TV tonight: Stephen Graham and Daniel Mays return for AI comedy caper Code 404

Double trouble … Daniel Mays and Stephen Graham in Code 404. Photograph: Matt Frost/Matt Frost @Sky UK Limited

TV tonight

Season three sees the detective duo – one half brought back to life by artificial intelligence – back to fight more crimes. Plus, The Undeclared War concludes. Here’s what to watch this evening

Code 404

9pm, Sky Comedy

Stephen Graham and Daniel Mays are back at it as detective partners in season three of this comedy crime drama, in which John (Mays) was resurrected by artificial intelligence after being killed in the line of duty. In the first of tonight’s double bill opener, the troublesome twosome are under investigation and stuck on limited duties – but that doesn’t stop them from getting stuck in when a fellow copper is murdered. Hollie Richardson

Big Oil vs the World

9pm, BBC Two

Recent history is littered with mea culpas, from penitent Silicon Valley programmers to assorted engineers who helped develop an exciting new technique for extracting gas and oil from shale rock during the 1980s … a process otherwise known as “fracking”. This final, deeply concerning episode explores how the fight over the climate crisis suffered yet more blows during the 2010s. Ali Catterall

The Undeclared War

9pm, Channel 4

Peter Kosminsky’s cyber-thriller has felt ponderous at times but has made dramatic capital out of the open-endedness of its subject matter: this remains an area in which even experts are guessing. As the series concludes, escalation with Russia looks possible as John’s (Mark Rylance) betrayal becomes clear. Can Saara (Hannah Khalique-Brown) keep a lid on the crisis? Phil Harrison

Reality check … Paapa Essiedu and Charly Clive in The Lazarus Project. Photograph: Simon Ridgway

The Lazarus Project

9pm, Sky Max

Joe Barton’s clever melding of yearning personal drama and grand time-loop narrative concludes, with George (Paapa Essiedu) still trying to fix his own woes without sacrificing humanity. There are even tougher decisions to make as his already mind-bending reality starts to collapse. Jack Seale

The Baby

9pm, Sky Atlantic

Just when you thought this Michelle de Swarte-led series couldn’t get any wackier, the demon baby decides to possess the children of Juniper House – and good luck to any adult who gets in their way. As she takes cover, Natasha (De Swarte) faces her own mother. HR

First Dates

10pm, Channel 4

The restaurant is fully booked tonight: a prison officer turned author; a shy TV presenter; and a snappy dresser who likens his personal style to “Richard Ayoade crossed with Bill Nighy”. Ellen E Jones

Live sport

Golf: AIG Women’s Open 11am, Sky Sports Main Event. The first day of the final major of the year from Muirfield.

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