Kate & Koji (STV, 8pm)

THIS week, it’s claimed a storm is heading for the seaside town at the heart of this sitcom, and Councillor Bone (Barbara Flynn) is annoyed that her arch-enemy Kate (Brenda Blethyn) is refusing to step in line. Given our current situation, will the audience feel more sympathetic towards Councillor Bone than the woman who won’t do as she’s told? Elsewhere, Koji (Jimmy Akingbola) acquires a new jacket, only to discover it comes complete with an unfortunate history.

The Countess and the Russian Billionaire (BBC2, 9pm)

SERGEI Pugachev, once known as Putin’s banker, has amassed a $15 billion fortune, owning one of Russia’s largest private banks, as well as shipyards, a coal mine and designer brands. His relationship with his British partner, Countess Alexandra Tolstoy, seemed like a fairytale romance. However, Sergei has fallen from favour with the president. His empire is under risk and threats have been made to his life. As he begins his fightback from a chateau in France, Alexandra holds the fort with their three children in London.

The Good Doctor (Pick, 9pm)

PREVIOUSLY shown on Sky Witness, this US medical drama stars Freddie Highmore as a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome trying to make his way at a prestigious big city hospital. In tonight’s opening episode, Dr Shaun Murphy is on the way to begin his surgical residency when he sees an airport sign fall and shatter glass on to a young boy. With his unique ability to visualise the internal body and using improvised methods and tools, Shaun is able to stabilise him. At a hospital board meeting, Dr Aaron Glassman (Richard Schiff) tries to convince them to hire Shaun.

The Trouble with Maggie Cole (STV, 9pm)

AS the drama concludes, Roxanna is terrified by Alex’s behaviour the previous night and tries desperately to get to him before he confronts the money lenders. Jill is still feeling shaken after seeing Peter and Karen kiss and wonders if she should tell Maggie. As everyone gathers for the village celebrations, a sudden shocking series of events is put in motion that could potentially cost the life of one beloved villager. Starring Dawn French.

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