TV Guide: What to Watch This Week 14/11/22
Here’s your weekly round-up of the best shows to watch this week
-Monday 14th November-
Live Women's Rugby League World Cup, 7pm, BBC Two
The TV is being taken over by rugby league coverage and the women’s semi-finals take centre stage on Monday. Don’t miss the second semi-final at York’s LNER Community Stadium as England go head to head with New Zealand.
-Tuesday 15th November-
The Great British Bake Off Final, 8pm, Channel 4
We enter the tent for the final time as one of three remaining contestants is crowned the winner of The Great British Bake Off. Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith haven’t made things easy: the remaining contestants must serve up the perfect picnic for the signature challenge and create a summer classic for the technical. Then, they’ll create a celebration of the planet for their final showstopper challenge.
-Wednesday 16th November-
The Wonder, Netflix
Oscar nominee Florence Pugh stars in this new drama, based on the 2016 novel of the same name, coming to Netflix on Wednesday. Haunted by her past, a nurse travels from England to a remote Irish village in 1862 to investigate a young girl who hasn’t eaten for months.
-Thursday 17th November-
Oti Mabuse: My South Africa, 9pm, BBC One
Dancer Oti Mabuse left South Africa more than a decade ago, and the country has changed radically since then. In this show, she revisits her childhood home and the people and places that inspired her.
-Friday 18th November-
Spirited, Apple TV+
Each Christmas Eve, the Ghost of Christmas Present (Will Ferrell) selects one dark soul to be reformed by a visit from three spirits. But this season, he picked the wrong Scrooge: Clint Briggs (Ryan Reynolds). For the first time, A Christmas Carol is told from the perspective of the ghosts in this hilarious musical twist on the classic Dickens tale, coming to Apple TV+ on Friday.
-Saturday 19th November-
Castle Howard: Through the Seasons, 8.10pm, Channel 4
In episode two of four of this series which goes behind the scenes of Castle Howard, Nick Howard and Dave the caretaker are struggling to fire up the 1959 family Bentley for the first big event of the summer – a classic car show – and a heatwave has struck North Yorkshire, forcing the iconic Atlas fountain to run dry.
-Sunday 20th November-
Giovanna Fletcher: Made in Italy, 8pm, ITVBe
This show will leave you wanting to book your next great escape. Author and actress Giovanna and her family drive along winding Italian roads to visit the lesser-known towns of Cetara and Minori along the beautiful Amalfi Coast road.
-Catch Up On-
Dead to Me, Netflix
The final season of this fantastic comedy series comes to Netflix this week (17th November)! A hotheaded widow searching for the hit-and-run driver who mowed down her husband befriends an eccentric optimist who isn't quite what she seems. Catch up quickly so you can binge-watch the final few episodes.