FIVE OF THE BEST SHOWS THIS WEEK
Cassie and Sunny con- tinue to investigate Fo- gerty’s driving offence. Without the rest of the victim’s body, the team are unable to establish cause of death and are under pressure to progress the investigation. Without hard evidence, Andrews is reluctant to believe that the police probationers were involved.
The Wall, BBC One, Saturday, 7.35pm
Danny Dyer hosts the ultimate game of risk and reward. Can cou- ple Rhys and Stephanie from Tamworth, Staffordshire, get the questions right and keep the balls green?
Do that and they could walk away with cash that will allow them to buy their first property together.
3 4 5 SEAL Team, The Jonathan Ross
Sky One & NOW TV, Show: Special
Wednesday, Guests, ITV,
9pm Saturday, 10.35pm
The action drama about a group of elite military operatives continues its fourth season. When Warrant Officer Ray Perry goes missing following an explosion in Tunisia, his former teammates wrestle with how to help their brother and his family while Bravo Team is sidelined. Starring David Boreanaz.
A look back at some of the most memorable moments from recent series. Featured in this show are Celine Dion, David Beckham, Tina Turner, Samuel Jackson, Lindsey
Lohan, Sir Paul McCartney, Amy Schumer, Michael Douglas, Jennifer Hudson, Kit Harrington and Samson Kayo.
Later... With Jools Holland,
BBC Two, Friday, 10pm
Jools welcomes global superstar, The Voice judge and legendary singer Sir Tom Jones, into the studio to discuss his musical journey, loves and influences, as illustrated by classic clips from the show. Together, they perform a track from Sir Tom’s forthcoming forty-first studio album, Surrounded by Time.
PRU FROM TUESDAY
PRU is a comedy about a group of teens navigating the pitfalls of adolescence in a Pupil Referral Unit, a school for excluded kids. It is told through the eyes of four gloriously reckless young people, Halil, Hanna, Jaden and Belle teetering on the edge of the education system.
Black Sails ran between 2014 and 2017 and is actually a prequel to Treasure Island, charting the adventures of Captain Flint two decades before the events of Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel. Toby Stephens is the star, with familiar faces Rupert Penry-Jones and Harriet Walter popping up later in the run.
Massimo Ruggeri (Alessandro Borghi) is the Head of Trading at one of the most important investment banks in the world, whose success has all but guaranteed his promotion to vice-CEO. However, a scandal involving his wife puts a brake on Massimo’s ambitions.
Based on the novel The Highway by CJ Box, this crime thriller, on the new Disney+ platform, stars Ryan Phillippe and Kylie Bunbury as Cody and Cassie, private detectives who join forces with Cody’s ex-wife Jenny, a former cop, to find two kidnapped women.