The Handmaid’s Tale
9pm, Channel 4
What to expect from the third series of the dystopian drama? Showrunner Bruce Miller has let slip that June is prepared to fight to get Hannah out of Gilead alive: “She’s ready to use all the skills she’s learned over the last three years.” Plus, has Aunt Lydia survived that epic showdown with Emily? Mike Bradley
What We Do in the Shadows review – vampire TV adaptation has bite
What We Do in the Shadows
9.45pm, BBC Two
In this week’s double bill, the blood-hungry housemates are summoned to appear before the Vampiric Council by 500 ravens. It’s a chance for co-creators Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi to convene a choice collection of cameos – is that Wesley “Blade” Snipes appearing on Skype? Later, Nadja (Natasia Demetriou) takes it upon herself to guide “stupid, baby vampire” Jenna (Beanie Feldstein) through her unholy transition: “Dahlink! It’s nothing!” Ellen E Jones
9pm, BBC One
“Intimate knowledge” is the theme of this week’s chapter in Sally Wainwright’s thigh-slapping romance. Eyebrows are raised among the Halifax gentlefolk when Anne whisks her paramour off to York, but if they knew the heartbreaking secret Miss Walker is about to reveal they’d be ashamed of themselves. MB
Summer is officially here as the reality show enters its second week, with 12 physically perfect humans gearing up to canoodle on TV (if they haven’t already). The dating behemoth is not without its controversy, but at its best it’s nation-uniting TV in the manner of the early series of Big Brother. You might as well surrender now. Hannah Verdier
Mysteries of the Moon Landing
9pm, Discovery Channel
As JFK said, America had to go to the moon, not because it was easy, but because it was hard. But was it actually so hard that Nasa had to fake it? In this new series, a conspiracy theorist, a former FBI agent and a frankly rather annoyed astronaut go head to head and investigate the evidence. Ali Catterall
Hospital Stories: Dublin
With documentary cameras having now seemingly visited every hospital in Britain, it is time to cross to Ireland to see how they do things there. St James’s in Dublin has 4,500 under-pressure staff dealing with addiction, loneliness and old age as well as more complex conditions, tonight including a radical hysterectomy. Jack Seale
Angel Face, 6am, Movies4Men
Jean Simmons stars as Diane Tremayne, the sweetest of femme fatales, whose angelic demeanour conceals a dark psyche in Otto Preminger’s cynical 1953 film noir. Robert Mitchum is fascinated, hapless Frank Jessup, drawn into Diane’s erotic web as family chauffeur and fatally indecisive in exposing her true nature. Paul Howlett
Tennis: French Open, 1.30pm, ITV4
The men’s singles final.
Women’s World Cup Football: England v Scotland, 4.30pm, BBC One
Coverage of both sides’ opening Group D matches.
Uefa Nations League Football, 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event
Porto’s Estádio do Dragão hosts the final, with the lineup still to be known at the time of writing.