TV tonight: comedy havoc in the return of AP Bio

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<span>Photograph: Peacock/NBCUniversal</span>
Photograph: Peacock/NBCUniversal

AP Bio

9.35pm, Sky Comedy

Class resumes as Mike O’Brien’s previously cancelled comedy is revived for a fourth season. Disgraced Harvard scholar Jack Griffin (Glenn Howerton) is still half-heartedly “teaching” his class of curious characters at Whitlock High School, when an oncoming tornado causes everyone to freak out. Cue a nonsensical sequence of daydreams brought to life. Mostly harmless fun that requires minimum investment. Hollie Richardson

It Takes a Flood

9pm, ITV

Oscar-winning director Kevin Macdonald gives a powerful insight into the real cost of flooding in this film, which is part of ITV’s Climate Action Week. Seeing the water rise on mobile-phone footage filmed as people battle to save their homes serves as a sobering reminder that one in six houses is now at risk. Hannah Verdier


9pm, Sky Comedy

The flawless final season continues with Issa’s ambitious work plans coming up against some obstacles – and there’s more drama when a determined designer she has put her reputation on the line for decides to change course. Meanwhile, Molly’s mum offers some unsolicited advice about her love life. HV

Impeachment: American Crime Story

9.10pm, BBC Two

Bill Clinton (Clive Owen) feels the heat as rumours of his affairs pick up pace in the press and the case of Paula Jones (Annaleigh Ashford) reaches the supreme court. Beanie Feldstein’s portrayal of Monica Lewinsky provides much-needed heart amid the politics, alternating between naive, shrewd and – in this episode – heartbroken. Henry Wong

Fireside tales ... Kayvan Novak and Mark Proksch in What We Do in the Shadows, season three.
Fireside tales ... Kayvan Novak and Mark Proksch in What We Do in the Shadows, season three. Photograph: FX Networks/BBC

What We Do in the Shadows

10.05pm, BBC Two

Matt Berry, Kayvan Novak and Natasia Demetriou return with a third season of the bizarre but quite brilliant vampire mockumentary. The opener sees Guillermo’s fate hanging in the balance as the vampires receive a promotion. HR

Stath Lets Flats

10.15pm, Channel 4

The stakes just got higher for Jamie Demetriou’s Stath: he’s now a dad, and he desperately wants to be a good one. But things only get worse for the down-on-his-luck letting agent as he starts a violent feud with a rival agency. HR

Live sport

Uefa Champions League football, Malmö v Chelsea 5pm, BT Sport 2. Coverage of the Group H match from Eleda Stadion in Malmö.

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