Dad Stop Embarrassing Me! (from Wed)

Jamie Foxx and his daughter Corinne are close. She's now aged 27 with a blossoming showbiz career of her own, but during her adolescence she was often seen as her father's 'date' at various red carpet events, including when he won an Oscar for his role in Ray. She also claims that sometimes, his behaviour could be a little embarrassing, and it's that aspect of their relationship that forms the basis for this sitcom, which she executive producers alongside her dad. Foxx Sr also stars as successful businessman and bachelor Brian Dixon, who is determined to be the best father he can be after his headstrong teenage daughter Sasha moves in with him. Luckily help is on hand in the form of his own dad and sister.

The Hunter (Walter Presents/All 4, from Fri)

We're travelling to Sicily in the 1990s for the latest award-winning offering from Walter Presents. Provincial prosecutor Saverio Barone is young, ambitious and has been the brains behind several street-level arrests in Palermo for a number of years, but as blood continues to flow on the city's streets, he realises it's time to make a stand. In a move Line of Duty's AC-12 would be proud of, he turns in which own corrupt boss, to the horror of his colleagues. The move does, however, earn Barone a promotion to a unit specialising in bringing the Mafia to book. He's soon involved in spectacular arrests involving 300 organised crime members, but begins to pay a heavy personal price for his dedication to his work.

Floodland (Walter Presents/All 4, from Fri)

There are shades of The Bridge about this new eight-part Euro thriller which explores identity, immigration and cross-border relations. A mysterious and traumatised African girl is found wandering around the border between Holland and Belgium, and Belgian court psychiatrist Bert Dewulf is asked to figure out what has happened to leave her in such a state. Meanwhile, Dutch police inspector Tara Dessel investigates a shootout on a pleasure yacht, and eventually discovers there is a link between the two cases. Tara and Bert work together to bring down a merciless gang of human traffickers from whom the girl escaped and who are seemingly responsible for the shootout, discovering in the process how those on the border have been dealing with incomers for centuries...

Big Shot (Disney+, from Fri)

John Stamos is perhaps best known to UK viewers for his four-year stint in ER, where he played paramedic-turned-doctor Tony Gates. However, that may all change after this comedy drama, developed by Dean Lorey and David E 'Big Little Lies' Kelley airs. Stamos plays Marvyn Korn, a professional basketball coach who is ousted from his current job due to his volatile nature. Desperate to find a way back into the game, Marvyn reluctantly agrees to a position at an all-girls high school, where he gradually learns how to connect with his vulnerable players. They, in turn, gain a new level of confidence due to Marvyn's no-nonsense approach to his role. Watch out for The Greatest Showman's Keala Settle in a supporting role.

Leonardo (Amazon, from Fri)

Poldark may be over, but Aidan Turner hasn't let the grass, Cornish or otherwise, grow under his feet. He's been busy filming this new eight-part historical drama based on the life of Renaissance genius Leonardo da Vinci. Its aim is to reveal how young Leonardo's restless curiosity led him down many different avenues, from art to science and technology, as he attempted to unfold the mysteries of the world. "As an actor, to explore the inner workings of this great artist was a very exciting and humbling experience and I feel so fortunate to have worked with such a great team in Rome to make this series happen," says Turner. Giancarlo Giannini co-stars as Leonardo's master, Andrea del Verrocchio, while Freddie Highmore plays a young detective.