TV tonight: it’s nearly over for And Just Like That

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And Just Like That …

9pm, Sky Comedy

Just as it is finally starting to feel that the Sex and the City reboot is getting its Manolo Blahnik footing, we reach the penultimate episode. Can Carrie find hope (and perhaps romance) again? Has Che given Miranda the finger for the last time? What about Steve? And will Charlotte … actually, what has she been doing this whole series? (The conversation about her bathroom situation with Harry was a very funny moment, to be fair.) Hopefully, all will work itself out. Hollie Richardson

Dragons’ Den

8pm, BBC One

Feeling the heat in the fire pit this week, a mother of two aiming to go global with her children’s clothing subscription. Another hopeful pitches a low-alcohol, plant-based beverage. HR

The Dog House

8pm, Channel 4

With whom will tonight’s canines be going home? Three cockapoo puppies are in with a chance of becoming nine-year-old Kiya’s new best friend. Meanwhile, an overexcited yorkie called Bam Bam needs to relax if he wants to be in with a chance of going home with Hannah from London. HR

The Apprentice

9pm, BBC One

Do the stressed teams have what it takes to create a tasty fish dish that will appeal to the public and demanding corporate clients? Whether this is a genuine test of business acumen or merely an excuse to ladle on aquatic puns is up for debate, but at least some candidates get a trip to Cornwall. Graeme Virtue

Lily Ebert in Survivors: Portraits of the Holocaust.
Royal project … Lily Ebert in Survivors: Portraits of the Holocaust. Photograph: Tom Hayward/BBC

Survivors: Portraits of the Holocaust

9pm, BBC Two

As part of a project commissioned by Prince Charles, we meet the seven survivors of the Holocaust who had their portraits painted for display in Buckingham Palace. The remarkable men and women, who were children when they witnessed the atrocities, share their harrowing testimonies. HR

First Dates

10pm, Channel 4

The joy of this show has always been the impeccably well-matched pairings of singles, but the biscuit might be taken tonight. The choice of date for the rugby-boy-fancying, Tom Hardy-loving student Madeleine? A rugby-playing Tom Hardy impersonator. Alexi Duggins

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