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What to watch this week.

The Fortune Hotel

Monday-Thursday, ITV1

10 pairs of contestants will arrive where they will be given a briefcase. Inside one case is the ultimate jackpot of £250,000 in cash, eight are empty, and one contains the dreaded Early Checkout Card – whichever pair is left holding that case at the end of each show will see their stay brought to a dramatic, premature end. 

Celebrity PopMaster TV

Monday-Tuesday, More4

Five contestants go head-to-head to test the depth of their music knowledge over a series of six knockout rounds. The rounds include ‘Intros, Middles and Ends’, ‘Video Gaga’, ‘Pop Years’ and ‘It’s Only Words’, before two players progress to play ‘Original PopMaster’.

Me And The Voice In My Head

Monday, Channel 4

Bravely allowing cameras into his life, Joe Tracini introduces us to Mick – the constant voice inside his head. The programme will show how Mick feeds Joe negative thoughts and often encourages him to hurt himself – through scenes in which Joe himself plays Mick, appearing on screen alongside his ‘real’ self.

The Gathering

Tuesday-Wednesday, Channel 4

Filmed and set in Liverpool and around Merseyside, The Gathering is ultimately a whodunnit – or, in this case – a-why-done it.  Focusing on a group of disparate teenagers and their parents, each character has a motive for attacking Kelly.

The Guilty Innocent with Christopher Eccleston

Tuesday, Sky History

Each meticulously researched episode will see EMMY award-winning actor Christopher Eccleston lead an in-depth contemporary investigation into some of the world’s most infamous cases of wrongful convictions.

Orphan: Black Echoes

Thursday, ITVX

Lucy (Krysten Ritter), woke up two years ago in a strange room with no memory of who she is or where she came from and she’s been running ever since . That is, until her past finally catches up with her and she’s faced with the reality that she was created in a lab and those who had a hand in making her want her dead.

Rob & Rylan's Grand Tour

Sunday, BBC Two

Rob Rinder and Rylan are setting off on the original package holiday – the Grand Tour. The two are good friends but couldn’t be more different when it comes to culture – Rob is a fan of opera and poetry, but Rylan admits he’s a newcomer in this world.


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