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The Five Best TV Shows To Catch This Week (17th - 22nd May 2021)

Hello Everyone! Today marks the start of a new week and with lockdown being eased further, a while host of TV shows are releasing themselves into the wild!

Discover the top five unmissable shows coming out that you simply cannot miss below:

The Pact, 9pm, BBC One, Monday 17th May: One of two new dramas that are coming to our screens. Following four employees, faced with the horrific death of their manager, the series will hook you in as they try to uncover who was behind it.

Innocent, 9pm, ITV, Monday 17th May: The second drama out this week, this second series follows a police detective and his team. After the death of a young boy, which was covered in the previous set of episodes, the team must work to reinvestigate the truth behind the case.

We Are Lady Parts, 10pm, Channel 4, Thursday 20th May: A brand new comedy that will be sure to start your weekend early, the show follows an all Muslim punk band and their rise to the top. Showing home and band life, this series is going to have you learning something new one minute and laughing out loud the next.

Army Of The Dead, 8am, Netflix, Friday 21st May: New from Zack Snyder, this film is something surprising. Unlike his superhero features, this one will be frightening your Friday morning. And your weekend. However, I am certain everyone will be talking about it.

Eurovision, 8pm, BBC One, Saturday 22nd May: The big feature of the week! Get your flags ready, your point scoring at hand and your voices prepared because the biggest singing contest in the world is back for 2021. And I simply cannot wait!

Let us know what you have been watching and what you are most looking forward to catching over the course of the week, via our social media pages, as we would love to know!

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