Jodie Turner-Smith takes on the role of Henry VIII's second wife Anne Boleyn in a new show dramatising her life in the months before her execution.
The three-part Channel 5 series starts this evening and will play out for the two following evenings.
Plus, Sir Keir Starmer gets a grilling from Piers Morgan on his Life Stories series as well.
Bake Off: The Professionals - 8pm - Channel 4
On the menu this evening are some magical desserts as the team create sweet treats that look exactly like mushrooms.
Plus there's also a heroes and villains themed occasion showpiece complete with 160 macarons.
Garden Rescue - 8.30pm - BBC One
The team are in royal Woottoon Bassett to help single mother of four teenagers, Nicky.
She needs Charlie Dimmock and the Rich brothers to transform her garden into a place she and her kids can easily spend time and entertain - but room must be made for her prized gnome collection.
Anne Boleyn - 9pm - Channel 5
Jodie Turner-Smith stars in this new drama aiming to tell the story of Henry VIII's ill-fated second wife from her own perspective.
The three-part series focuses on the final few months of her life and kicks off with the pregnant queen consort convinced she will give birth to a son.
Meanwhile, her husband's eyeing up her lady-in-waiting Jane Seymour.
The Anti-Vax Conspiracy - 9pm - Channel 4
This documentary dives into the world of those behind the international anti-Covid vaccine movement and what's driving them to demonstrate against vaccinations.
It features those profiting from fake and potentially lethal cures as well as prominent anti-vaxxer Piers Corbyn.
Piers Morgan's Life Stories - 9.30pm - ITV
The Leader of the Opposition is in the hot seat tonight as the host probes beyond politics and into Starmer's personal life.
He discusses his childhood growing up in Surrey as well as his mother's battle with Still's disease.
But politics isn't off limits as Morgan also gets him to comment on his own performance as Labour leader so far.
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