Hello everyone! Are you ready for a tropical week in TV? Travelling is a key theme within my picks, with many of the shows coming from across the waves. Be prepared to be wrapped up in a new animated family feature, before delving into a right royal number at the end of the week. It’s time to get those TV passports ready for the trip of a lifetime…
Gordon, Gino & Fred Go Greek, 9pm, ITV, Monday 27th September: Back for even more out there fun, the trio are off to Greece this time. Full of recipes, food and beautiful sights that will have us all dreaming of a trip to the Greek isles, you will not want to miss the mishaps that will be sure to occur. Keep your phone away from you though if you don’t think you will get through an episode without booking a trip.
The Apprentice: Australia, 11:50pm, BBC One/iPlayer, Monday 27th September: If you have been missing The Apprentice, then this new series from across the seas will bring you some much needed business fun. Even more mad than the UK one, this series maybe on late for a Monday, but be certain that with what we have been getting on our TVs from Australia, it is going to be great.
The Great North, 8am, Disney Plus UK, Wednesday 29th September: With a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, this animated sitcom stars the voices of Nick Offerman and Jenny Slate. Two huge comedians, providing us with this comedic great. Following, Beef Tobin, a single father living in Alaska, the show sees him trying to raise his four children, leading to overbearing consequences. I’m certain this will be a warm hug of a show to watch in the winter months, as episodes are released weekly.
Diana: The Musical, 8am, Netflix, Friday 1st October: A live taping of the broadway performance about Princess Diana, this show is coming to Netflix before it even hits the stage. Definitely one to watch to get in on the conversations that are sure to be had about it.
Maid, 8am, Netflix, Friday 1st October: Based on the best-selling memoir by Stephanie Land, this Netflix Original series follows a single mother, who begins to work as a maid. Recounting what she saw and dealt with, the series is set to be a funny, yet emotional, watch.
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