TV Guide: This Month’s Must-Watch Shows
Staying in? Add these new favourites to your watch list
Elizabeth: A Portrait in Part(s)
Not yet over the fantastic Jubilee weekend? Live it a little longer with this documentary on the life of our Queen – the longest-lived, longest reigning British monarch. This cinematic tribute to her life will take you on a trip down memory lane.
Amazon Prime Video
Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final 2022
The Gallagher Premiership Rugby Final is taking place at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 18th June and full capacity crowds are back – so the atmosphere will be electric. Not heading to Twickenham? Don’t worry – you can watch on TV.
ITV4 and BT Sport 1
Season four of Stranger Things is the highlight of Netflix’s selection right now, and if you don’t want any spoilers you need to get binge-watching fast. All we can say is it’s just as gripping as the first three seasons, Millie Bobby Brown and co have done some serious growing up since season three, and the best scene so far (in our opinion) has pushed Kate Bush’s hit Running Up That Hill back into the UK charts. You’ve got two weeks to catch up before volume two of the series is released.
Everything I Know About Love
Book adaptations are hit or miss lately, but we’re hearing great things about Everything I Know About Love, a new seven-part series based on the book by award-winning writer and journalist Dolly Alderton. It follows the lives of two best friends as they navigate their early 20s in London and promises to be a heart-warming and nostalgic watch.
We watched all the episodes of this series in one day last weekend, and recommend you do the same. Jack Rooke's comedy about two very different boys who strike up an unlikely friendship at university is both hilarious and thought-provoking. It proves why it’s so important to share your feelings. Plus, it stars Derry Girls’ brilliant Dylan Llewellyn.
The Flight Attendant
Starring Kaley Cuoco, The Flight Attendant has returned with a second season. In the first, we saw Kaley’s character’s world turn upside down when she woke to find a dead man in her hotel room, and things aren’t looking any easier for her in this new series. All episodes are available to binge-watch now.
Perfect for fans of punk rock, based on the memoir of legendary Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, this limited mini-series follows this iconic punk band's rise to notoriety. Expect heavy eyeliner and extra loud music.
Whether you love it or loathe it, it’s back. Your social feeds are going to be brimming with spoilers (the Islanders have been on air for two weeks now) so it’s time to catch up if you haven’t already. We’re backing Thirsk’s Tasha Ghouri. She’s the reality show’s first deaf contestant and she’s vowed to donate half of the £50,000 cash prize to a charity for deaf children. What’s not to love?
ITV2 and ITVPlayer