TV Guide - what to watch tonight on BT TV - Bank Holiday weekend: FA Cup Final, The Handmaid's Tale, Indy 500, Britain's Got Talent live

We pick out the must-watch shows for the Bank Holiday weekend.

The best TV picks on Freeview, BT TV, Netflix and Catch-Up.

Arsenal v Chelsea – The FA Cup Final – 4.30pm, Saturday on BT Sport 2, the BT Sport App and BTSport.com

It will be a historic FA Cup final, whoever wins this season. If favourites Chelsea triumph, it will be a first-season double for Antonio Conte.

However, Arsene Wenger has a special relationship with the FA Cup and it would be an incredible record-breaking seventh win for the manager if he took the silverware again.

Wenger is out of contract at the Emirates Stadium this summer and says he will only reveal his plans after the Cup final but, if this does turn out to be his final game in charge, it would be a fitting way to bow out.

Kick-off is at 5.30pm.

[Read more: How to watch the FA Cup Final on BT Sport]

The 2017 Indianapolis 500 – 4.30pm, Sunday on BT Sport/ESPN, BTSport.com and the BT Sport app

See if two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso can secure the next leg of the 'triple crown’ at Indianapolis Motor Speedway live on BT Sport.

Formula 1 driver Fernando Alonso will compete in the 101st Indianapolis 500 live on BT Sport//ESPN as he chases the second leg of an historic ‘triple crown’.

The McLaren driver, who is missing the Monaco Grand Prix to compete at Indy, has his sights set on victory at the iconic oval race at the first time of asking.

[Read more: The latest news on the Indy 500]

The Handmaid’s Tale – 9pm, Sunday on Channel 4. Catch up on BT TV with the All 4 app

One of the most-talked about TV series of 2017 so far, this adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel is seriously bleak, but also unmissable.

It’s not a cosy Bank Holiday Sunday watch, but Elisabeth Moss is incredible as the lead in this dystopian vision of a future America which is disturbing, chilling and most worryingly of all, even more believable than it was when the book was written over 30 years ago.

[Read more: All you need to know about The Handmaid's Tale]

Britain's Got Talent Live Shows – 7.30pm, Monday on ITV. Catch up on BT TV with the ITV Hub app

After weeks of auditions ranging from the magical to the downright daft, the business end of Britain’s Got Talent kicks off on Bank Holiday Monday.

Although the Simon Cowell show might not have the same buzz as it did in the Susan Boyle years, the Live Shows remain must-watch TV and are always memorable, even if it’s not always for the right reasons.

[Read more: All the latest BGT news and gossip]

Springwatch – 8pm, Monday on BBC One. Catch up on BT TV with the BBC iPlayer app.

Springwatch Chris Packham

There’s a new home, Sherborne Estate in the Cotswolds, but it’s the same popular presenting team back for another series of rare birds, bats, otters and cheeky innuendos.

The show airs live, so it’s always filled with surprises for the presenters and nature lovers, and for those viewers who spend their days on social media and locked to their desks, it’s a reminder of the beauty and spectacular world right on our doorstep.

[Read more: Meet the Springwatch presenters - Interview]

Fear the Walking Dead – 9pm, Monday on AMC, BT TV 332/381 HD, exclusive to BT customers

We’re only one week away from the new season of Fear the Walking Dead and if you need a quick reminder of what happened last year in the apocalyptic drama, there’s still time.

The final installments of season two - including the emotional destruction of Travis (Cliff Curtis) -  are showing on AMC this week, which will bring you up to speed ahead of the explosive premiere on June 5th.

[Read more: Fear the Walking Dead - The story so far]

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