TV tonight: Daisy May Cooper’s twisted comedy is a peculiar treat

Postponed from last week, Daisy May Cooper’s peculiar tragi-comedy is well worth the wait. Tonight’s first of six episodes will have you horrified one moment and hooting with laughter the next – with a dark secret holding it all together. Nic (Cooper) is a bored mother of one who is unhappy in her marriage and privately grieving somebody she cannot tell anyone about. She befriends fellow mum Jen (Selin Hizli – Cooper’s real-life best mate), but can she really trust this curious new wine-guzzling partner in crime? Lenny Rush is particularly hilarious as Nic’s exasperated young son, Ollie, while Jack Thorne (This Is England, Enola Holmes) produces the series. Hollie Richardson

Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice kick off the new series with a reprise of their winning routine – AKA last year’s best TV moment. Then it’s time to get the newly spray-tanned celebrities into their sequins and partnered up with the professionals. Matt Goss, Fleur East and Ellie Simmonds are just some of the 15 contestants who will be shimmying and shaking. HR

Now in its fourth season, Jim Howick’s supernatural sitcom is still on top comedy form. When Alison (Charlotte Ritchie) finally welcomes the first guests to her new B&B, scoutmaster Pat (Jim Howick) teaches peasant Mary (Katy Wix) about holidays. HR

Is it just us, or are the camera crew going wild for beautiful closeups of nature in this (fifth) series of the two comics’ fishing expeditions? Other than that, it’s everything you would expect