New series. A modern reimagining of the 70s drama following the lives of a couple through the ups and downs of their marriage. Starring Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac.
Made In Chelsea, 9pm, E4
The new series of the long-running reality show kicks off with a glamorous party, but it’s not long before drama ensues.
Bling, 2pm, ITV1
Daytime TV has been given a refresh with the help of Gok Wan and this new series, which sees him team up with experts to help members of the public transform their jewellery.
Portrait Artist Of The Year, 8pm, Sky Arts
New series. Stephen Mangan and Joan Bakewell are back to host this year’s contest. In the first episode, nine artists create portraits of famous faces in the hope of advancing to the next round.
Guilt, 10pm, BBC2
In the second series of the thriller, Max McCall is released from prison and tries to rebuild his life. Stars Mark Bonnar (Line Of Duty).
Complaints Welcome, 10pm, Channel 4
Comedians Tom Allen, Jessica Knappett and Munya Chawawa host a new series in which they, along with industry insiders, dissect the funniest and most shocking complaints from TV viewers.
Stand Up To Cancer 2021, 8pm, Channel 4
Celebrity guests join forces for this year’s fundraising event. In the first segment of the evening, Olivia Colman and Alan Carr compete against each other in a comedy sketch before Usain Bolt tackles some unusual challenges and Dermot Kennedy performs live.
COBRA, 9pm, Sky Max
Season 2 of the poltical drama sees PM Robert Sutherland steer the country on a more even course, while COBRA respon to a situation in Kent. Starring Robert Carlyle and Victoria Hamilton.
Madame Blanc Mysteries, 9pm, Channel 5
New comedy thriller created by Sally Lindsay. Antiques dealer Jean is left with nothing when she discovers her husband has mysteriously died on the way home from a trip to France and all their money has dissapeared, so she heads out to try and uncover the truth.
Later - With Jools Holland, 9.30pm, BBC2
Music icon Elton John joins Jools this week to discuss his new album and collaborations with Dua Lipa, Stevie Wonder and more.
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The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet, 8pm, BBC1
Dermot O'Leary and Clara Amfo present this special awards ceremony that celebrates environmental projects, with the prize being funding to help them achieve their goals within the next decade. Guests include David Attenborough and popstars Ed Sheeran and Coldplay.