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Watchmen is the big new drama from the creator of Lost, Spencer and Vogue are back on the box, as is Travel Man Richard Ayoade. Pick of the Day Watchmen, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV Here's the show that's taking up that gaping hole left behind after Succession completed its second season. Big boots etc. The Emmy-winning creator of Lost and The Leftovers, Damon Lindelof, brings an entirely new story based on DC's seminal Watchmen graphic novel by Alan Moore. Embracing the world and themes of the original groundbreaking story, this nine-part series sees new characters thrown into fresh chaos.
Set in an alternate history Tulsa, Oklahoma, the series picks up three years after a coordinated white supremacist attack on police and their families, an event referred to as the White Night. Following the attack, police wear yellow bandanas to protect their identities, while The Seventh Cavalry, the group behind the attack, don familiar Rorschach-style masks. New or Returning Shows Spencer, Vogue and Wedding Too, 10.00pm, E4 Marmite TV, for sure. In this new series, reality royalty Spencer Matthews and his wife, presenter and model Vogue Williams, plan and throw a big London wedding for friends and family. In this opening episode, Spencer and Vogue kick off the wedding plans by putting three different party planners through their paces.
Vogue takes pal Millie Mackintosh and mum Sandra wedding dress shopping, and Spencer takes Theodore to baby sensory class, where he becomes convinced his son is a child genius. Family Footsteps, 7.30pm, BBC One An Ulster-Scots family go on a journey back in time with Gavin Andrews to discover what life was like for their ancestors at the turn of the 19th century. Gavin Andrews The Day California Burned, 9.00pm, BBC Two On 8 November 2018, a megafire swept through northern California. In its path was the town of Paradise. Within four hours, around 30,000 people had lost their homes. It was the deadliest fire in America for a century. Drawing on hundreds of hours of footage, this film tells the chilling and dramatic account of that day. New to Download Spider-Man: Far from Home, Sky Store Tom Holland, Samuel L Jackson, Zendaya and Jake Gyllenhaal star as your friendly neighbourhood Spider-man goes on tour. With the world recovering from the events of Avengers: Endgame, Peter Parker (Holland) wants to get back to being a normal kid, go on a European school trip with his classmates and finally ask classmate MJ (Zendaya) out on a date. But when a series of mysterious elemental attacks take place across Europe, Peter and his alter-ego are dragged in to action alongside super-powered newcomer Quentin Beck (Gyllenhaal). Yesterday, Sky Store Academy Award-winning director Danny Boyle teams up with romcom master Richard Curtis for this fantasy about a world without the Fab Four. Jack Malik (Himesh Patel) is a struggling singer-songwriter whose dreams are fading, despite the support and best wishes of best friend Ellie (Lily James). But after a freak accident, Jack wakes up to find that no one has ever heard of The Beatles. Suddenly, his music - or rather, the Fab Four's - is quite a big deal. Ending Tonight Jamie's Meat-free Meals, 8.00pm, Channel 4 In the final episode of the series designed to change the way we think about veg, Jamie creates a beautiful oozy risotto with amazing roasted tomato - elegant, classy and seriously tasty. In Jerusalem, Jamie is inspired by gorgeous breakfasts, and rustles up pancakes supercharged with spinach, cheese and chilli. Here's his cottage pie: Don't Miss Travel Man, 8.30pm, Channel 4 Richard Ayoade does Dubrovnik with comedian Stephen Merchant. Having checked in to their fancy rooms at a 16th-century townhouse, they head off round one of the world's best-preserved medieval cities. A Game of Thrones tour features some of the show's most celebrated locations, there's also oysters to be enjoyed on the terrace of the famous Hotel Excelsior, and a buggy safari on Mount Srd. Here he is on the lash with Sara Pascoe: Click here for full TV listings Vogue Williams and Spencer Matthews have opened up about their second wedding in London. The couple's first wedding took place in Glen Affric, Scotland but only a small number of family and friends attended so the couple had a larger get together in London in September. Speaking on ITV's Lorraine on Monday, Vogue, 34, said: 'We got married when I was seven months pregnant up in Scotland. Interview: Vogue Williams, 34, and Spencer Matthews, 31, have opened up about their second wedding in London on Monday's episode of ITV's Lorraine Spencer, 31, added: 'I don't think it's fair to say we got married again. It was a party for our friends.' The former Made In Chelsea star also spoke about his best friend Jamie Laing officiating the ceremony, saying he 'set the tone' of the day nicely. 'It was nice to set the tone,' Spencer said. 'If we had a priest, it would have been a second wedding. 'I knew Jamie would get the tone right. We love Jamie and I thought it would be great to have him doing.' Party: Their second wedding took place at Westminster Boating Base on the banks of the River Thames included Hugo Taylor and Millie Mackintosh as guests The couple are proud parents to son Theodore, 13 months, and told how the tot is still getting used to all the cameras that are around their home for filming their reality series Spencer, Vogue and Wedding Two. 'He loves staring at them,' Vogue said. 'He hasn't grasped the concept of not looking at them. Viewers can also expect more frequent appearances by the couple's family members on the new series. 'We did get a few more people from my side involved, for sure,' Vogue said. 'My auntie lives in Oxford so she comes down and Spencer loves to scare her.' Vogue said: 'We got married when I was seven months pregnant up in Scotland. There was only space for really close family. I couldn't even invite all my aunts and uncles' Style: The couple looked dapper for their London ceremony with Spencer donning awhite suit and Vogue wearing a stunning strapless dress Back in action: Taking to their Instagrams, the couple both shared videos promoting their new series 'Spencer and Vogue and Wedding Two' She said: 'We've seen it and we're happy with it. Spencer was desperately trying to be funnier this serious because I was funnier than him in the first one.' The couple are based in London but told how they are considering getting a second home in Howth, Dublin where Vogue is from. Shooting down speculation they were set to move, Spencer said: 'Relocating might be a bit far from the actual truth. 'Howth is a wonderful part of the world. I love the Irish. Howth is extremely charming so anyone would be lucky to have a house there.' Reality show: The couple are proud parents to son Theodore, thirteen months, and told how the tot is still getting used to all the cameras that are around their home Vogue said: 'He hasn't grasped the concept of not looking at them. You still have to go about your day to day life and we're just followed with whatever we're doing' TV: Model Vogue revealed the couple are 'happy' with how the new series has turned out Their second wedding took place at Westminster Boating Base on the banks of the River Thames included Hugo Taylor and Millie Mackintosh as guests. Vogue, who looked incredible in a strapless Kate Halfpenny jumpsuit with a overlay skirt, told Hello!: 'He was so funny, he just made the whole thing hilarious - but he was sweet too, he said such lovely things about us and he knows us both so well, so it worked out perfectly.' Spencer said: 'We get on so well, laugh all the time, and just don't bicker. I feel like I have married my best friend - twice. 'If I could marry Vogue every year, I would, but two weddings will do. I think we are probably done now.' Back in June 2018, Vogue and Spencer married in front of family, including his brother James Matthews and his wife Pippa Middleton, at his stunning 10,000-acre family estate, Glen Affric, in Cannich, Scotland. Spencer, Vogue and Wedding Two airs on E4 on Monday at 10pm.