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WHAT TO WATCH 15-21 February

This week's best telly includes the final part of BBC One's latest Agatha Christie adaptation, David Schwimmer's highly anticipated TV sitcom return and the return of a BBC Three favourite.

Here are 7 shows you can’t miss this week...

1. The Masked Singer

Sunday 16th February at 9pm on BBC One

It's been the surprise hit of the year, has had us all guessing the identities of the celebrities hiding behind the mask and now The Masked Singer reaches its final as the identities of Queen Bee, Hedgehog and Octopus will finally be revealed.

So far, the unmaked celebrities have been Patsy Palmer, Alan Johnson, Justin Hawkins, Teddy Sheringham, Kelis, Skin, Jake Shears, Denise Van Outen and Cee Lo Green and for what it's worth, my final guesses are Nicola Roberts for Queen Bee, Jason Manford for Hedgehog and Katherine Jenkins for Octopus.

And for the first time ever, all twelve characters from this series will take to the stage for a one-off group performance to sing The Greatest Show from The Greatest Showman.


2. The Pale Horse

Sunday 16th February at 9pm on BBC One

It was chilling, it was twisted and it was bloody brilliant and this week sees the second and concluding part to Sarah Phelps' Agatha Christie adaptation The Pale Horse starring the magnificent Rufus Sewell grace our screens.

After finding his name on a list of names found in a dead woman's show, Mark continues to fear for his life and as his growing paranoia begins to haunt his dreams, can he uncover the secret of the witches at The Pale Horse before it’s too late?


3. This Country

Monday 17th February at 7pm on BBC Three and 10.35pm on BBC One

Sadly all good things must come to an end and this week This Country, the BBC Three mockumentary which explores modern life in a Cotswold village returns for its third and final series, with writers Daisy May Cooper and her brother Charlie back to play cousins Kerry and Kurtan Mucklowe.

As the documentary crew return to the village, they discover some very sad news about a popular local resident, Slugs, played by the late Michael Sleggs. (Find out more here)

Meanwhile, Kerry faces some financial difficulties and Kurtan steps in to help support her.


4. Cold Feet

Monday 17th February at 9pm on ITV

This week's final episode of Cold Feet is likely to be the last for quite some time, concluding a series which saw the aftermath of Jenny's cancer diagnosis as well as the ongoing relationship between Adam and Karen and the eventual mending of Adam and David's friendship.

Whilst Adam and Karen’s future is thrown into jeopardy by an unexpected offer, Jenny braces herself for her first post-treatment mammogram.

Elsewhere, Pete helps their son realise his dream and David is in turmoil over his growing feelings for Robyn.


5. Inside No.9

Monday 17th February at 10pm on BBC Two

It might be February, but this week's Inside No.9 episode, Love's Great Adventure takes us back to Christmas as Trevor and Julia, played by Steve Pemberton and Debbie Rush, struggle to make Christmas really special for their family this year as money is so tight.

As each door of the advent calendar opens, everyone will have to do their bit to make Christmas happen.


6. Curb Your Enthusiasm

Tuesday 18th February at 9pm on Sky Comedy

This week's episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm - which just gets better and better - is longer than usual, running at almost an hour and sees Larry's travel plans go awry when he brings an impromptu date to a destination wedding.

At the hotel, Larry finds himself in a sticky situation when he goes searching for a toothbrush.


7. Intelligence

Friday 21st February at 9pm and 9.30pm on Sky One

David Schwimmer's highly anticipated return to television sitcom arrives this week on Sky One as he stars alongside writer and creator Nick Mohammed in this workplace comedy set in the UK's GCHQ, where they tackle international and domestic Cyber Crime from a desktop.

But when Schwimmer's character Jerry joins the team from the US, a pompous, maverick NSA agent, he enlists an inept and tactless computer analyst Joseph, played by Nick Mohammed, in a power grab that threatens to disrupt the team’s ability to combat cyber terrorism.

Jerry's arrival immediately ruffles feathers, especially those of Director of Cyber Security Christine who is less keen with the shakeup and wants to know the real reason for his presence. As he looks to make his mark

Meanwhile, Jerry looks to make his mark by leading a series of team building exercises and in the second of this week's episodes, Joseph accidentally deletes the department personnel files forcing the entire team to redo their aptitude tests. Afraid of having to take a polygraph, Jerry attempts to run the test procedure himself

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