TV tonight: the bikers at Mayans M.C. are back

<span>Photograph: Prashant Gupta/BBC/FX Networks</span>
Photograph: Prashant Gupta/BBC/FX Networks

Mayans M.C.

10pm, BBC Two

The borderland bikers return for a third season of capers through California and Mexico. Tonight’s opening double bill explores the aftermath of the Mayans’ revenge on rival club Santo Padre from the season two finale, with federal agencies now enforcing a shutdown on all illegal activity across the border. The Mayans’ heroin operation has been ground to a halt and EZ (J. D. Pardo) takes the opportunity to try and patch things up with his father Felipe (Edward James Olmos), while Coco falls into a dangerous opioid addiction. Ammar Kalia

Impossible Animals: With Patrick Aryee

8pm, Sky Nature

The final part of biologist Patrick Aryee’s exploration of the world’s most adaptable and unusual animals takes us underwater. We take a look at the Emperor Penguin, whose feather-fluffing techniques allow them to boost themselves out of the water and into the air. AK

Our Wild Adventures

8.15pm, BBC Two

Chris Packham and co look back at past encounters with the great outdoors and its remarkable denizens. While Chris encounters the UK’s largest bird of prey, Gordon recalls his stint filming killer whales. And Steve Backshall discovers an evolutionary phenomenon – a pregnant male seahorse. Ali Catterall

Harry & William: What Went Wrong?

9pm, ITV

The Windsors continue to churn out tabloid-ready narratives – the schism between Harry and William can be viewed as just the latest chapter in an endless soap opera. This documentary looks at an increasingly difficult fraternal relationship, through the arrival of Meghan Markle and the death of Princess Diana. Phil Harrison

Ghislaine Maxwell: Epstein’s Shadow

9pm, Sky Documentaries

Ghislaine Maxwell: Epstein’s Shadow.
Ghislaine Maxwell: Epstein’s Shadow. Photograph: Mirrorpix/Getty Images

The insightful series exploring socialite Ghislaine Maxwell’s close relationship with the late sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein continues. In tonight’s episode, we explore the aftermath of Maxwell’s father’s death, which led her to Epstein’s circle, where she became indispensable. AK

Murder at the Cottage: The Search for Justice for Sophie

10pm, Sky Crime

Fifth and final episode of the true crime series reexamining the unsolved 1996 killing of French TV producer Sophie Toscan du Plantier in West Cork. It is May 2019 and while suspect Ian Bailey has been cleared by Irish courts, Paris magistrates continue with their trial. Graeme Virtue

Film choice

Yesterday, 8.15pm, BBC One

Insidiously watchable in the same way as the soundtrack-friendly Mamma Mia!, Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis’s comic fantasy plonks Himesh Patel’s musician in a reality where the Beatles never existed. Claiming their hits as his own, he sees stardom beckon, but will success lure him away from close friend Lily James? Simon Wardell

Live sport

Rugby Union: England v USA 1.30pm, Channel 4. Clash from Twickenham Stadium.

F1: The Austrian Grand Prix 1.55pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Ninth round of the season from Red Bull Ring in Spielberg.

Athletics: Diamond League Stockholm 3pm, BBC Two. Fifth round coverage from Stockholm Olympic Stadium in Sweden.