Lots of new series start this week including the third installment of Fargo andseason 5 of House of Cards, plus there's a Question Time election special with Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn.
BBC Two, 8pm
Springwatch returns for another series with Martin Hughes-Games, Michaela Strachan, Chris Packham and Gillian Burke.
They're at a new location this year, the National Trust's Sherborne Estate, based in the heart of the Cotswolds. Here they'll gain insight into the daily lives of the animals that live and breed there.
House of Cards
Netflix, from midnight
Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) returns for the anticipated fifth season of House of Cards. Underwood is currently at war with protestors, his opponents and the press as another election campaign looms.
Channel 4, 10pm
Fargo returns for a third series with Ewan McGregor playing a double role. He plays Emmit Stussy, a self-made parking lot 'king', who prides himself on being a success story.
McGregor also plays Emmit's younger pot-bellied brother Ray, who resents his sibling, and the first episode plays on their sibling rivalry which ends in chaos.
Catching a Killer
Channel 4, 9pm
In May last year, mother of three Natalie Hemming disappeared without a trace. Within 48 hours this became one of the biggest missing persons cases Thames Valley police has ever witnessed.
This Channel 4 documentary follows the police investigation hour-by-hour as they try to work out if Natalie is alive or dead, and has extraordinary access to Natalie's friends and family as they struggle to deal with what's happening around them.
Question Time: Leaders Special
BBC One, 8.30pm
Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will be quizzed and questioned by David Dimbleby in a special edition of Question Time.
The leaders won't be debating each other directly, but they will be taking concerns and questions from the audience separately.
Britain's Got Talent: Live Final
The eleventh series of Britain’s Got Talent comes to a close tonight.
The series has showcased the best talent on offer, and now the final acts, including DNA and Kyle Tomlinson, go head-to-head to be crowned the winner. The champion or champions will secure a life-changing cash prize of £250,000 and a spot at this year’s Royal Variety Performance.
One Love Manchester
BBC One, 6:55pm
Ariana Grande leads the concert organised to help fundraise for those affected by the Manchester bomb attack.
Other performers include Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Take That.