What to watch and review on Tuesday, June 27.
EastEnders (BBC1, 7.30pm) As if Albert Square’s pervasive dreariness wasn’t bad enough already, they’ve brought back Robbie Fowler to save the day. Good luck with that. A thrilling development as Dean Gaffney’s clapped-out character returns to take up his high-flying job as the market’s new part-time enforcement officer. Brilliant.
Broken (BBC1, 9pm) Writer Jimmy McGovern’s deeply depressing but strangely watchable drama continues as Sean Bean’s anguished priest Father Michael struggles to attend to the needs of his hard-pressed flock amid the bleakness of a nameless northern city in a state of despair and decline.
Chance (Universal, 9pm) Hugh Laurie plays a troubled psychiatrist battling to save his family from a crazed cop who blames him for destroying his marriage. As the tension mounts, Dr Chance’s teenage daughter becomes the pawn in a terrifying game.