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TV tonight: Kate Winslet stars in Mare of Easttown

Ammar Kalia, Ali Catterall, Hannah J Davies and Paul Howlett
·3-min read

Mare of Easttown

9pm, Sky Atlantic

Kate Winslet makes a remarkable transformation as the downtrodden Pennsylvanian detective Mare Sheehan in this gripping miniseries from the writer Brad Ingelsby. Coping with the fallout from an ongoing, unsolved missing person’s case, and her recent divorce following the suicide of her son, Sheehan is soon plunged into a fresh murder case that causes all eyes of her small home town to focus on her investigation. Meanwhile, new arrival to the town Richard Ryan (Guy Pearce), has his sights set on a romance with Mare. Ammar Kalia

Ackley Bridge

6pm, Channel 4

The return of the award-winning school drama set in a Yorkshire mill town. Kaneez’s Mancunian nephew Tahir joins year 11, and feathers are ruffled after Kayla and Fizza befriend new classmate Johnny. Elsewhere, Martin discovers he’s bitten off more than he can chew as acting head teacher. Ali Catterall

Superstore

7.30pm, ITV2

The slow-burning hit workplace sitcom starring America Ferrera reaches its final season. It is March 2020 and as Covid begins to hit Cloud 9, Amy (Ferrera) and Jonah (Ben Feldman) might have to postpone their move to California, while the rest of the staff try to keep the toilet rolls on the shelves. AK

Greta Thunberg: One Year to Save the Planet

9pm, BBC One

Greta Thunberg is perhaps the only teenager in the world regularly criticised by people many times her age. Even so, she is undeterred; the second episode of this series about her 2019 “gap year” sees her visit the World Economic Forum in Davos, and meet David Attenborough. Hannah J Davies

Different League: The Derry City Story

9pm, BBC Two

An emotional documentary about how Derry City, excluded from elite football for a decade due to sectarian violence, re-emerged to join the League of Ireland in 1985. Rarely has football’s ability to galvanise a troubled community been so rousingly demonstrated. Jack Seale

Lucy, The Human Chimp

9pm, Channel 4

Raised in 1960s US suburbia in an experiment conducted by psychologists from the University of Oklahoma, Lucy the chimpanzee was ultimately released at the age of 11. This film tells the story of the student, Janis Carter, who befriended Lucy and took her to west Africa in 1977. AK

Film choice

Billie Whitelaw and Gary Kemp Violet Kray and Ronnie, a violent Kray.
Billie Whitelaw and Gary Kemp Violet Kray and Ronnie, a violent Kray. Photograph: Richard Blanshard/Getty

The Krays (Peter Medak, 1990), 9pm, ITV4
Peter Medak’s honest account of the lives of the villainous twins Ron and Reg, who rose through a spot of GBH to murderous rule of the East End of London, then went up west and got into bother. Gary and Martin Kemp of Spandau Ballet make a surprisingly strong fist of playing the brothers, but it’s Billie Whitelaw who turns out toughest of all as their mum, Violet. Paul Howlett

Live sport

Cricket: Chennai Super Kings v Rajasthan Royals 2.50pm, Sky Sports Cricket. T20 IPL match from Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

Premier League football: Leeds United v Liverpool 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Live from Elland Road.

Snooker: the world championship 7pm, BBC Four. Day three evening session.