Will & Grace
10pm, Channel 5
The first joke, as the sitcom returns 11 years after season eight, is that nothing has really changed: Grace is living with her gay best friend, Will, in his flat opposite his gay best friend, Jack. What’s not the same is that W&G now happens in Trump’s America, something the comeback episode heavy-handedly tackles by contriving to visit the White House. Rather too many self-consciously modish exclamations, too (“You are so woke!”), but the reunited cast’s evident delight is infectious. Jack Seale
9pm, BBC Two
Travelogue, cuisine, art: it is as hard for a series like this to go wrong as it is easy to envy those who get to present it. Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli continue their Italian adventure, gadding about the nation’s capital by moped, beginning at the Trevi fountain. Locatelli acts as guide, insisting on Rome as very much a city of the people, whose soul can be found not just in the art of Caravaggio but in districts such as Garbatella, with its bustling market stalls. David Stubbs
The Big Soap Quiz: Coronation Street v Emmerdale
It’s the annual inter-soap quiz: team captain Mark Charnock (Emmerdale’s chef Marlon Dingle) leads a face-off against Jack P Shepherd (the hilariously deranged David Platt in Coronation Street). It’s competitive stuff as each soapmeister must prove they know their art better than the other team. Chirpy Stephen Mulhern hosts and if you have no idea who killed Emma Barton, you won’t stand a chance. Hannah Verdier
Top of the Pops: The Story of 1985
9pm, BBC Four
BBC Four continues its irresistible trawl through the TOTP years. Tonight, the snare sounds are as chunky as the shoulder pads, but there’s also a schism at the heart of pop culture which mirrors wider 80s Britain. It’s Red Wedge v Thatcherite aspiration. Billy Bragg v Duran Duran. And John Peel v everyone. Shameless nostalgia, but potent social history, too, as technology, politics and pop merge to give a real flavour of the times. Phil Harrison
Graham Norton’s Good Guest Guide
10.35pm, BBC One
Our Graham has become the king of UK chat by turning his big red couch into a chemistry set, placing Hollywood A-listers cheek-by-jowl with domestic celebs to see what unexpected reactions result. In this rather gratuitous special, Norton offers a handy checklist for potential guests to help them get with the programme, while sofa veterans Joan Collins, Ricky Gervais and Miriam Margolyes reflect on past appearances. Graeme Virtue
Season 15 of NCIS begins in a hail of gunfire, as Gibbs and McGee find themselves reluctantly abandoned while fighting a rebel group in Paraguay. Two months later, and despite clear orders to the contrary from on high, the crew are desperately searching for their whereabouts as Vance and Torres are called before Congress to explain what happened. Elsewhere, a man is shot dead in a phone booth while calling in to NCIS to report a crime. It’s a puzzler. Ben Arnold
War on the EPA
9pm, PBS America
The United States’ Environmental Protection Agency was never likely to prosper under the presidency of Donald Trump, and so it has proved; Trump’s pick to lead the EPA was Scott Pruitt, a hardcore climate change-denier who, as attorney general of Oklahoma, had repeatedly sued the EPA. This film examines Pruitt’s efforts to do to the EPA from the inside what he’d previously tried to do from the outside, and the EPA’s efforts to save itself from its own boss. Andrew Mueller
Logan (James Mangold, 2017) 11.50am, 8pm, Sky Cinema Premiere
There’s poignancy to this final instalment of the razor-clawed X-Man’s adventures. Hugh Jackman’s Logan, AKA Wolverine, is lying low, as a limo driver in Mexico, while caring for frail old Prof Xavier (Patrick Stewart). Superheroes are “assholes in leotards”, Logan sneers; but faced with Richard E Grant’s evil eugenicist, he’ll have to unsheathe those claws once more.
Biathlon: World Cup 1pm, Eurosport 1. Featuring the men’s sprint from Oberhof.
FA Cup Football: Liverpool v Everton 7.30pm, BBC One. A Merseyside derby in the third round of the Cup, and Everton now look more competitive than might have been imagined.
Ashes Cricket: Australia v England 11pm, BT Sport 1. The third day from the SCG. Are England still in the contest?