Ten Percent - the English language version of Call My Agent! - arrives, contestants are falling like skittles on Special Forces - Ultimate Hell Week, and a Channel 4 doc wonders: Where Have All the Lesbians Gone?

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Ten Percent, Amazon Prime Video

Fans of the excellent Netflix series Call My Agent! will be keen to see how this shapes up.

The dramedy from BAFTA winner John Morton, is inspired by the acclaimed series, known in its native France as Dix Pour Cent.

Ten Percent retains the essence of the Gallic original but is relocated to a London talent agency and incorporates Morton’s sensibility while introducing new storylines.

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Jack Davenport, Lydia Leonard, Maggie Steed, Prasanna Puwanarajah, Hiftu Quasem, Fola Evans-Akingbola, Rebecca Humphries, Harry Trevaldwyn and Jim Broadbent star as agents who scramble to keep their A-list clients happy and business afloat after the sudden death of their founder.

The cast also includes Emma Corrin, Himesh Patel, David Harewood, and Clemence Poesy, who join the impressive roll-call of celebrity cameos which include Helena Bonham Carter, Olivia Williams, David Oyelowo, Jessica Oyelowo, Dominic West, Phoebe Dynevor and Kelly MacDonald.

Don’t Miss

Super Garden, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Kathleen Barrett (above) from Limerick designs a garden for the Majzel family, who want a garden with social area for relaxing and a dedicated area for their eight-year-old son Jacob.

Kathleen has two weeks to design and three weeks to build a garden that will give the Majzels what they're looking for, as well as impressing the judges.

Chivalry, 9.00pm, Channel 4

This dramedy about how women are treated in post #MeToo Tinseltown - written by and starring Steve Coogan and Sarah Solemani – got off to a really strong start last week. (Catch up available.)

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This week, Bobby, Cameron and Rick work on the film edit, and Bobby and Cameron realise they may have more in common than they imagined

Jean convinces Bobby and Cameron that they must fight to save the marketing budget for the film.

On the lot, Cameron has a run-in with an important person from his past, while Bobby is forced to confront hers.

Special Forces - Ultimate Hell Week, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

As regular show-watchers will know, this is no place for the faint-hearted. It’s tough.

This week’s episode shows just how tough, as we’re just hours into the course and already three of the 28 recruits have been eliminated.

The next phase sees the recruits pushed to their absolute limits with back-to-back events.

Mr Blandings Builds His Dream House, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Here's a classic 1946 comedy, starring Cary Grant, Myrna Loy, Melvyn Douglas and Reginald Denny. In 1986 it was remade as The Money Pit.

Grant and Loy star as a city couple who set out to build a dream home for themselves in the wilds of rural Connecticut.

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They discover they have bitten off more than they can chew thanks to a host of legal problems and an apparently endless stream of cowboy workmen and high-priced materials.

They discover they have bitten off more than they can chew thanks to a host of legal problems and an apparently endless stream of cowboy workmen and high-priced materials.

New or Returning Shows

Where Have All the Lesbians Gone? 10.30pm, Channel 4

Intimate and revealing interviews address what it means to be a lesbian in the UK today and why some gay women feel as if they are being erased from popular culture and social history.

Lesbian director Brigid McFall works with lesbian photographer Vic Lentaigne to create a series of portraits of women and queer people to answer the show title's question.

Intercut with all the pop cultural packaging that lesbians get - from Brookside's infamous kiss to the 1968 film The Killing of Sister George - the interviewees include a Mancunian poet, a Yorkshire dental nurse, a Geordie great-grandmother and comics Rosie Jones (above, left) and Jen Brister.

Rebuilding Notre Dame: The Next Chapter, 8.00pm, BBC Two

Three years after Notre Dame’s devastating fire, Lucy Worsley is given access to the cathedral in Paris at at a critical point.

The work to rebuild and restore the iconic and much-loved building is being ramped up in a bid to meet the ambitious deadline to reopen it to the public in 2024.

Lucy meets scientists, historians and craftspeople working to return the 850-year-old Gothic masterpiece to its former glory.

The fire coated Notre-Dame with tons of toxic lead dust, so specialists are now decontaminating the site.

Rob & Romesh vs Strongman, 9.00pm, Sky Max

Streaming on NOW

The BAFTA-nominated show return for a fourth season.

This time around, Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan (below) are taking on the worlds of strongman competitions, the West End and restaurant management.

For the first episode, the lads will be witnessing insane strength up close as they take on the world of Strongman.

On their journey they head to Iceland to train with former champion Magnus Ver Magnusson.

All with the aim of competing one on one at the Arnold Sports Festival to find out which of the two is the strongest.

New to Stream

Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles, Netflix

An impulsive, samurai-wannabe rabbit and his new warrior friends join forces to protect their city from monsters, ninjas, gang members and evil aliens.

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Ending Today

A League of Their Own Road Trip: Dingle to Dover, 10.00pm, Sky Max

Streaming on NOW

For the final part of their latest road trip, the boys will test their snooker training with a match at the world-famous UK heritage site, Blenheim Palace.

Freddie and Jamie will then head to London to meet their new partners, Spice Girl megastar Mel B and comedian/TV presenter Tom Allen (below).

Here, they'll face their final challenge, acting in one of the West End's most successful shows, Only Fools and Horses The Musical.

Based on the legendary TV show, the star of the musical, comedy royalty Paul Whitehouse will judge their acting ability.

The road trip reached its final stop where either Freddie or Jamie will take on the dreaded forfeit - a helicopter ride with a twist over Dover’s famous white cliffs.

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