What you’ll be watching in the weeks ahead...
H Sky 1’s upcoming six-part comedy drama Living the Dream stars Philip Glenister and Lesley Sharp as Mal and Jen, who leave rainy England for sunny Florida with their two kids. But with culture clashes and busybody neighbours, it’s not quite what they’d hoped for.
H Derry Girls is a new C4 comedy about a group of teens in 1990s Northern Ireland. Saoirse Monica Jackson (The Five) plays 16year-old Erin, who contends with unrelenting parents, two outrageous best friends, as well as The Troubles.
H Poldark’s Eleanor Tomlinson and Bill Nighy star in a new three-part Agatha Christie adaptation, Ordeal By Innocence, on BBC1. When rich Rachel Argyll is murdered, her adopted son is arrested. But dark family secrets soon emerge…
H Sherlock’s Benedict Cumberbatch will play
Patrick Melrose in the harrowing five-part series of the same name on
Sky Atlantic. Patrick is an aristocratic playboy, who turns to heroin abuse to erase memories of his abusive father.
H Steve Coogan will be back in his most famous role as
Alan Partridge. To mark 25 years since Alan made his debut on BBC Radio in 1992, BBC2 is to broadcast a 25th anniversary special before a new BBC1 series follows next year.
H In their new C4 series, Steph & Dom’s 1-Star to 5-Star,
the Gogglebox duo travel around Britain and stop by hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs. There they’ll be giving the owners a helping hand to make their business the best it can be.