Tonight’s TV: In Treatment returns after 10 years


In Treatment

9pm, Sky Atlantic

After almost a decade away from the couch, we return to the therapist’s room for this smart and often emotionally agonising drama seeing therapy sessions play out in real time with fictional patients. Orange Is the New Black’s Uzo Aduba takes over from Gabriel Byrne, as the therapist Brooke Taylor, and in tonight’s opening double bill Taylor counsels social worker Eladio (Anthony Ramos) through his insomnia, while white collar criminal Colin (John Benjamin Hickey) arrives for the first of his court-mandated sessions. Ammar Kalia

Plate of Origin

7pm, W

This new cooking contest takes on the format of a World Cup of national cuisines as chefs represent their home countries, plating dishes for judges Manu Feildel, Matt Preston and Gary Mehigan. Up first is China v Australia – the former with centuries of food history and the latter a relative newcomer to fine dining. AK

Born to Be Wild

8pm, BBC Scotland

The series that embeds with the Scottish SPCA Wildlife Rescue centre returns for a second series of furry TLC. An influx of orphaned fox cubs – cutely named for Star Wars heroes – keep the vets and other care workers on their toes, while a stressed seal pup called Concentration has an inflamed flipper problem. Graeme Virtue

Gold Rush: Our Race to Olympic Glory

9pm, BBC One

The third and final episode of this miniseries charting Britain’s pathway to Olympic success now reaches the London 2012 games. We see how the Sporting Giant programme turned PE teacher Helen Glover into an olympic rower, while the Paralympics saw record crowds in attendance. AK

Long Lost Family

9pm, ITV

Two women are in search of missing parents and one, Ann from Birmingham, has already endured heartbreaking disappointment: her birth mother didn’t want a relationship. Will her father, once found, be more receptive? Amanda from Durham is also haunted by her fear of rejection. Ellen E Jones

Taken: Hunting the Sex Traffickers

9pm, Channel 4

A fascinating albeit disturbing series in which a covert police unit allow cameras to track an investigation into a human trafficking gang. Filmed across three years, the police and the film-makers monitor criminals as they bring women from South America to British brothels. Phil Harrison

Constance Towers in The Naked Kiss. Photograph: Collection Christophel/Alamy

Film choice

The Naked Kiss (Samuel Fuller, 1964), 2.20am, Talking Pictures TV

Samuel Fuller’s bold, brutal 1964 melodrama takes a wrecking ball to the hidden hypocrisies and crimes of small-town American life, as a reformed sex worker (Constance Towers) reinvents herself as a nurse for disabled children and finds a good man who loves her, only to find all is not as it appears. Simon Wardell

Live sport

World Matchplay Darts 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Day three coverage from Winter Gardens, Blackpool.

Major League baseball 1am, BT Sport ESPN. Action from the American league.

Wrestling: WWE Monday Night Raw 1am, BT Sport 1. Drew McIntyre, Kofi Kingston and Charlotte Flair in the ring.