Brothers Brian and Domhnall Gleeson have teamed up for a new comedy that debuts tonight.
Frank of Ireland follows a self-proclaimed musician played by Brian who's struggling to grow up or change his ways.
Elsewhere, the strange delights of This Is My House are back this evening along with Dragons' Den on BBC One.
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Plus, Joe Pasquale and Anthony Cotton go head to head on Britain's Brightest Celebrity Family.
Dragons' Den - 8pm - BBC One
Pitching to the Dragons tonight is a beauty entrepreneur peddling luxury face oils and a Northumbrian inventor with a versatile construction bracket.
Also hoping to land an investment is a tech entrepreneur with a fitness app aimed solely at women and a Scottish dog lover with a range of natural doggie treats.
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Britain's Brightest Celebrity Family - 8.30pm - ITV
Comedian Joe Pasquale pits his family against Coronation Street's Antony Cotton in a battle of general knowledge hosted by The Chase brainiac Anne Hegerty.
Their aim is to make it through to the semi-finals to get closer to the chance of winning £25000 for their chosen charity.
One of Pasquale's team members is his son Joe Tracini, who is famous in his own right as an actor and more recently for his videos discussing mental health and the offbeat and exuberant dances he posts to social media.
A League of Their Own Road Trip: Loch Ness to London - 9pm - Sky One
The road trip continues as up in Scotland, Jamie Redknapp, Freddie Flintoff, Romesh Ranganathan and Jack Whitehall have a go at some off-road driving on the Ardvkerikie Estate.
Also, tennis ace Andy Murray and his mother Judy join in with the gang for a Highland games challenge.
This Is My House - 9pm - BBC One
There are four people claiming to be a man named Mitch from Hinckley on BBC One tonight for another This Is My House.
One of them really is the owner of the house they take Stacey Dooley through, while the other three are imposters.
The regular celebrity guessing panel, Bill Bailey, Emily Atack, Judi Love, and Jamali Maddix, are joined by guests Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams this time.
Frank of Ireland - 10pm - Channel 4
Brian and Domhnall Gleeson write and star in a new comedy about a Dublin-based, misanthropic musician Frank (Brian) and his loyal friend Doofus (Domhnall).
The debut episode sees Frank shocked to learn that his ex-girlfriend Aine has a new boyfriend who is a doctor and mixed martial arts expert, prompting him to take up MMA in an attempt to impress her.
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