This week in TV sees a return to the dystopian nightmare of Gilead, an unhappy marriage that faces the pressures of lockdown and the birth of an aerobics sensation.
The Great British Sewing Bee
BBC One, 9pm
Weeks of turning metres of fabric into stunning creations have finally culminated in the final of The Great British Sewing Bee.
Judged by renowned fashion designer Esme Young and Savile Row tailor and designer Patrick Grant and hosted by comedian Joe Lycett, three contestants are left to battle it out for the trophy.
Those three sewers are Raph, a 34-year-old textile artist from London, Rebecca, a 23-year-old customer assistant from Scunthorpe, and Serena, a 21-year-old medical student from Edinburgh.
BBC Two, 9pm
Lockdown was not easy for anyone to get through, but being stuck indoors with someone you hate is a recipe for disaster.
In Together, a couple start to re-evaluate their lives and relationship during lockdown, with their marriage only being held together by their 10-year-old son Artie (Samuel Logan) until lockdown hits.
She (Sharon Horgan) is a charity worker and daughter of an old socialist mother, and he (James McAvoy) is a self-made man who runs his own boutique computing consultancy but has been forced to furlough his staff and has started growing vegetables.
A prequel to Z Nation and set in the same universe, Black Summer explores the darkest days at the beginning of the zombie apocalypse.
Series one saw Rose (Jamie King) band together with a group of survivors to reunite with her daughter and reach an evacuation point in a bid to get somewhere safe.
Series two sees the continuing battle for survival, this time involving dangerous militias, heartless scavengers, the bitter winter and, of course, more zombies.
Justin Chu Cary will return as criminal Spears, Christine Lee returns as Sun, a Korean woman in search of her missing mother, and Kelsey Flower returns as Lance, a survivor with no family.
A dark comedy set in 1980s San Diego, Physical follows Sheila (Rose Byrne), a quietly tortured and seemingly dutiful housewife who rediscovers her zest for life when she enters the world of aerobics.
Sheila finds herself reinventing herself as a lifestyle guru and starts making exercise tapes, which give her newfound confidence and a feeling of empowerment.
Sheila struggles to balance her success with her home life, personal demons and ambitious husband who is making a bid for state assembly.
The Handmaid’s Tale
Channel 4, 9pm
Initially based on the novel by Margaret Atwood, the series tells the story of life in the totalitarian society called Gilead, which was once the United States.
Series four of the dystopian drama reveals that June (Elizabeth Moss) is alive after being shot by a Guardian in the series three cliffhanger.
An injured June takes refuge with fellow fugitive Handmaids at a farm and begins to plan her fight back against Gilead.
June’s desire for justice and revenge threatens to consume her and take over everything, threatening her relationships with those she loves most.