Headline-making documentary The Princes and the Press returns to BBC Two tonight with a look at the recent tumultuous years for the royals.
Sky Atlantic's Succession continues with a birthday bash for Kendall, yet another business opportunity for the scheming Roys.
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Super-tough quiz show Only Connect reaches its quarter-finals on BBC Two, while Stephen Merchant sitcom The Outlaws concludes tonight on BBC One.
Finally, Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen launches a new season of BBC Four series, Winter Walks.
The best things to watch on TV tonight, Monday 29 November, 2021
The Princes and the Press - BBC Two - 9pm
Part one of the royals documentary debuted last week and caused quite a stir, with Buckingham Palace issuing a rare response to what they said were inaccuracies in the programme.
In tonight's episode, it tracks the period from 2018 to 2021 which included the birth of Harry and Meghan's son Archie, their decision to step back from royal duties and move to the US, and both brothers heading out on royal tours.
Succession - Sky Atlantic - 9pm
Kendall is celebrating his birthday with a typically lavish party (and we're keeping our fingers crossed for a return to his attempts at rapping) but the Roys still aren't off duty.
Shiv and Roman use the occasion to try to arrange a meeting with a tech mogul who recently snubbed their father, Logan, in hopes of bolstering WayStar's support.
Only Connect - BBC Two - 8pm
The toughest quiz show on telly has now reached its quarter-finals, which means the difficulty level is about to step up a gear.
Victoria Coren Mitchell hosts the Apollos and the Animal Lovers in the first match of the round as they put their heads together to try to win a place in the semi-finals.
The Outlaws - BBC One - 9pm
Stephen Merchant's acclaimed community service sitcom reaches its final episode tonight with more hilarious scenes featuring its big star, Christopher Walken.
The community payback scheme crew try to reach some sense of closure on their many issues and also to avoid the clutches of the drugs gang looking to get their money back.
Winter Walks - BBC Four - 7.30pm
Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen gets a show of her own tonight as she presents the first episode of the second season of Winter Walks.
The presenter changes for each episode, but what better person to set out with than the Yorkshire Shepherdess who's braved any number of wintry days in the countryside?
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