and Richard try to move their relationship forward in the bedroom but things get a little awkward as they try to hide what they are doing from his housekeeper Marcia.

Meanwhile, Shona attempts to regain her friendly working relationship with Charlotte, and goes shopping for wedding dresses - with mammy offering advice over the phone.

Uprising, 9.00pm, BBC One

The second part of Steve McQueen’s trilogy tells the story of the aftermath of the New Cross fire and the run-up to the Black People's Day of Action.

As news spread about the fire at 439 New Cross Road, the scale of the tragedy overwhelmed the community.

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Amid uncertainty about whether the fire had been caused by a racist firebomb attack, anger mounted at the police investigation and the seeming indifference of the press and the government to the loss of so many black lives.

The Black People's Day of Action, a mass demonstration, was organised to bring the tragedy to the attention of the nation.

Creed II, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

This is the eighth instalment of the Rocky franchise, starring Michael B Jordan, Sylvester Stallone and Tessa Thompson.

At this stage, Rocky fans will know what to expect. Especially as they’ve all seen this film already.

Still, it’ll pleasantly fill out the evening for even those who haven’t clue who Rocky is, or was.

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Anyway. The story.

Under the guidance of boxing legend Rocky Balboa, newly crowned heavyweight champion Adonis Creed faces off against Viktor, the son of Ivan Drago, whom his mentor fought in the 1980s.

New or Returning Shows

New Amsterdam, 9.00pm, Sky Witness

Streaming on NOW TV

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As Season 3 begins, the charming and brilliant Dr Max Goodwin (Ryan Eggold) - New Amsterdam Medical Centre’s newest medical director - sets out to tear up the bureaucracy and provide exceptional care.

Meanwhile, New Amsterdam is still reeling from the pandemic as a plane crash lands in the East River.

When investigators come to interrogate the flight crew, Iggy fights against the clock to help the pilot uncover the truth, as Max tracks down scarce medication after one of his own contracts COVID.

George Clarke's Remarkable Renovations, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Across Britain, more than 600,000 buildings lie unused and unloved, and nearly a third of them are commercial.

In this new series, architect George Clarke follows people as they attempt to breathe new life into these properties.

First up are Cornwall couple Richard and Sarah, who bought their former local high street bank for £50,000 and now face the challenge of converting the Victorian grade II-listed building into a unique family home.

New to Stream

Too Hot to Handle: Brazil, Netflix

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Ten sizzlin' Brazilians meet at a dreamy beach resort. But for a shot at R$500,000, they'll have to give up sex in this reality show.

Can't find a trailer with English subtitles, but it's probably better that you can't tell what they're saying:

Chernobyl 1986, Netflix

After reuniting with a lost love, firefighter Alexey retires to begin a new life - but the Chernobyl disaster suddenly plunges him back into danger.

Turner & Hooch, Disney+

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This new comedy series stars Josh Peck as Scott Turner, son of Detective Scott Turner portrayed by Tom Hanks in the 1989 film of the same name.

When an ambitious, buttoned-up US Marshal inherits a big unruly dog, he soon realizes the dog he didn’t want may be the partner he needs.

Behind the Attraction, Disney+

Disney offer a history lesson about some of its most famous theme park rides.

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This documentary explores how Imagineers filled the Haunted Mansion with 999 happy haunts, how the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror transformed into Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: BREAKOUT! and why Space Mountain took so long to launch.

From the 1950s to today, from Jungle Cruise to 'it’s a small world’ to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Disney Parks attractions have amazed millions.

And this is the story of how they did it.

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