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Time to meet Queenie!

This week's best telly includes the highly anticipated Channel 4 adaptation of Candice Carty-Williams' bestselling novel Queenie, as well as the return of Love Island and Tell Me Everything.

Elsewhere, it's time to crown this year's Britain's Got Talent champion and BBC One launch their new drama, Lost Boys & Fairies.

Here are 5 TV shows you can't miss this week...

1. Britain's Got Talent

Sunday 2nd June at 7.30pm on ITV1


After weeks of auditions and a dramatic week of live semi-finals, it's time to crown this year's Britain's Got Talent winner! But who will it be?

The acts hoping to win that £250,000 prize money and a spot on the bill at this year's Royal Variety Performance, are Innocent Masuku, Ssaulabi Performance Troupe, Jack Rhodes, Haribow, Sydnie Christmas, Mike Woodhams, Abigail and Afronitaaa, Northants Sings Out, Alex Mitchell and Trixy.

Plus, the wildcard is back as the judges get to choose one act from the semi-finals to return to the final. But who will it be? All will be revealed on Sunday.


2. Lost Boys & Fairies

Monday 3rd June at 9pm on BBC One


Launching this week on BBC One is new drama Lost Boys & Fairies which follows Gabriel and his partner Andy, played by Sion Daniel Young and Fra Fee, as they adopt their first child.

But Gabriel has a history and he will need to embark upon a journey of self-discovery and attempt to repair his relationship with his dad before he can truly begin to parent 7-year-old Jake.

Created and written by Daf James, Lost Boys & Fairies promises to be a tender, glittering story of singer and artiste extraordinaire Gabriel, Andy and their adoption journey and will also star Elizabeth Berrington, Sharon D Clarke, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Arwel Gruffydd, Shaheen Jafargholi, Mali Ann Rees, William Thomas, Gwyneth Keyworth and Gwawr Loader.

1/3 Continues weekly. All episodes available at launch

3. Love Island

Monday 3rd to Friday 7th June at 9pm on ITV2


It's that time of year again, where we get ready to surrender our summer over to Love Island which returns for its 11th, with the launch show also airing on ITV1.

With everyone’s favourite villa ready and waiting and Maya Jama back as host, it's time to meet the brand new sexy singles who'll be coupling up in the hope of winning that £50k prize. But with plenty of bombshells expected along the way, we'll soon find out if any of these will find love in the villa.

1-5/ Continues nightly (except for Saturdays)

4. Queenie

Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th June at 10pm and 10.35pm on Channel 4


Based on the bestselling novel by Candice Carty-Williams, Channel 4's new 8-part drama Queenie stars Dionne Brown as Queenie Jenkins, a twenty-five-year-old Jamaican British woman living in South London, straddling two cultures and slotting neatly into neither.

After a messy break-up from her long-term boyfriend Tom, played by Jon Pointing, Queenie seeks comfort in all the wrong places and begins to realise she has to face the past head-on before she can rebuild.

Samuel Adewunmi plays Frank, a man with his own van and grand plans in life. He’s from ends, is invested in his community and he’s known Queenie since her High School days. And Bellah makes her screen debut as Kyazike, Queenie’s longest-serving best friend from school.

Elsewhere, Sally Phillips plays Gina, the hard-bitten Editor at Queenie’s work The Daily Read, Tilly Keeper plays Queenie’s colleague Darcy, Elisha Applebaum plays Queenie’s best friend from university Cassandra and Mim Shaikh plays our resident wideboy Adi.

For Queenie’s family, Llewella Gideon will play Grandma Veronica, Michelle Greenidge plays Aunty Maggie and Cristale De’Abreu makes her TV debut as Queenie’s little cousin Diana.

1-4/8 Continues weekly. All episodes available at launch

5. Tell Me Everything

Thursday 6th June at 10.05pm on ITV2


As Tell Me Everything returns, we pick up where the first series left off as we discover that Jonny and his family have moved to Hitchin. A new house, new college, and a fresh start. Continuing his journey of recovery, Jonny has started to make friends with other students at college, Naisha, Dylan, Ella and Bex.

Ella is impulsive, often putting herself in dangerous situations and in the first episode is devastated when an exposing video goes viral. Naisha is newly single, and although she claims to be happy about this, she’s often the third wheel to best-friend Dylan and his boyfriend Tommy.

Dylan has spent several years of his life in care and he is staying at best friend Naisha’s, despite hating the feeling of being the charity case that this gives him. And Bex, who is also new to Jonny’s college, is unsure of herself around this new gang.

Together, they face the highs and lows, trials and tribulations of teenage life at Hitchin college.

1/6 Continues weekly. All episodes available at launch


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