TV tonight: a fourth series for Kay Mellor's lottery-win drama The Syndicate

The fourth season of Kay Mellor’s drama following the fortunes of a lottery-winning syndicate begins with a focus on a new group of winners. We open with the debt collectors banging on the door of Keeley (Katherine Rose Morley), looking for an ever-increasing repayment amount on a payday loan. When she realises that her work syndicate at the Woodvale kennels have won £500, though, she think her problem may be solved. Yet, a mistake could mean they are in with a chance of the full £27m prize. Ammar Kalia

More mouthwatering meals and enthusiastic gesticulation as Fred Sirieix explores the culinary world that lies beyond the First Dates restaurant, in the company of leading foodies. This week, he joins the Bake Off star and TV chef Nadiya Hussain in Yorkshire for cheese, cakes and samosas (not all together). Hannah J Davies

A lethal shooting on a residential street points to a notorious Manchester crime gang. Might a drug-dealing turf war be brewing? Cameras shadow the two incident teams who join forces to methodically untangle the truth, with the help of hi-tech surveillance. Graeme Virtue

Intrepid documentary film-maker Ross Kemp turns his investigative lens towards the members of the British public who keep big cats as pets. In this first of two episodes, Ross is at showjumper Rhys’s house, taking a look at the lion and lioness that he keeps in his back garden. AK

Having a baby with a stranger doesn’t always work out, but needs must for the group of single women in this practical programme. Experts guide amateur ballroom dancer Sarah and nanny Venicia through their choices, while businesswoman Trinity has decided she needs a co-parent. Hannah Verdier

This series explores the meaning of different faiths for their varying community members, opening with an examination of Judaism in Britain. Twelve-year-old Ethan is preparing for his bar mitzvah, while Jolanda has converted for fiancee Jack as they tie the knot in Spain. Followed by Being Hindu at 11.25pm. AK

Mary Magdalene (Garth Davis, 2018), 11.15pm, Film4
Davis’s drama is a sincere attempt to give agency and value to the New Testament figure after centuries of being described as a sex worker. Rooney Mara is persuasive as a young woman whose refusal to follow convention sees her drawn into the circle of religious rebel Jesus (Joaquin Phoenix), becoming central to his life. Simon Wardell

International football: Wales v Czech Republic 7.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Group E World Cup qualifier.

International football: Gibraltar v Netherlands 7.40pm, Sky Sports Premier League. Group G qualifying match.

Basketball: Denver Nuggets v Philadelphia 76ers 2am, Sky Sports Main Event. NBA inter-conference match.

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