Ansel Elgort stars in new crime drama Tokyo Vice, Tim Burton directs an Addams Family spin-off and Ant and Dec host the I'm A Celeb... coronation.
David Baddiel: Jews Don’t Count
Channel 4, 9pm
Comedian David Baddiel, author of the eye-opening book Jews Don’t Count, explores the modern-day rise of anti-semitism in this one-off special documentary. In Baddiel’s opinion, anti-Semitism is often seen as a lesser form of racism.
Baddiel speaks to famous contributors including David Schwimmer, Stephen Fry, Sarah Silverman and Miriam Margolyes, to ask why the progressive left doesn’t appear to see it as a form of discrimination.
BBC One, 9.10pm
Baby Driver's Ansel Elgort stars as American journalist Jake Adelstein, whose memoirs of his time as the first foreigner to work on a major Japanese newspaper have been turned into a neon-noir by creator J.T. Rogers.
When Jake teams up with the police department, he soon discovers a world of organised crime, corruption and deceit. And NB: action maestro Michael Mann directed this first episode.
Gothic aesthete Tim Burton is the perfect fit for this Addams Family spin-off. Jenna Ortega stars as the titular Wednesday Addams, the spooky family's only daughter and so-called because, as the saying and title of the first episode goes, "Wednesday's child is full of woe."
We follow Wednesday as she is sent to boarding school after being expelled from high school for unleashing piranhas on a swimming pool full of jocks. There she attempts to master her emerging psychic powers and solve the mystery that embroiled her parents.
Brian Cox: How the Other Half Live
Channel 5, 9pm
Having grown up the youngest of five, destitute in Dundee following the death of his father, Brian Cox describes his relationship with money as a ‘personal demon’.
In this second part of his highly rated docuseries, the actor, who plays Succession’s billionaire media magnate, heads to his adopted home of America to find out whether the American dream - work hard enough and you’re guaranteed to be a success – is fact or pure fiction.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
After three weeks of bushtucker trials and tribulations, the celebrities have probably eaten enough camel penis and had enough cockroaches extracted from their ears to prove themselves to the public.
Now it's time for Ant and Dec to crown this year's King or Queen of the Jungle.