Tonight's TV Pick: Inside Men, Pearl Harbour, Wonderland
Inside Men - 9,00pm, BBC 1
Heist drama Inside Men returns tonight, with its complex structure and its shifting chronology, keeping viewers guessing well into the third episode.
Our dodgy dealers, played by Steven Mackintosh, Ashley Walters and Warren Brown, continue with their robbery plans. John (Mackintosh) is riding high on his new-found confidence, while Marcus is feeling sidelined.
However, tonight's programme focuses a little more on Chris, the security guard turned "Cash Heist Hero" who had half his leg blown off in the robbery.
Pearl Harbour - 8.05pm, Channel 5
If you want to miss the football match between FC Porto and Manchester City being aired on ITV1 at 8.05pm, then Michael Bay's 2001 big-budget film around the surprise bombing of Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941 could be your other option.
The second World War romantic drama starring Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett and Kate Beckinsale is no classic but looks pretty enough, with a big seascape of special effects, and a big stonking soundtrack. Passable for a winter night.
Wonderland - 9.00pm, BBC2
And finally, if you didn't get enough of men and children last night in Channel 4's Daddy Daycare - recommended as Wednesday's TV Pick - then this documentary by award-winning film-maker Kira Phillips is worth a watch.
It follows the experiences of three men in the weeks before and after they become fathers, a simple and charming hour's worth of TV.
WATCH: A trailer for Inside Men...