What to watch this week.
Monday-Wednesday, Channel 5
Drama based on a true story, starring Jemma Carlton and Scott Reid. Maxine Carr moves to Soham in Suffolk for a fresh start with her boyfriend Ian Huntley.
The Elon Musk Show
Wednesday, BBC Two
In 1995, at the start of the Silicon Valley tech boom, Elon arrives with his younger brother Kimbal to join the gold rush and be part of the creation of the internet. They’re geeky young South Africans battling to make a fortune, but Elon is still sleeping on the floor of his office and washing at the local YMCA.
National Television Awards
Joel Dommett hosts the 27th National Television Awards as hundreds of stars and thousands of fans gather forth biggest night in British TV.
I Hate You
Thursday, Channel 4
New comedy from Robert Popper about two best friends in their mid-20s - Charlie (Tanya Reynolds) and Becca (Melissa Saint) - and their intense, messy friendship in today's intense, messy world.
Strictly Come Dancing
Saturday-Sunday, BBC One
Dancing contest continues, hosted by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman.
I Can See Your Voice
Saturday, BBC One
Each episode will see a contestant aim to win a cash prize by guessing who can and can’t sing from a group of mystery singers standing before them. But there’s a catch. Can the contestant predict who has the voice of an angel or who will leave them covering their ears in horror - all without ever hearing them belt out a tune.
The new series sees the arrival of a new Reverend in the village and, in stark contrast to the old Vicar, he set hearts a flutter, including Primrose Larkin’s (Lydia Page). Primrose, now finished with school, is intent on taking the journalistic world by storm, but could it be love with the handsome Reverend Candy (Maxim Ays)?