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This week’s best telly includes more Love Island, the end of Humans and a brand new series for Keith Lemon. Here are 7 shows you can’t miss this week...

1. Love Island

Monday 2nd - Friday 6th and Sunday 8th July at 9pm on ITV2

After what has to have been the most dramatic week in Love Island history, Jack and Dani are the only couple to have survived betrayal.

As we reach the halfway point of the competition, the other islanders will be hoping to find someone they can spend the next four weeks with or risk being dumped from the island.

2. Stath Lets Flats

Wednesday 4th July at 9pm on Channel 4

As Stath Lets Flats continues, Stath is still struggling to let any flats.

So you can imagine his delight when his dad gives him a garden flat to let in a desirable area. Thinking it will sell itself, Stath only books one viewing.

However the viewing doesn’t go to plan when they see the garden. Meanwhile Sophie and Al get closer while trying to help Stath with the job.

Read my interview with Jamie Demetriou here.


3. This Is Us

Wednesday 4th July at 9pm on More 4

It's no surprise really that Channel 4 have buried the second series of This Is Us, onto More 4, after the way they treated the first series in their schedule.

Still, it's better than not having it at all I guess? Series two picks up as the Big Three celebrate their 37th birthdays. Randall and Beth debate a huge life change, Kate takes the first steps in pursuing a new passion, and Kevin balances the demands of his career and relationship.

Meanwhile, Jack and Rebecca deal with the fallout from their big fight.


4. Humans

Thursday 5th July at 9pm on Channel 4

This series of Humans has been a definite return to form and this week the series ends with what promises to be a dramatic finale.

It's a race against time to stop Basswood and Laura must put her reputation and life on the line if she is going to have any hope of saving the Synths, but is she willing to give up her family and her freedom?

Niska has reached her journey's end, but when the source of the mystery is revealed, has her real journey only just begun? Mia, Leo and Max stand together in final battle, but will they make it out alive?

And when the world learns of the atrocities that are taking place, will the fate of Synths change forever?


5. Keith Lemon: Coming in America

Thursday 5th July at 10pm on ITV2

Keith Lemon returns to our screens this week with Keith Lemon: Coming in America, a brand new show in which he heads to LA to try and break America.

With a documentary film crew recording his every move, the series will chart Keith’s journey as he attempts to realise his ultimate dream of hosting his own US chat show.

Keith will also be taking some of his favourite sketch alter-egos along for the ride too including The Urban Fox, The Big Fat Gypsy Kardashians and of course David Dickinson.

He'll also be joined by a number of familiar faces including Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts, Spice Girl Emma Bunton, Sharon and Jack Osbourne, Spencer Pratt, John Barrowman and Gene Simmons.


6. John Bishop: In Conversation With...

Thursday 5th July at 10pm on W

This week, comedian John Bishop returns to W with a brand new series of In Conversation With... and he's kicking things off with Stephen Manderson better known as rapper and documentary maker Professor Green.

Across the hour, he reflects on his early battle rapping days, the impact of his father’s suicide, and how his life-threatening stabbing and collapse of his marriage affected him.

Guests for the rest of the series are Cuba Gooding Jr, Ruth Jones, Will Young, Gabby Logan, Katherine Ryan, Alesha Dixon, Martine McCutcheon, Paddy McGuinness and Brendan Cole.


7. This Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan

Sunday 8th July at 9pm on BBC Two

This week, in The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan, Romesh is heading to East Africa to discover if Ethiopia's reputation as a place of famine and drought, is justified.

Met by local anthropologist, Romesh heads on a journey across this vast country, visiting ancient rock churches, scientific oddities, Rastafarians and camels to get a unique insider’s guide.

Along the way he experiences local wellness treatments that he worries will damage his reproductive capacity, an eye cleansing doctor, and traditional rhyming jazz musicians who have a lot of fun insulting him in front of an audience.



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