Imposter: The Man Who Got here Again from the Lifeless

9pm, Channel 4
Strap in for an completely absurd true-crime story. An eccentric man recognized domestically in Glasgow as Arthur Knight wakened from a Covid coma in 2021 and located himself surrounded by police. US authorities claimed his actual id was Nicholas Rossi who, after a number of rape fees, faked his personal dying. This four-parter follows the numerous stunning reveals as, over two years in court docket, he and his English spouse, Miranda, continued to insist he was Knight. It additionally speaks with journalists, authorized figures concerned and the ladies Rossi allegedly assaulted. The case led to a decide ruling that he’s, actually, Rossi, and he’s now going through fees within the US – however the journey must be seen to be believed. Hollie Richardson

Chilly Case Investigators: Fixing Britain’s Intercourse Crimes

9pm, BBC Two
A outstanding new collection, which follows main crime unit detectives as they reopen chilly instances utilizing new DNA expertise. We see a few of their successes in catching and convicting perpetrators for crimes way back to 1983, in what are each monumental and irritating feats – as proven when one man, who was raped in a park when he was a young person, doesn’t know methods to react to the information. HR

RHS Chelsea Flower Present

8pm, BBC Two
Sophie Raworth, Monty Don, Joe Swift, Angellica Bell and Nicki Chapman are amongst your green-fingered guides via this yr’s bloom fest, delving into a few of the 35 gardens on show through the week. First up, Raworth welcomes the royal household to the showground. HR

Joanne Crawford as Helen McNally and Jonathan Harden as David ‘Jonty’ Johnson in Blue Lights. {Photograph}: Christopher Barr/BBC/Two Cities Tv

Blue Lights

9pm, BBC One
One other blistering season finale for the superb Belfast response officers drama – beginning with the aftermath of younger Henry capturing Grace and Stevie’s automotive, as a neighborhood in uproar descends into violence. There are hefty tearjerker moments, too, particularly when Jen helps Completely satisfied and Robin lastly discover peace. HR

The Fortune Lodge

9pm, ITV1
The ingenious, if barely complicated, cross between Race Throughout the World, The Traitors and about 12 totally different daytime gameshows proceeds right into a climactic second week. Stephen Mangan presides because the remaining {couples}, suspicious and bickering, attempt to find yourself with a suitcase full of money. Jack Seale

Mysteries of the Pyramids With Dara Ó Briain

9pm, Channel 5
Consider pyramids and also you most likely image Egypt, which is strictly the place this two-part collection begins, with enter from archaeologist Raksha Dave. Quickly although, Ó Briain visits pyramidal constructions in different elements of the world, in hope of answering their historic questions akin to “How had been they constructed?” and “What did the aliens do after?” Ellen E Jones

The Breeders (Abbey Lee, Courtney Eaton, Zoe Kravitz, Charlize Theron and Riley Keough) in Mad Max: Fury Street. {Photograph}: Photograph 12/Alamy

Movie selection

Mad Max: Fury Street (George Miller, 2015), 9pm, Sky Showcase
As a taster for the prequel Furiosa – in cinemas from Friday – right here’s George Miller’s reboot of his personal 80s apocalyptic rust’n’mud trilogy. Tom Hardy takes over as renegade desert loner Max, however his monosyllabic character performs second fiddle to Charlize Theron’s fierce oil tanker driver Furiosa. She has gone on the run along with her chief’s “breeders” – a harem of fertile girls – and Max finds himself becoming a member of their escape plan. All burnt orange within the day and metal blue at night time, it’s a vivid watch, fuelled by Miller’s trademark flamable motion. Simon Wardell

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