This week football legend Paul Merson provides emotional insight into living with a gambling addiction, murderous couple Joe and Love are back in series three of You and more famous faces discover the secrets of their ancestors in Who Do You Think You Are?
Paul Merson: Football, Gambling and Me
BBC One, 9pm
The one-off documentary follows former Arsenal and England legend Paul Merson as he opens up about his former gambling addiction.
Over the past 30 years Merson gambled away his fortune and he is not alone in his gambling addiction, with many fans battling with the same problem.
Told in a first-person account, Merson explores why his gambling addiction has haunted him for so long and what the relationship is between football and gambling.
Merson aims to understand his triggers by undergoing therapy and talking to psychologists and scientists who have new theories about the science behind addiction.
With advertising and sponsorships by betting firms in football exploding, Merson worries that a generation of young Brits are at risk of going down the same dangerous path he went down.
Who Do You Think You Are?
BBC One, 9pm
The genealogy docu-series is back again, following celebrities trace their family trees and uncover secrets about their ancestors.
This series includes famous faces such as actress Dame Judi Dench, YouTube star Joe Sugg, comedian Josh Widdicombe, politician Ed Balls, singer Pixie Lott and presenter Alex Scott.
Widdicombe discovers that he is descended from royalty, while Lycett learns about his family’s dark past.
Balls explores the life of his ancestors who lived through the agricultural depression in the 1820s and Lott discovers the harrowing experiences of her great grandfather in World War I.
Channel 4, 10pm
Comedians Tom Allen, Jessica Knappett and Munya Chawawa are coming together to form a complaints committee of viewers who have a lot to say about the TV shows that have got the nation talking during the week.
They will tackle all kinds of shows from daytime TV, to documentaries, children’s shows to politics.
Each week the trio will be joined by a guest from the world of telly and together they will discuss the week’s television complaints.
The show will include sketches, stunts and studio discussions, and the group will decide if the viewer’s complaints should be upheld or rejected.
Joe (Penn Badgley) is back, but things are different now, he is married to Love (Victoria Pedretti), raising a baby and living in tranquil Northern California, surrounded by pretentious tech entrepreneurs, judgmental mummy bloggers and Insta-famous biohackers.
Joe now has to commit to the role of husband and father, but fears Love’s lethal tendencies and violent impulsiveness.
The final scene of series two saw Joe fixate on his new neighbour, staring at her through his garden fence.
I Know What You Did Last Summer
A modern take on the original novel and 1997 film, the teen horror series follows a group of teenagers who are being hunted by a mysterious killer a year after a fatal accident on their graduation night.
The series will star Madison Iseman, Bill Heck, Brianne Tju, Ezekiel Goodman, Ashley Moore, Sebastian Amoruso, Fiona Rene, Cassie Beck, and Brooke Bloom.
Everyone has their own secrets they are trying to hide, but they are on the brink of being exposed.
The unknown killer seems to know the darkest parts of themselves and is using it against them.