What else can I watch?
We search the TV schedules and online for the shows you might miss...
What to watch on Netflix, Amazon, and beyond...
Netflix, from Friday 16 February
This 1990s-set coming of age comedy drama revolves around two groups of nerdy outsiders who join forces to make a movie to escape the misery of school.
Mozart in the Jungle
Amazon Prime, from Fri 16 Feb
It’s now the fourth series of the orchestral drama, which kicks off with Rodrigo (Gael García Bernal) and Hailey (Lola Kirke) making their relationship public.
My Next Guest
Needs No Introduction...
Netflix, available now
In the second of his sit-down chats with big celebrities, David Letterman talks to Hollywood superstar George Clooney about his life and career.
The best of iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, and more...
This six-part supernatural thriller sees Lydia Wilson playing cello maestro Matilda, who finds out some dark secrets about her childhood after her mother kills herself.
Jo Brand’s Cats & Kittens
The feline-loving comedian hears plenty of cute stories in this seven-part series that also includes the Christmas special at Laybourne animal centre.
BBC iPlayer, until Tuesday 13 February
The Queen gives the lowdown on the crown jewels in this one-off special. Plus, her Majesty reveals some special memories of her coronation in 1953.
The secret shows tucked away in the TV listings...
James Martin’s american adventure
ITV, Mon-Fri, 2.00pm
In this new daytime series, chef James travels across the USA from California’s Napa Valley to The Hamptons in New York.
Julius Caesar revealed
BBC1, Mon, 9.00pm (Scot, 10.45pm)
He’s the most famous emperor of all, and now Mary Beard gives the lowdown on the life of Julius Caesar, from his military style to his brutal assassination.
Oscar Pistorious: Blade runner Killer
156, Virgin 208), Sun, 9.00pm
Andreas Damm plays the South African Paralympian in this one-off drama about the double-leg amputee.