Tonight we have a varied line-up of TV to tempt you onto the sofa. ITV has a novel way of raising awareness of men's cancers, while BBC Two has a special one-off from The Science Museum.
Sky Atlantic, meanwhile, is home to another glossy drama, this one set in the French Riviera.
The Real Full Monty
Twenty years after the iconic film was released, a group of celebrities re-enact the famous dance routine in order to raise awareness of men's cancers.
'Pointless' host Alexander Armstrong is one of those taking part, alongside Dom Littlewood, Wayne Sleep, Danny John-Jules (Cat from 'Red Dwarf'), Harry Judd from McFly, Elliot Wright from 'TOWIE' and swimmer Mark Foster.
Will they shed all in the name of awareness? Here's hoping their naked ambition shines through.
Britain's Greatest Invention
8:30pm, BBC Two
Hannah Fry and Ant Anstead run down a list of the greatest British inventions.
Which will top the list? Contenders include antibiotics, concrete, the fridge, the jet engine, the mobile phone, the steam engine and television.
Each item will be championed by a different celebrity in a bid to propel them to the number one slot. Our choice? Why TV, naturally.
9pm, Sky Atlantic
Sky's latest glossy drama starts tonight. It stars Julia Stiles as the widow of a multimillionaire who dies when his yacht explodes (surely one of the most common causes of death among multimillionaires?).
As she pieces together the events leading up to her husband's death, she discovers that maybe he wasn't the man he appeared to be...