This week's best telly includes more I'm A Celeb, a gripping Channel 5 drama and another weekend of Strictly.
Here are 7 shows you can’t miss this week...
1. I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
Every night at 9pm on ITV
As this year's celebrities including Caitlyn Jenner, Ian Wright, Kate Garraway and Nadine Coyle settle into camp, Ant & Dec will be on hand every single night with the latest jungle highlights.
And with two late arrivals heavily rumoured... who will they be? And when will they enter?
2. Cold Call
Monday 18th - Thursday 21st November at 9pm on Channel 5
Sally Lindsay stars in Channel 5's new gripping four-part thriller Cold Call as a working-class single mother and carer who becomes the victim of a cold call scam.
June is an ordinary woman who falls victim to fraud and loses her life savings. Determined to get her money back and seek revenge on the perpetrators, June wants to get to the bottom of the criminal enterprise that targeted her, regardless of the consequences.
After attending a support group for victims of such scams, she meets old school mate Des Grigsby (played by Daniel Ryan) who persuades her to take a job caring for the mother of respected businessman Kirk Wiley, who he suspects is involved in the criminal enterprise that targeted both of them.
3. Flirty Dancing
Friday 22nd November at 8pm on Channel 4
It's the most joyful show on television and this week Ashley Banjo matches 44-year-old kickboxing car sales exec Nigel from Bournemouth, with Brighton-based PE teacher Emma.
With both of them fed up of being alone without a plus one, Ashley choreographs a romantic and sensual dance with no hiding places.
Also entrusting Ashley with their dating destinies are 23-year-old Toby and 25-year-old executive Courtney. Toby has been unlucky in love and has been hurt in the past and Courtney has recently moved to London from the suburbs of Kent, harbouring romantic dreams of bumping into her ideal partner on the tube.
They're both keen to find the one, so Ashley creates a fast-paced and energetic routine with elements of passion and intimacy.
4. Would I Lie to You?
Friday 22nd November at 9.30pm on BBC One
Postponed due to a Question Time special.
It's one of the best panel shows on telly and what makes Would I Lie to You? even better is the episode where Bob Mortimer is a guest and thankfully that episode is this week!
Also joining host Rob Brydon and team captains Lee Mack and David Mitchell this week, are Jay Blades, Sue Johnston and Alice Levine.
As ever they'll be revealing amazing stories about themselves. But are they telling the truth, or are they making it all up? It's up to the other team to decide!
5. Strictly Come Dancing
Saturday 23rd at 7pm & Sunday 24th November at 7.15pm on BBC One
After last week's Blackpool extravaganza, it's back to Elstree for the remaining of the competition as only six couples remain in this year's Strictly Come Dancing.
There's a very special performance from the one and only Bruno Tonioli, who will be welcoming them back to the Strictly ballroom with a rendition of Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, accompanied by a dazzling dance number from the Strictly pros.
Then it's back to business, as the ballroom battle heats up as the six remaining couples take to the floor to impress Shirley Ballas, Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and Motsi Mabuse and the audience at home.
On Sunday night, two more couples will face the dance off and one couple will be leaving the competition and there'll also be a performance from Andrea Bocelli.
6. Michael McIntyre's Big Show
Saturday 23rd November at 8.10pm on BBC One
Filmed in front of a live studio audience in The London Palladium, Michael McIntyre returns to Saturday nights with more celebrity guests, musical performances and a few extra surprises along the way.
This week, global superstar Liam Payne will perform his new song Stack it Up and survival expert Bear Grylls will face one of his toughest challenges as he hands over his phone to Michael for Send To All.,
Plus there'll be an amazing surprise for the Unexpected Star, as they get the opportunity to perform live in front of over 2,000 people on stage at the Palladium.
7. His Dark Materials
Sunday 24th November at 8pm on BBC One
As BBC One's epic adaptation of His Dark Materials continues, Lyra and the Gyptians arrive in the North.
They seek the help of the Witches’ Consul, Texan aeronaut Lee Scoresby, played by Lin-Manuel Miranda and an armoured bear in service to the town.