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What to watch this week.

Gordon, Gino & Fred: Viva Espana

Sunday & Monday, ITV1

Gordon, Gino and Fred will once again be battling it out for supremacy in everything from driving to cooking and jamón tasting to flamenco dancing in some of their most extreme high-adrenaline activities yet.

You & Me

Monday-Wednesday, ITV1

A quintessentially modern relationship drama You & Me explores what it means to find love, what it means to lose love, and what it takes to try and love once again. Written and Created by Jamie Davis, in his screenwriting debut, the series stars Harry Lawtey, Jessica Barden and Sophia Brown alongside Julie Hesmondhalgh.

The Inheritance

Monday, Channel 5

Drama about the story of three siblings who are left reeling after an unexpected death in the family. And when it turns out they are not left anything in the will, they embark on a dangerous journey to figure out whether this death was truly a tragic accident, or whether it was in fact murder.

National Television Awards

Tuesday, ITV1

Broadcast from The O2 London, the NTAs celebrate television’s best-loved shows and stars in the only TV awards ceremony where the winners are chosen exclusively by viewers - and the national vote results are revealed LIVE on the night.

Sort Your Life Out

Thursday, BBC One

Stacey and her gang – organiser Dilly, carpenter Rob and cleaner Iwan – challenge the Watling family to sort their life out in seven days. And in order to do this they’ll have to embark on a mammoth declutter. They ask the family to try and let go of half their possessions, so that they can then beautifully reorganise their home.

Mrs Brown's Boys

Friday, BBC One

Agnes is feeling down in the dumps, and granddad’s bowel movements aren’t helping matters. The place is a mess, and she can’t seem to get any sleep and to make things worse, Maria’s home remedies end in disaster. Will the family show some much-needed and long overdue appreciation for poor Agnes?


Friday, Channel 4

From Saturday night entertainment juggernauts to the week’s big soap storylines, from hard hitting documentary series to gritty drama, the Gogglebox households offer sharp, insightful, passionate and sometimes emotional critiques of the week’s popular and topical shows, sparking debates and giving the audience the chance to share those ‘we said that!’ moments.


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