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TV tonight: Olivia Colman and David Thewlis star as two killers on the run

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Landscrapers follows Susan and Christopher as they try to evade capture. Plus: Impeachment enters the home straight. Here’s what to watch this evening

Landscapers

9pm, Sky Atlantic

Olivia Colman and David Thewlis are perfectly cast as seemingly ordinary, if ever so slightly creepy, Susan and Christopher Edwards – who are also two killers on the run. Based on a murky true story, this four-part dark comedy picks up in France, where Christopher calls his stepmother to confess there are two bodies buried in the garden of their old house back in the UK. As police dig up the remains, the Edwards – now penniless and haunted – board a train to St Pancras unaware of what’s waiting for them. Hollie Richardson

Watch: 'Landscapers' interview: Olivia Colman on working with her husband Ed Sinclair

Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby

8pm, BBC Two

Another adventure through hospitality for the likable Monica Galetti and her opposite number in every respect, Giles Coren. They are at Reid’s Palace hotel in Madeira, the major claim to fame of which is that Winston Churchill wrote his memoirs on one of its delightful balconies. A December dash of vicarious travel and sunshine. Phil Harrison

Impeachment: American Crime Story

9pm, BBC Two

Monica Lewinsky (Beanie Feldstein), and Agent Fallon (Brian Maillard).
Monica Lewinsky (Beanie Feldstein), and Agent Fallon (Brian Maillard). Photograph: Tina Thorpe/BBC/FX

As Ryan Murphy’s flashy dramatisation of the biggest sex scandal of the 1990s accelerates into the home straight, Monica Lewinsky (Beanie Feldstein) is pressured to surrender key evidence while Bill Clinton (Clive Owen) attempts to ride out the judicial storm. With scrutiny at fever pitch, will Hillary (Edie Falco) stand by her man? Graeme Virtue

The Cult of Conspiracy: QAnon

9pm, Channel 4

What happens when a fringe conspiracy theorist movement suddenly breaks into the mainstream? Ben Zand digs deep into QAnon – the group associated with Covid-19 misinformation and last year’s fatal storming of the Capitol in Washington DC – to try to gain an understanding of what sets people on such a path. HR

Watch: 'Landscapers' interview: Exploring the real life story

Insecure

9pm, Sky Comedy

Issa, Molly, Kelli and Tiffany do something they haven’t done for a while – hang out together. And fans know what cracking telly that makes. Instead of heading out for dinner, they slip into their PJs, get high and have a night of deep and meaningfuls (oh, and Kelli slides into Daniel Kaluuya’s DMs). HR

What We Do in the Shadows

9.55pm, BBC Two

The effects budget gets a proper leeching this week. Nandor (Kayvan Novak) and Nadja (Natasia Demetriou) have one job: keep the fearsomely hungry Sire in his cell, lest bloody chaos reign. They fail, leading to a messy denouement in a hardware store. Jack Seale

Live sport

Champions League football RB Leipzig v Man City 5pm, BT Sport 2. AC Milan v Liverpool is from 7pm.

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