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PICKS OF THE WEEK: 26 FEBRUARY-03 MARCH 2024

What to watch this week.



The Jury: Murder Trial

Monday-Thursday, Channel 4

Examines the jury system for the first time on British television by recreating an entire, real murder trial from the original transcripts in front of two randomly selected juries, neither of whom are aware of the other. Filmed over ten days, in a former courthouse in Essex, the series will take a forensic look at the inner workings of justice.



Out Of Order

Monday, Comedy Central

In a number of comical rounds, teams will judge ‘Rosie’s Regulars’, a group of extraordinary, unapologetic and loveable members of the great British public, based on revealing categories like ‘Who sends the most messages to their mum?’, ‘Who’s had the most one-night stands?’ and ‘Who’s ghosted the most people?’; putting them in order from least to most.


Married At First Sight UK Reunion

Monday, E4

The cast attending this special retreat are: Adrienne, Ella, Erica, Georges, Jay, Jordan, Laura, Matt, Paul, Peggy, Rozz, Shona, Tasha and Thomas. But at a MAFS UK dinner party – anything can happen. Will old dramas pick up where they left off? Will any of the couples that left the experiment still be together? Have any new romances blossomed, or new rivalries formed?



Things You Should Have Done

Thursday, BBC Three

Stay-at-home-daughter Chi is suddenly forced to fend for herself when her parents die in a car crash. Chi learns she will only inherit the house on condition she completes a list of 'Things You Should Have Done' left in the parents' will, the first of which is, ironically, learn to drive.


Rob Beckett's Smart TV

Thursday, Sky Max

Hosted by comedian Rob Beckett, Rob Beckett’s Smart TV, is a hilarious celebration of the shows we know and love. Each week big-name actors, comics, presenters and personalities will join Rob, Alison Hammond and Josh Widdicombe to battle it out in a series of chaotic, trivia-infused rounds to discover who knows the most about TV.



The Completely Made-Up Adventures Of Dick Turpin

Friday, Apple TV+

Dick Turpin (Noel Fielding) sets out on a journey of wildly absurd escapades when he’s made the reluctant leader of a band of outlaws — and tasked with outwitting corrupt lawman and self-appointed thief-taker Jonathan Wilde (Hugh Bonneville).


The BRIT Awards 2024

Saturday, ITV1

Clara Amfo, Maya Jama and Roman Kemp are coming together to host this year’s ceremony, which takes place Saturday 2nd March at The O2 arena, London, broadcast exclusively on ITV1, STV, ITVX and STV Player.



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