This week's top television includes sinister new sci-fi drama Dark on Netflix, a documentary series exploring job seeking with a disability, a festive consumer series with Phillip Schofield, and the return of comedy series Live at the Apollo.
Food: Paul Hollywood: A Baker's Life
8pm, Channel 4
Great British Bake Off fans, rejoice! The GBBO team are already back on your screens in a new four-part series full of baking treats, never-before-seen footage and behind-the-scenes access to the latest series of the much-loved baking show.
Paul Hollywood delves into his personal cookbook in this original food series, taking a look at the man behind the tan, including his first screen test for the baking show in 2010.
Past favourites Selasi and Val return to the Bake Off tent, this time taking a turn in the judging seat as they set Hollywood his very own baking task, while presenters Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig show off their decorating skills.
Documentary: Employable Me
9pm, BBC Two
This second series of Employable Me follows eight unemployed individuals with disabilities as they try and carve out their careers. The first episode follows Ryan, who would love to find a job working with animals but his Tourette's syndrome often leads to embarrassing outbursts and ticks, such as slapping himself in the face and whistling at random.
With a million disabled people looking for jobs in the UK, the revealing series examines the difficulties facing job seekers and the obstacles they come across to prove themselves in jobs they are more than capable of succeeding in.
Factual: How To Spend It Well At Christmas
The new consumer series provides the ultimate shopping guide for the festive season, helping viewers find the best food to serve up on Christmas Day and how to get the perfect gifts for everyone in the family.
Host Phillip Schofield is joined by shopping experts, celebrity friends and everyday Christmas shoppers to test out this year's best products on the market as they search for the highest quality gifts for the best value for money.
Comedy: Live at the Apollo
10pm, BBC Two
Sara Pascoe leads the evening's comedy in the new series of Live at the Apollo, filmed in front of a live audience at the Hammersmith Apollo in London.
Host Pascoe introduces newcomer Larry Dean to the stage, and Gary Delaney delivers his dark one-line comedy to the crowd for the 13th series of the award-winning comedy series.
Available from midnight, Netflix
Just as everyone has finished binge watching sci-fi drama Stranger Things 2, Netflix delivers another original supernatural series to keep you up at night.
Set in a small German town, Dark centres on the disappearance of a young boy that sends the community into turmoil. With the mystery seemingly pointing towards the nearby nuclear plant, time is put into question as four families try to solve the mystery that spans across three generations.