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Whether you plan to have a lazy evening in front of the telly or want to catch up after a cheeky night out, Digital Spy has your TV viewing schedule covered every week.
Axar.az reports, here are all the shows that you absolutely have to watch over the next seven days:
We've reached episode 6 out of 8, which means we're hitting the business end of this excellent third series. Who's top of your suspects list? Lenny Henry? Charlie Higson? The guy who owns the big mansion? Olivia Colman's son? Either way, this is a particularly powerful episode that could have big ramifications going forward.
2. The Trip To Spain
It may not be on the BBC anymore, but we can't wait to catch up with the semi-fictional versions of Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon as they head off on their third food-travel adventure. This time, it's sunny Spain that sets the beautiful backdrop as the two middle-aged men bicker about who's got the best impression of Michael Caine and the like. Comedy gold.
We're sadly at the finale already for what has been a brilliant third series from Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney. Already a heartbreaking episode as the characters mourn the loss of Sharon's father, but made even more poignant as it features the final episode of the late Carrie Fisher as Rob's mum. One not to be missed.
4. An Evening with Take That
Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald continue their promotional tour of their latest album Wonderland with their own TV special. A whole night of the boys performing new songs and classic hits? What more do you want from a Saturday night in? Well, Robbie and Jason to return, but apart from that...
5. Child of Our Time
It's that time of year to catch up with these little irks, as Robert Winston sees what the kids of 2000 are getting up to now they've reached their 16th birthday. Considering all the debates surrounding millennials and they're obsession with Snapchat and selfie sticks, it could make an interesting watch for anyone over the age of 25. Perhaps not as good as the similar Up series, but still always a fascinating annual viewing.
2017.04.03 / 10:24