Crime drama is well represented this Wednesday with Shetland continuing on BBC One and The Tower concluding with the truth of what happened on the tower block roof at ITV.
Professor Brian Cox has another spectacular episode of Universe for BBC Two which looks into the Milky Way, while Netflix launches a new nature documentary with Animal narrated by stars including Rebel Wilson and Bryan Cranston.
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Married At First Sight Australia is heading for the end of its series at E4, but a final dinner party holds shocking revelations.
The best things to watch on TV tonight, Wednesday 10 November, 2010
Shetland - BBC One - 9pm
The murder mystery adapted from the novels of Ann Cleeves drills down into the main suspects in tonight's episode after shocking scenes of Logan Creggan terrorising the community.
He's now got his gun trained on politician Eve Galbraith, but will Jimmy manage to stop him in time?
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Elsewhere, the investigation looks into why Galbraith was paying for care for Maurice Ross, and Sister Carolyn prepares to flee after receiving a threatening postcard.
Universe - BBC Two - 9pm
Stunningly beautiful and breathtaking in its scale, Professor Brian Cox's Universe is one of his most fascinating series to date.
In tonight's instalment, he takes a closer look at the Milky Way, exploring the dramatic history of our galaxy and the inevitable future it holds.
The Tower - ITV - 9pm
The crime drama adapted from Kate London's novel Post Mortem and starring Gemma Whelan concludes tonight.
Missing police officer Lizzie turns herself in as Sarah finally hears the shocking truth of what happened on the tower block roof when two people fell to their deaths.
Animal - Netflix
The streaming service debuts this high-profile new nature documentary today, which looks at spectacular footage of some of the creatures who most capture our imaginations - including lions, kangaroos and giant octopus.
Narrators for the series include stars Bryan Cranston, Rashida Jones, Rebel Wilson and Pedro Pascal.
Married At First Sight Australia - E4 - 7.30pm
The mammoth dating series is finally drawing to a close, with tonight's episode featuring the dinner party to end all dinner parties.
It's the last time the couples will dine together before making their decisions and with revelations about Bryce's secret girlfriend still fresh in everyone's minds, the group take a shocking conference call at the table.
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