What you’ll be watching in the weeks ahead...
Hit comedy Hold the Sunset is back for a Christmas special and second series on BBC1. The Royle Family star Sue Johnston joins the cast as Joan, the impossible sister of Edith, who’s played by Alison Steadman. Bucks Fizz legend Cheryl Baker takes part in Celebrity 5 Go Camping on Channel 5. She joins Bobby Davro, Joe Swash and others as they visit campsites along the
Jurassic Coast and get to grips with the joys of camping. The Hunger Games star Sam Claflin joins Peaky Blinders as the show moves from BBC2 to BBC1 for its fifth series. This time the violent Brummie gangsters are operating in a world thrown into turmoil by the financial crash of 1929.
Gillian Anderson takes on the role of sex therapist Jean in Sex Education, a coming-of-age comedy on Netflix. Asa Butterfield plays Jean’s son Otis, an awkward virgin who uses his mum’s expertise to set up an underground sex clinic. I’m a Celebrity… campmate and football manager Harry Redknapp will lead a team of former England legends in Match Fit on ITV – as they get back in shape and on the pitch. Look out for David Seaman and Paul Merson.
Timewasters returns to ITV2 for a second series and Anna Chancellor (The Hour) and Javone Prince (The Javone Prince Show) will join the time-travelling band for more mayhem as they take a spin into the 1950s.