TV Times top picks for tonight

What’s on telly tonight? Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight the best shows on Friday 1st June

The Bridge, 9pm, BBC2

As much as we’re enjoying this fourth season, we can’t help but feel a bit sad each week as it ticks down towards its last ever episode… Tonight’s instalment marks the final season’s halfway point, and there’s a shocking twist to Taariq’s story. Meanwhile, terrifying gangster William must act fast in order to prevent a tragedy in his personal life, the creepy village gets even more disturbing and Saga makes a breakthrough in more ways than one. And for the troubled Henrik, there’s a heartbreaking development that threatens to send him down a dark path. Can he be brought back from the brink? An emotional, tense and thrilling episode that proves why The Bridge is a true standout in the Scandi-noir genre. Rating: ****

Tracey Breaks the News, 9.30pm, BBC1

Tracey Ullman returns for three more episodes of her topical sketch show where celebs and politicians come under friendly fire. Tonight, Jeremy Corbyn has an awkward encounter, Germany’s beige-loving leader Angela Merkel reassesses her image, and – new for this series – Michael Gove makes an entrance. Guests include Ben Miller as Rupert Murdoch and Liam Hourican as Jacob Rees-Mogg. Rating: ****

All or Nothing, Amazon Prime Video

New Zealand’s All Blacks are one of the most successful sporting teams of all time, but are shrouded in secrecy with an almost mythical status. Amazon were given rare access to the run-up to their 2017 British and Irish Lions series in this six-parter narrated by actor/director Taika Waititi (Thor: Ragnarok). There’s all the action on the pitch you’d expect, but non-rugby fans will enjoy the behind-the-scenes glimpses. Rating: *****

More previews tomorrow.