Celebrity Rehab with Dr Drew, Bio, 8.30pm

THERE'S drama aplenty as addiction specialist Drew Pinsky arranges for his celebrity patients to gather and spend a day with family members. In some cases, it seems their recovery prospects will hinge on how they deal with some ugly personal relationships. Michael Lohan's on-again, off-again fiancee seems to make a point of saying the cruellest, most hurtful things possible whenever they argue. Amy Fisher's husband seems like a domineering, manipulative bully.

Biggest and Baddest, Animal Planet, 7.30pm

REMEMBER when it was the animals, not the presenters, that were the stars of nature documentaries? David Attenborough didn't run around pretending to be a cross between Indiana Jones and Steve Irwin. He captured animals with cameras, not with his bare hands. His viewers learnt about how animals behave and reproduce, not about how unsurprisingly difficult it is to overpower a four-metre anaconda and force it to smile for the camera. Unfortunately, biologist and self-described ''adventurer'' Niall McCann is of the modern ''me'' school of documentary making, intent on wrestling animals personally and saying things like ''I'm excited about what adventures I might have on my search …'' Tonight, McCann is looking for anacondas in the rainforest and wetlands in Venezuela. He finds some decent-size specimens (not the giants he was looking for), but apocryphal anecdotes take precedence over actual information.

WWE Vintage Collection, Fox8, 3.30pm

Show the kids what real wrestling was like back in the days of Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant and Brutus Beefcake.

Desperate Scousewives, Style, 8.30pm

Tawdry, Liverpool-based trash populated by some of the dimmest stars in the pseudo-reality firmament.

Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends: Gangsta Rap, BBC Knowledge, 9.30pm

Louis Theroux heads to New Orleans to check out the city's gangster rap culture.