Settle in for a new autumn crime drama as Martin Clunes returns to ITV tonight playing real-life detective Colin Sutton in Manhunt.
Those who've been enjoying Married At First Sight UK can get another hit of marital drama with catch-up show Don't Tell The Bride Revisited at E4.
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If you love Vigil, you won't want to miss Channel 5's documentary Submarine: Life Under the Waves, while BBC One's Panorama looks at the elite football system for coaching teen players to pro level - and what happens to those who get left behind.
Finally, Sky Atlantic's The White Lotus draws to a close featuring comeuppance and revenge for its tortured characters.
The best TV to watch on Monday, 20 September, 2021
Manhunt - 9pm, ITV
Martin Clunes returns to his acclaimed role as real-life detective Colin Sutton, whose memoirs he brought to the screen in the first series of Manhunt.
This time, he's telling the story of a true crime again - the infamous Night Stalker who burgled and raped older women in South London over a period of decades.
Where other investigations had failed, Sutton doggedly persevered in finding the truth, with the story playing out over four nights this week.
Don't Tell The Bride Revisited - 8pm, E4
There are no end of wedding reality shows on TV these days, but one of the original and best is still Don't Tell The Bride, with its simple but effective formula of filming one half of a couple planning a wedding that the other half is almost sure to hate.
In this new revisited series, we catch up with some of the most memorable couples to have taken part as they look back over their big day and reactions to it.
Submarine: Life Under the Waves - 9pm Channel 5
Vigil fans, there's no need to wait a whole week for your next underwater fix as this real-life programme about life aboard a submarine concludes with part two.
HMS Trenchant has been ordered to put a stop to Russian vessels making their way into British waters and the crew are bracing themselves for another tough stint under the sea.
Football's Broken Dreams - Panorama - 8.30pm, BBC One
It might be the dream of many a keen young player to become a professional footballer, but the reality of the process they go through to get there is far from a fairytale.
Panorama investigates the mental and emotional toll it can take on teen players and the shattered dreams it can leave in its wake for those who don't make the grade.
The White Lotus - 9pm, Sky Atlantic
The drama about a group of overprivileged, unhappy guests at a luxury Hawaiian resort concludes tonight with a suitably explosive storyline.
Each character gets their own loose ends tied up and there's also an act of revenge by the resort manager that will live long in the memory.
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