Hot Set (Four, 7.30pm)
The reality competition, in which contestants are asked to create movie sets to a particular theme, is starting to heat up with only two episodes left. Tonight, the contestants are asked to put their spin on the serial killer lair. Creepy!
Young @ Heart (Maori TV, 8.30pm)
This heart-warming documentary about a chorus of singers with an average age of 80 years old is a lovely film which traces the group as they learn new songs, from the likes of James Brown and Sonic Youth, in preparation for a show in their home town.
Orphan Black (SoHo, 8.30pm)
The first season of the techno-thriller series comes to an end tonight, with Cosima discovering the truth about the clones’ identity, Alison confronting her monitor, and Sarah trying to protect her daughter. Tatiana Maslany is a revelation, playing four major roles in the series, often opposite herself, with such skill that you forget its the same actress at times.
Russell Howard’s Good News (Comedy Central, 9.15pm)
British comedian Russell Howard takes a look through the week’s news and offers a few thoughts of his own. As funny as it is insightful, this is a must-watch for any news-hounds.
Crime Secrets Of … (One, 9.30pm)
This brand new reality series, out of the UK, explores the relationship between business owners and criminals, investigating the various new ways in which thieves are committing crime, and the ways in which targets are protecting themselves.
Southland (One, 10.50pm)
The Los Angeles-set police drama is back for its fourth season, with Cooper (Michael Cudlitz) getting out of hospital after back surgery and finding himself paired up with a new partner (played by Lucy Liu). Gritty and realistic, with a strong focus on character, this is an exciting hour of television that is far above the regular crop of crime procedurals.