TV Guide: The Britain's Got Talent Final and Everything You'll Want to Watch This Week
New series and grand finals you won't want to miss
-Monday 29th May-
The Last Thing He Told Me, Apple TV+
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Hannah must forge a relationship with her teenage stepdaughter to find the truth behind her husband’s mysterious disappearance. This series is based on the book of the same name by Laura Dave.
-Tuesday 30th May-
Amy Childs: The Twin Life, 9pm, ITVBe
In the second episode of this new series following reality TV star Amy Childs, she is forced to have an emergency C-Section. Her daughter is born first, but her son is taken into intensive care.
-Wednesday 31st May-
The Gallows Pole, 9pm, BBC Two
Based on the book by Benjamin Myers, this series is inspired by the rise of the Cragg Vale Coiners, a gang of counterfeiters in 18th century Yorkshire. David Hartley returns to his family's moor-top dwelling and now has cash, determined to change his community for the better.
-Thursday 1st June-
Taskmaster, 9pm, Channel 4
Honestly, we could watch Taskmaster every week and never get tired, so we’re sad to this season come to an end. Frankie Boyle, Ivo Graham, Jenny Eclair, Kiell Smith-Bynoe and Mae Martin face their final fight to win Greg Davies' golden head.
-Friday 2nd June-
Hidden Treasures of the National Trust, 9pm BBC Two
On Your Doorstep
Historians take a look inside unique houses in the North East including Cragside, built by one of its wealthiest industrialists, William Armstrong, to find out more about our fascinating history.
-Saturday 3rd June-
Deadloch, Prime Video
Two very different detectives (and an eager junior constable) put their heads together to sold the murder of a local man in the seaside hamlet of Deadloch in this new eight-part Australian comedy television series for Amazon.
-Sunday 4th June-
Britain's Got Talent, 7.30pm, ITV
Britain’s Got Talent is on every night this week, leading up to the grand final on Sunday. Ant and Dec host, while Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Bruno Tonioli judge, but who will walk away with the life-changing £250,000 cash prize and a coveted place at the Royal Variety Performance?
-Catch Up On-
When a plane mysteriously lands years after take-off, the people onboard return to a world that’s very different to what they remember. The final episodes of this supernatural drama come to Netflix on 2nd June.