WHAT can’t you miss on TV tonight? Our guide to the must-see shows…
NEW! Porridge, 9.30pm, BBC One
Following in the footsteps of Ronnie Barker in his finest sitcom role (sorry, Open All Hours) is a pretty thankless task, but Kevin Bishop (left) made a good enough fist of it in last year’s revival season to warrant the BBC commissioning a whole series.
With original writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais still in place, the humour and situations will be familiar to all first-time-round fans.
Like his grandad Norman Stanley, Nigel Norman Fletcher (Bishop) is incarcerated – but this time the crime’s been updated to something rather more contemporary.
There’s a definite nod and a wink – or more of a shrug and a blink – in Bishop’s turn that shows the family genes, but what’s missing, though, in cellmate Joe (Dave Hill, right) is a foil as endearingly understated as Richard Beckinsale.
Cold Feet, 9pm, ITV
As soon as Adam (James Nesbitt, left) looks at colleague Sarah (Amy Huberman, right) with one of those flirtatious looks on a work bonding weekend, you know there’s going to be trouble.
And it seems to run in the family as his son Matt is caught messing around behind Olivia’s back.
While sometimes you can’t stop shouting at them on screen, it just shows how much you care about the characters.
NEW! Sing: Ultimate A Cappella, 9pm Sky One
“Not another singing talent show” we hear you cry. But this one, presented by Cat Deeley (above), has a unique element that’ll have Simon Cowell shaking in his designer loafers.
Thirty harmony groups compete to record an album and release a single in time for Christmas – and with no instruments in sight, it really is all about the vocals.
NEW! Modern Family, 8.30pm, Sky One
In order to make memories that will live on after he’s gone, Jay (Ed O’Neill, above) forces the family to holiday together on a houseboat on a lake.
Unfortunately, the kids find it really boring, Mitchell opens up old wounds when he runs into an ex-girlfriend, and Cam can’t go outside in the sun.
Nine series in, the children are all grown up but the comforting laughs remain.
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