Anna Friel stars as “Marcella” (Netflix, streaming), a London detective with her own set of problems, as she returns to work after 12 years away. She has blackouts, she gets a little violent and she’s vexed by a serial killer she failed to catch in the past. The eight-episode series is from Hans Rosenfeldt, one of the writers of “The Bridge,” and also stars Laura Carmichael of “Downton Abbey,” Harry Lloyd of “Game of Thrones,” Nicholas Pinnock and Sinead Cusack. It premiered in the UK in April.
Also new on the online site, a stand-up special from the Aussie comedian, “Jim Jeffries: Freedumb” (Netflix, streaming) in which he has a couple of things to say about Donald Trump.
In the Brexit of “The Great British Bake Off” to American public television, it’s become the flatter sounding “The Great British Baking Show” (PBS, 9 p.m., check local listings) (Pillsbury, it seems still owns the right to the term “bake-off” in the states). The show has found a footing in the U.S. nonetheless, with a third season of the show (which played as the sixth in the U.K.) beginning its civilized competition among a dozen new contestants. Sue Perkins and Mel Gledroyc are back to host; Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry return as judges.
The U.S. Olympic Trials (NBC, 8 p.m.) begins with more swimming from Omaha in the first hour, before moving to track and field events in Eugene, Ore., at 9 p.m.