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What to watch this month.

The Weakest Link, BBC One

Made by BBC Studios Entertainment, another all-star line-up of celebrity contestants will attempt to win up to £50,000 for charity by answering general knowledge questions before only two remain and play head to head to determine the winner.

Children In Need, BBC One

Children in Need 2023 will be a live entertainment extravaganza from MediaCityUK in Salford with three-hours of non-stop fun for viewers. Ade Adepitan MBE, Mel Giedroyc, Jason Manford, Chris Ramsey, Lenny Rush and Alex Scott MBE will host an evening of exclusive sketches and performances featuring well-known faces as you’ve never seen them before.

Doctor Who: The Star Beast, BBC One

With David Tennant as the Fourteenth Doctor and Catherine Tate reprising her role as Donna Noble the popular duo will make their spectacular return to mark the show's 60th anniversary with three special episodes running each Saturday from the 25th November.

Two Doors Down, BBC One

Whilst the action continues to centre around the residents of Latimer Crescent, the show will have a new home as it transfers to BBC One. The much-loved sitcom has steadily built a fanbase that has consistently grown with each series.

Grime Kids, BBC Three

The series charts the rise of a fictional group of young adults growing up in the early 2000s, dreaming of being able to make their voice heard through music. Grime Kids celebrates the cultures and communities that gave birth to a genre that took over the world.

I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, ITV1

The new line-up of celebrities will leave their plush pads and luxuries far behind as they spend up to three weeks taking on the Australian jungle with a whole host of surprises created just for them. Whoever does end up in the legendary jungle camp will find themselves cut off from the outside world.

Sorry, I Didn't Know, ITV1

Jimmy Akingbola hosts this riotous panel show charting Black history.

Hullraisers, Channel 4

Toni and Craig’s family is growing with baby no. 2 on the way, despite Toni’s denial. Paula and Dane are coming to terms with Ashley growing up and moving out, and Rana has her eyes opened by her mum, Nima, revealing the secret to hitting your absolute peak during your menopause years.

Culprits, Disney+

After a high-stakes heist, when the crew of elite criminals have gone their separate ways and have tried to leave their old lives behind. Past and present collide when a ruthless assassin starts targeting them one by one. Why are they being stalked, who is behind the mayhem, and will they be able to find one another in time to protect themselves and the people they love?

Robbie Williams, Netflix

A four-part documentary series which features up to 30 years of never-before-seen archive footage behind the star, coming only to Netflix, Nov 8. Directed by EMMY and BAFTA nominated, Joe Pearlman, and produced by Ridley Scott Associates and executive produced by Academy Award, BAFTA and Grammy winning director Asif Kapadia.

The Crown, Netflix

Inspired by real events, this fictional dramatisation tells the story of Queen Elizabeth II and the political and personal events that shaped her reign.

Squid Game: The Challenge, Netflix

Make friends. Make enemies. Make millions. Squid Game: The Challenge, the competition series based on Netflix's biggest show ever, premieres November 22.

007 Road To A Million, Prime Video

Nine pairs of everyday people scramble over rugged terrain, attempt stomach-churning challenges and answer questions for a chance to win up to £1 million each. Meanwhile, Brian Cox calls the shots as The Controller. Will they rise to the challenge, or fold like a pack of cards in this true test of intelligence, endurance and heroism.


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