TV Guide: The Return of Love Island and What To Watch This Week
Whether you rate it or hate it, Love Island is back
-Monday 16th January-
Love Island, 9pm, ITV2
Maya Jama is taking over as presenter of this popular dating show as a new group of singles head into the Love Island villa in South Africa, bringing a bit of heat to our screens in cold January. The relationship-based reality show is very Marmite, so you’ll either be hooked to the TV at 9pm every night scrolling through Twitter, or doing your best to avoid ITV2.
-Tuesday 17th January-
The Martin Lewis Money Show: Live, 8pm, ITV1
With the seemingly never ending rises in bills and the cost of living, Martin and Angellica Bell are back on hand to help us through this financially worrying time. There’s sure to be some helpful advice you can take from this show.
-Wednesday 18th January-
Winterwatch, 8pm, BBC Two
Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan present wildlife stories from Wild Ken Hill in Norfolk, and watch footage from wildlife in the dark. Meanwhile in Edinburgh, they find wildlife that use city habitats as a haven, before checking out the wild badger cameras in Edinburgh Zoo.
-Thursday 19th January-
The Last of Us, NOW
It’s been two decades since modern civilisation was destroyed. Quarantine zones are the only safe place and survivor Joel has become a smuggler, but he’s about to take on his most difficult job yet. Stream the highly-anticipated TV adaption of the hit video game now on NOW.
-Friday 20th January-
Truth Be Told, Apple TV+
Season three of this award-winning drama, which offers a unique glimpse into America’s obsession with true crime podcasts, comes to Apple TV on Friday, and Poppy Scoville will take on a new case. There’ll be one new episode uploaded weekly, every Friday until 24th March.
-Saturday 21st January-
The Masked Singer, 7pm, ITV1
We’re halfway through this bonkers show, which leaves you asking who’s that behind the mask? Joel Dommett hosts as five celebrities take to the stage, with panellists Rita Ora, Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan trying to figure out which celebrity is singing in costume. Challenge yourself to work it out at home, and catch up on the first three episodes now on the ITV Hub.
-Sunday 22nd January-
Dancing On Ice, 6.30pm, ITV1
Phil and Holly host the ice-dancing contest as more celebrities take to the rink with the help of professionals. Oti Mabuse, Ashley Banjo, Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean will have their scores ready as the remaining five couples perform their first routines.
-Catch Up On-
The Rig, Prime Video
A group of workers on a remote Scottish oil rig are due to return to the mainland when a mysterious fog brings supernatural forces. It stars Line of Duty’s Martin Compston so we’re expecting great things. All six episodes are available to stream now exclusively on Prime Video.