On a very busy night, there are Paralympic heroes on The Late Late, Destinys Child, the Everly Brothers, and new shows such as The Cleaner, The North Water and Paul Abbott's Wolfe . . .
Pick of the Day
The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One
Ireland's Paralympic heroes, Samantha Mumba, Joanne O’Riordan, Joanne McNally, Paul O’Connell, Hermitage Green, and Orla Gartland are among the guests for this week’s The Late Late Show.
Ireland's Paralympians Jason Smyth (above), Ellen Keane, Nicole Turner, Gary O'Reilly, Katie-George Dunlevy, and Eve McCrystal will be guests, along with sports journalist Joanne O'Riordan, to talk about their success, their homecoming, and their medals.
Singer Samantha Mumba will talk about raising her daughter in LA, why activism is important to her, the reality of life in the music business, living life on her own terms and her new role as a judge in Last Singer Standing, which is due to hit TV screens later this autumn.
Destiny’s Child: Live in Atlanta, 9.00pm, Sky Arts
Streaming on NOW TV
Recorded at the Atlanta Philips Arena in 2005, this live performance by Destinys Child (above) serves as a dazzling chronicle of the sensational three-piece’s final tour together.
Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams perform their hits such as Survivor, Say My Name, Lose My Breath among many others alongside killer solo performances by each member.
The Everly Brothers: Harmonies from Heaven, 10.00pm, BBC Four
This documentary is shown as a tribute to Don Everly, who died recently.
Don and Phil - arguably the greatest harmony singers of all time - began as childhood musicians, performing as Little Donnie and Baby Boy Phil on their father's radio shows in their native Iowa.
This documentary follows Don back to the place where their love for music was formed to recall the music that was omnipresent in their home, the influence of their parents, the early radio shows and the musicians they played with in their formative years.
Contributors include Art Garfunkel, Graham Nash, Dave Edmunds and Tim Rice.
Followed at 11pm by Arena: The Everly Brothers - Songs of Innocence and Experience, a classic Arena documentary from 1984.
New or Returning Shows
The Cleaner, 9.30pm, BBC One
Here’s a new comedy, written by and starring Greg Davies, with Helena Bonham Carter, Paul Chowdhry and Shobu Kapoor.
Crime scene cleaner Wicky heads to the suburbs to 'cleanse’ a particularly grizzly murder.
But he finds himself continually getting interrupted by people unexpectedly dropping in on the crime scene - including a mysterious, heavily-armed woman.
Wolfe, 9.00pm, Sky Max
Streaming on NOW TV
From Paul Abbott, the creator of great shows such as Shameless and No Offence comes a new crime dramedy starring Babou Ceesay.
He plays forensic pathologist professor Wolfe Kinteh – the North of England’s finest crime scene expert.
Wolfe runs the local university forensics department working hand-in-hand with the police to investigate crime scenes and pass on his laser-sharp insight to the next generation of crime fighters.
Half genius, half liability - he’s worth the hassle as he gets results.
In the opening episode, Wolfe and his team are called to a meat processing plant to find a grisly sight - a worker has been ripped to pieces by one of the deboning machines.
As the team literally piece together what happened, they uncover a web of connections that leave them questioning whether the incident was an accident at all.
The North Water, 9.30pm, BBC Two
Brand new drama, starring Jack O'Connell, Stephen Graham, Colin Farrell and Sam Spruell.
In Hull in 1859, cashiered Irish army surgeon Patrick Sumner boards the whaling ship Volunteer as its surgeon.
Hoping to escape the horrors of his past, he finds himself on an ill-fated journey to the arctic in the company of a murderous psychopath.
New to Stream
Bombshell, Sky Cinema & NOW TV
Charlize Theron and Margot Robbie give Oscar- nominated tour de force performances alongside Nicole Kidman and John Lithgow in this provocative true story.
It's about three whip-smart, ambitious, strong women who anchored one of America’s most powerful news networks - only to become headlines themselves when they risked everything to stand up to the man who made them famous.
Lucifer: The Final Season, Netflix
Tom Ellis returns in this series based on the DC Comics character created by Neil Gaiman, Sam Kieth, and Mike Dringenberg taken from the comic book series The Sandman.
As the show resumes, Lucifer scored the promotion, but does he really want the job?
Plus, Chloe prepares to give up detective work, Amenadiel joins the LAPD, and more.
This looks like a riveting watch.
A wilderness trip turns deadly when five bickering hikers are inexplicably pursued by an unseen - and unrelenting - hunter.
LuLaRich, Amazon Prime Video
This eccentric docuseries take viewers on a deep-dive into the ups and downs of the notorious multilevel-marketing company LuLaRoe, which is known for their over-the-top leggings.
The four-parter features explosive interviews with co-founders DeAnne and Mark Stidham, former employees, and ‘independent distributors’ who sought out a better life for their families- only to encounter what many allege was a full-blown pyramid scheme.