TV tonight: #MeToo takes centre stage in Steve Coogan’s comedy Chivalry


10pm, Channel 4

Making a comedy about how the #MeToo movement has affected Hollywood could so easily hit the wrong note, but creators Steve Coogan and Sarah Solemani pull it off with this confident, tongue-in-cheek six-parter. Careful not to be too on the nose, it follows indie director Bobby (Solemani) as she helps producer Cameron (Coogan) – who is terrified of being “cancelled” – to finish a problematic film. In this opening double bill, they bring in an intimacy coordinator to re-examine a sex scene with Sienna Miller – one of many starry cast members and cameos (reminiscent of Ricky Gervais’s Extras) that include Wanda Sykes, Paul Rudd and Lolly Adefope. Hollie Richardson

Meet the Richardsons

10pm, Dave

It’s an eventful episode for Lucy in this hyperreality series: she discovers she’s related to Corrie’s Beverley Callard ahead of her mum’s showbiz wedding to Johnny Vegas – but the soap star ends up being an unwelcome guest. Later, David and Georgia Tennant become rivals to the Richardsons. HR

Luxury for Less

8pm, Channel 4

This lifestyle documentary offers tips on how to get bargains on Burberry and other posh labels. Sophie Morgan and Michelle Ackerley hunt for industry secrets on where to get clothes for way below ticket prices. Jack Seale

Art That Made Us

9pm, BBC Two

This fascinating series, which re-examines history through the eyes of the creatives of the time, focuses tonight on Elizabethan England – an era of “rival queens, imperial ambitions, plots and intrigue”. Plus, Maxine Peake performs a tense poem. HR


9pm, Channel 4

It’s hard to fault Taskmaster: where else could you watch Judi Love, Bridget Christie and Sophie Duker build a buggy to score goals with exercise balls? The singular gameshow continues with fresh challenges involving maypoles, blindfolds and aliens. Henry Wong

A League of Their Own Road Trip: Dingle to Dover

9pm, Sky Max

The lads-on-tour travelogue punctuated by endearingly off-key singalongs keeps on rolling. Competitive double act Flintoff and Redknapp hit Morecambe to meet their heavyweight boxing hero Tyson Fury and bring some stag-party energy to a local bingo hall. Surely a snooker masterclass in Oxford will be more sedate? (Spoiler: no.) Graeme Virtue