TV Guide: What To Watch in the Last Week of April
Thrilling dramas you won't want to miss and the new series of I'm a Celebrity
–Monday 24th April–
I'm a Celebrity South Africa, 9pm, ITV
Ant and Dec (obviously) host this extra special series of I’m a Celeb where memorable campmates from past series will compete in the South African jungle. They include Amir Khan, Jordan Banjo, Helen Flanagan, Carol Vorderman, Fatima Whitbread, Phil Tufnell and Shaun Ryder.
–Tuesday 25th April–
The Yorkshire Vet, 8pm, Channel 5
The Yorkshire Vet is back on our screens and Julian is operating on a French Bulldog that has injured one of his three legs. Meanwhile, vet Matt Smith is off to a local farm to try and save a ewe and her unborn lamb.
–Wednesday 26th April–
The Mysterious Mr Lagerfeld, 9pm, BBC Two
Michael Waldman is shining a light on one of the most iconic figures in fashion, who was also one of the most mysterious. You’ll hear from those who were closest to the designer and meet the agent and nanny left in charge of his cat, Choupette.
–Thursday 27th April–
Guilt, 9pm, BBC Two
Don’t miss the return of this thriller starring Mark Bonnar and Jamie Sives. Max is running a pub in Chicago with his brother but money worries mean they find themselves deported back to Edinburgh, where they’ll face enemies head on.
–Friday 28th April–
Late Night Lycett, 10pm, Channel 4
Hilarious comedian Joe Lycett has a brand new live show where he catches up with celebrities and big-name guests from the worlds of TV, music and film. It’s the perfect fun Friday night watch.
–Saturday 29th April–
Firefly Lane, Netflix
The final chapter of this drama, starring Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke, arrives on Netflix this week. Based on Kristin Hannah's bestselling novel, two best friends have an unbreakable bond that carries them from their teens to their 40s.
–Sunday 30th April–
The Mosquito Coast, Apple TV+
An inventor and idealist uproots his family for a quest through Mexico to flee the US government for safety in this thriller starring Justin Theroux. It’s based on the best-selling novel of the same name by his uncle Paul Theroux.
–Catch Up On–
The Diplomat, Netflix
Juggling her new high-profile job as ambassador to the UK and her turbulent marriage to a political star, things aren’t easy for this diplomat. This US series is available to watch on Netflix now.