Penny Dreadful: City of Angels
9pm, Sky Atlantic
This 30s spinoff to the supernatural thriller sequence Penny Dreadful sees Nathan Lane and Daniel Zovatto engage in a pair of Los Angeles detectives investigating a murder in a city nonetheless coming to conditions with its Mexican-American id. With the creator, John Logan, getting his cues from Mexican folklore, Zovatto performs the city’s 1st Chicano detective, who, alongside with Lane, comes throughout the powerful and possibly condition-shifting Magda (Natalie Dormer) in this opener. Ammar Kalia
George Clarke’s Incredible Spaces
9pm, Channel 4
This week’s celebration of tiny-scale builds is more tiny as Suffolk-dependent pair Will and Lauren go about constructing a den for their toddler. At the other end of the scale is a gigantic decommissioned jet airplane, one particular section of which Steve programs to transform into a caravan. Ellen E Jones
The Railway 24/seven
9pm, Channel 5
The documentary sequence that rides the rails with the workers and management of TransPennine Convey carries on. A fatality on the major line concerning Leeds and Manchester brings about tragedy and head aches but at minimum the graffiti-cleaning crews seem to be joyful in their work: “It’s like the Karate Child … wax on, wax off.” Graeme Advantage
The Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men
9pm, Sky Documentaries
This excellent retrospective concludes with an exploration of the Wu-Tang Clan’s afterwards many years. By the transform of the century, the collective experienced splintered. What followed ranged from amazing solo careers (Ghostface Killah) to tragedy (Ol’ Filthy Bastard). Phil Harrison
Welcome to Chechnya: The Gay Purge
9pm, BBC 4
The investigative reporter David France provides this very important still harrowing element-length Storyville documentary on the state-sanctioned purging of gay communities in Russia-governed Chechnya. France paints a heart-thumping picture of needed escape for people influenced. AK
F*ck Which is Delectable
Foul-mouthed gourmand-cum-rapper Motion Bronson is back for the fourth season of his travelling food items present. This week, Bronson is in London, tantalising viewers with a reminder of lifetime pre-lockdown by sampling Turkish doner at Mangal two in Dalston and scorching bone marrow at Black Axe Mangal in Highbury. AK
Alien: Covenant (Ridley Scott, 2017), 9pm, Film 4
The crew of the labyrinthine spaceship Covenant – alongside with the enigmatic android Walter (Michael Fassbender) – are awoken from cryosleep, alter course for a strange world, uncover a crashed alien craft, go poking around – and we all know where by that leads. Ridley Scott pilots his Prometheus prequel-sequel practically back to the initial Alien – a tiny familiar, but nonetheless screaming silently, terrifyingly in room. Paul Howlett
Premier League football: Bournemouth vs Newcastle 5.30pm, Sky Sports activities Decide on. Free-to-air match from Dean Court.
Premier League football: Everton v Leicester City 5.30pm, Sky Sports activities Main Occasion. Top rated-flight clash at Goodison Park.
Premier League football: West Ham United v Chelsea 8pm, Sky Sports activities Main Occasion. Stay from the London Stadium.