Sing as loud as you can into the new year, because the world of fun TV and film has arrived. Especially with my top five picks of the week. Welcome January with…
The Masked Singer, 6:30pm, ITV, Sunday 1st January: Who is the voice behind the mask? Well, get ready, because our weekends are about to be spent wondering who is dressed as a chicken, singing a Celine Dion classic. Oh yes!
Waterloo Road, 8pm, BBC One, Tuesday 3rd January: Although it ended a number of years ago, the classic school drama is back. Old faces join up with a new bunch of classmates and staff to give us another dose of this fantastic show.
The Menu, 8am, Disney Plus UK, Wednesday 4th January: Hailed as one of the best films of the year, this has award winner all over it. Starring Ralph Fiennes, the feature takes audiences inside the world of restaurants and their dark side.
The Apprentice, 9pm, BBC One, Thursday 5th January: Sir Alan Sugar is back alongside a bunch of new contestants hoping to win the prize money that could launch their business. With expert knowledge, high flying tasks and mayhem assured, this is going to be the series that everyone is talking about this January.
If These Walls Could Sing, 8am, Disney Plus UK, Friday 6th January: Originally meant to be released last year, this documentary, created by Mary McCartney, delves into how some of the worlds most famous stars came to record their albums in the prestigious studios.
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!