TV Guide: Netflix's You is Back (Again) and Luther Returns
You'll be glued to your screen this week
-Monday 6th March-
Jamie's £1 Wonders, 8pm, Channel 4
In this new series, Jamie Oliver presents recipes that won’t break the bank, including one for roast chicken that involves filling chicken thighs with a simple stuffing to make the meat stretch further, and a pizza that doesn't require an oven.
-Tuesday 7th March-
DNA Journey, 9pm, ITV
Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville and comedian John Bishop formed an unlikely friendship after meeting at a Covid vaccine centre. Now they’re on a road trip to discover their family history, and they might have a deeper connection to each other than they first thought.
-Wednesday 8th March-
The Bay, 9pm, ITV
The Bay is back for season four. In this first episode, DS Jenn Townsend receives an emergency call as a family faces tragedy, and she must gain the trust of the Metcalf family to uncover the truth of what has happened.
-Thursday 9th March-
With controversial casting and storyline this time around, we binge-watched the first part of season four so quickly, it feels like we’ve been waiting for the remaining episodes of You for an eternity. Now in London, Joe needs to work out who the elusive stalker trying to frame him is – something we’re trying to do too.
-Friday 10th March-
Luther: The Fallen Sun, Netflix
Idris Elba has donned his signature overcoat to return to his most iconic role as Luther returns to our screens. This time, it’s a movie. Haunted by an unsolved murder, Luther breaks out of prison to hunt down a sadistic serial killer.
-Saturday 11th March-
Six Nations Live: England V France, 4.15pm, ITV
Mark Pougatch presents all the action from the match in the penultimate round of fixtures from Twickenham. With analysis by Jonny Wilkinson, Clive Woodward and Benjamin Kayser, this is a must-watch for rugby fans.
-Sunday 12th March-
Dancing on Ice: The Final, 6.30pm, ITV
Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby host the grand final of this skating challenge which has been the highlight of our Sundays for weeks. The final three celebs and their professional partners will perform their best routines yet (hopefully), including their own take on the iconic Bolero, made famous by Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.
-Catch Up On-
After spotting a scene from this show on TikTok and mistaking it for a movie, one of Living North’s designers recommended this for our TV guide – and there are six whole seasons to binge. A Ryan Murphy creation, it follows the high-pressure experiences of first responders in shocking situations, so it’s bound to be a tense watch.