Set in the near future, the six-part series follows top crime fighting duo John Major (Daniel Mays) and Roy Carver (Stephen Graham) as they carry out undercover stings.
When one fatal operation goes wrong, John Major is shot dead and then brought back to life in an artificial intelligence project, losing his valued crime-fighting instincts in the process.
Code 404 is written by Danny Peak (Not Going Out) and produced by Water & Power Productions and Kudos.
Brexit: The Uncivil War
Monday: Channel 4, 9.00pm
Created by James Graham (A Brilliant Young Mind), Brexit: The Uncivil War explores the inside story behind one of the most divisive campaigns in British politics, Vote Leave.
Take That: We’ve Come a Long Way
BBC One, 7.00pm
A one-off documentary that commemorates 30 years of one of the country’s longest-running boy bands, Take That.
The Queen and I
Sky One, 6.00pm
A comedic dramatisation of the novel by Sue Townsend, The Queen and I is set in the early 1990s and imagines Britain as a republican state.
Set in the UK’s Government Communications Headquarters, David Schwimmer will play a power-hungry NSA agent who teams up with an incompetent computer analyst (Nick Mohammed).
The pair, along with a newly formed team, will deal with the daily hassles of working in an office, handling bothersome colleagues and trying to tackle cybercrime.
The six-part series is based in Cheltenham and is co-produced by Expectation and Dark Harbor Stories.
Monday: BBC Two, 9.00pm
A one-off dramatic reconstruction of the kidnapping of a young woman from the streets of London.
Ana (Anca Dumitra) is abducted by a Romanian crime gang and trafficked to Ireland to be forced to become a sex slave.
Following the departures of host Matt LeBlanc and co-presenter Rory Reid after the next series, McGuinness and Flintoff will join Chris Harris in a new all-British line-up of Top Gear.
Sabine Schmitz will remain in the Top Gear family with Reid continuing to host Top Gear spin-off Extra Gear on BBC Two.
The announcement took place near the River Thames in London as a photocall, as the new line-up was joined by the real stars of the show: a blue Porsche 911 GT2RS and a red Aston Martin DSB Superleggera.
Created by Peep Show writer Simon Blackwell, comedian Chris Addison and Martin Freeman (Sherlock), Breeders will explore the complex feelings of parenting and the paradox of the love and hatred parents feel towards their children.
Co-creator Freeman (Sherlock) will also star in the sitcom as a doting father who discovers he is not the man he thought he was.
Produced by Tiger Aspect, Hitmen (working title) will be a six-part original comedy that tells the story of contract killers Jamie (Mel Giedroyc) and Fran (Sue Perkins). The duo are not your average assassins, however, nor the most professional, as the pair botch up assassinations and work from a scruffy van. Their incompetence sees the pair thrown into ridiculous adventures, testing their friendship along the way.