As you work through your third tin of Christmas chocolates, get stuck into some gripping drama or some tempting food programmes.
BBC Four, 9pm
In this thrilling Norwegian drama, homicide detective William Wisting (Sven Nordin) wrestles with the most disturbing case of his career: an American serial killer at loose in the Norwegian town of Larvik, preying on young blonde women and keeping them captive in wells.
Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix) plays FBI agent Maggie Griffin, who has been brought in to finally capture the infamous killer at large.
The stakes of Wisting’s case intensify dramatically when his daughter, an intrepid journalist, follows a story that leads her right in the serial killer’s path.
Jamie and Jimmy’s Festive Treat
Channel 4, 1:20pm
Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty are joined by Rocketman star Taron Egerton as they prepare a Christmas feast in Southend.
Egerton attempts to pull off his mum’s special recipe for “the world’s best trifle” alongside cooking his first ever Christmas dinner. Meanwhile, Jamie and Jimmy try working at a free-range turkey farm.
The Many Faces of Michael Caine
BBC Two, 6:50pm
This documentary follows one of the most famous names in British film history, Michael Caine, focussing on his illustrious acting career after the age of 35.
With clips from the classic film The Italian Job, as well as those from Zulu, Harry Brown and Educating Rita, the documentary reveals the breadth of Caine’s talent and how he came to be a guarantor for box-office success.
The Hit Lit
BBC One, 7:45pm
Marvin and Rochelle Humes host this celebrity music quiz, where the famous contenders will be tested on their pop knowledge.
Three celebrities who are expected to thrive are radio DJ’s Scott Mills, Melvin Odoom and Vick Hope. Joining them will be Sky Sports football pundit Chris Kamara and Scottish comedian Susan Calman.