On TV tonight, The Repair Shop helps former West Ham goalkeeper, Peter Grotier, Welcome to Wrexham returns to take us behind the scenes with Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney on their second season as Wrexham AFC owners, newsroom drama The Morning Show returns to Apple TV Plus, and the drama's coming thick and fast in Domina's second seaosn. Here's what you shouldn't miss on TV Tonight.
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Best TV shows on TV tonight
Series one followed non-league Wrexham AFC under the new ownership of Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney. Having snatched defeat from the jaws of victory by losing the FA Trophy final and a playoff semi-final, it’s crunch time for the Red Dragons as the 2022-23 season opens. This series again shines a spotlight on the whole community, from autistic superfan Millie Tipping to prison officer and women’s team star striker Rosie Hughes. This week, royalty of a different kind arrives at the Racecourse Ground as King Charles and Queen Camilla pay a visit. Will Rob and Ryan’s etiquette be up to scratch?
The Repair Shop, 8 pm
Playing against Pelé is quite a claim to fame in the world of football and lining up against the great man as a teenager for West Ham was the highlight of Peter Grotier’s career as a journeyman goalkeeper. The autographed programme from that memorable night is, understandably, one of Peter’s most prized possessions and he’s desperate to hand it down to his grandson as a family heirloom, yet a series of house moves mean it’s now more fragile than a pub team’s defence. Paintings and paper conservator Angelina Bakalarou believes she can save the day, but watching her work is quite nerve-racking!
Changes are afoot for brilliant broadcasters Bradley (Reese Witherspoon) and Alex (Jennifer Aniston) in the third run of the award-winning newsroom drama. While the duo have expanded their remit at the UBA network, they’re still feeling restricted and are keen to have more power. But scheming exec Cory (Billy Crudup) is more occupied with trying to shore up the channel’s fortunes by securing a lucrative deal with tech billionaire Paul Marks (Jon Hamm), who is about to launch a new space rocket, on which Alex is due to join the maiden voyage... Also look out for Stephen Fry as a UBA board member. Two episodes are available today, then the series will air weekly.
Domina season 2, from 9 pm, Sky Atlantic/NOW
This was billed as Game of Thrones in Ancient Rome when it first hit our screens in 2021’s first instalment – and things really hot up in this second series. After clawing her way to the top as the brains behind her husband, Rome’s first Emperor, Augustus (Matthew McNulty), Livia Drusilla (Kasia Smutniak) now finds herself in a desperate struggle to hold on to power. The city is in the grip of famine and on the brink of rebellion, yet plots are also being hatched within her own family
in tonight’s intriguing opener.
Best box set on TV tonight
Ashley Walters and Kano return as Dushane and Sully, with the action in this final series of the British gangland drama picking up shortly after Sully shot Jamie at the end of the last season, so there’s a huge fallout. Everything they’ve built comes under threat from forces outside and within their empire. Top Irish actors Barry Keoghan and Brian Gleeson join the cast as new characters Jonny and Tadgh.
Best film on TV tonight
Meet the Fockers, 9 pm, 5Star
A hapless groom-to-be appears to have finally won the approval of his stern prospective in-laws, but faces a new challenge when he takes them on a vacation to Florida to meet his free-spirited sex therapist mother and eccentric house-husband father. The tension rapidly mounts as the mismatched families struggle to get along. Comedy sequel, starring Ben Stiller, Robert De Niro, Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand.
EastEnders, 7.30 pm, BBC One
Emmerdale, 7.30 pm, ITV1
Coronation Street, 8 pm, ITV1
Hollyoaks, 6.30 pm, Channel 4
Home and Away, 6 pm, 5Star
One-Day International Cricket: England v New Zealand, 12 pm, Sky Sports Main Event/NOW
ITV Racing coverage of the Arc Racing League, 5.30 pm, ITV4
If you watch just one thing on TV tonight…
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