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I TALK: Catastrophe (Series 3)

Catastrophe 3 Review

With two series in 2015 and none in 2016 it feels like ages since Catastrophe was last on our screens, but thankfully Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan are back with six more brilliantly funny, incredibly honest and dysfunctional episodes.

WHAT TO WATCH: 20-26 February

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This week sees the return of some of telly’s most popular shows; Inside No. 9Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled, Stan Lee’s Lucky Man, Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway and the 2017 BRIT Awards.

WHAT TO WATCH: 13-19 February

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Whether you’re a fan of reality TV, comedy, drama or hard-hitting documentaries, this week’s television highlight really do cater for all tastes.

WHAT TO WATCH: 6-12 February

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This week, two brilliant dramas and two brilliant comedies come to an end, whilst the Roots remake arrives in the UK, Sheridan Smith is back doing what she does best and BBC Three unleash another mockumentary.

FIRST LOOK: The Jump 2017

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The most dangerous reality TV series, The Jump, is back! Once again, hosted by Davina McCall, Channel 4’s epic celebrity winter sports competition returns, with 14 brand new celebrities and sporting heroes who over the next six weeks will train and compete in a series of fast and furious events.

WHAT TO WATCH: 30 January – 5 February

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This week Dave’s in charge of the bedtime stories, there’s some great comedy on the BBC and more celebrities put their lives at risk as the most dangerous reality series returns.

WHAT TO WATCH: 16-22 January

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This week there are just two new series in this list, because with so much great telly out there at the moment it’s worth remembering what’s still on and worth continuing with.

WHAT TO WATCH: 9-15 January

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This week on telly there’s some great new comedy and entertainment as well as two great dramas, Tina And Bobby and Sherlock.

what to watch: 2-8 january

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This week, The Voice UK moves channel, Through The Keyhole is back, Celebrity Big Brother returns, Gary Barlow launches Let It Shine on BBC One and there’s some great drama to enjoy too!

17 shows to look forward to in 2017

2017

With just a few days left of 2016, here are 17 shows that you have to look forward to in 2017, including the return of Sherlock, a brand new series of Inside No. 9 and Gary Barlow’s new BBC One Saturday night show, Let It Shine.

what to watch: boxing day

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This Boxing Day there’s something for all the family, some family friendly animation, a documentary about Lego, the final outing of Bake Off, a new Agatha Christie drama and some much-loved comedy.

what to watch: christmas eve

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This Christmas Eve, David Walliams is on telly twice, three ITV favourites return for Christmas, Michael McIntyre spreads some festive cheer and Dom Joly is back with some brand new pranks.

first look: no offence (series 2)

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Following a successful first series in 2015 Paul Abbott‘s award-winning No Offence returns for a second series with with seven brand-new episodes.

first look: chewing gum (series 2)

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For a relatively low key sitcom on E4, Chewing Gum became the breakout comedy of 2015 and turned writer and star Michaela Coel into a household name.

what to watch: 5-11 december

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This week, Sheridan Smith returns to the small screen alongside David Walliams, This Is Us arrives in the UK and BBC One have a treat for Adele fans on Friday night.