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"Please do not swurrrr!"

This week's best telly includes the long-awaited return of Celebrity Big Brother, the biggest night in music and a second series of the brilliant Extraordinary on Disney+.

Elsewhere, Drama launches its first original drama, The Marlow Murder Club and Guy Ritchie launches his new Netflix drama, The Gentlemen, inspired by the original film with the same

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

1. The BRIT Awards 2024

Saturday 2nd March at 8.30pm on ITV1

After hosting the show for two hears, Mo Gilligan has stepped away from hosting The BRIT Awards to make way for not one, not two, but three new presenters! Hosting this year, live from the O2 Arena in London will be Clara Amfo, Maya Jama and Roman Kemp.

Confirmed to be performing on the night are; Calvin Harris & Ellie Goulding, Becky Hill and Chase & Status, Dua Lipa, Jungle, RAYE, Tate McRae, Rema and Kylie Minogue who will also receive the Global Icon Award.


2. Celebrity Big Brother

Monday 4th March to Friday 8th March at 9pm on ITV1

"Celebrity Big Brother house, this is AJ. Please do not swurrr!" - that's right, after almost six years off our screens, Celebrity Big Brother is back, this time on ITV1 and it's all kicking off with a live (yes, LIVE) launch show which will see hosts AJ Odudu and Will Best welcome a new group of celebrities into the Big Brother house.

Leaving luxury behind, the celebrities will take part in nominations and tough tasks with cameras capturing their every move. Who will win the hearts of the nation, go all the way to the finish line and be crowned the winner?

With rumoured names including Louis Walsh, Sharon Osbourne, Fern Britton, Nikita Kuzmin and more, this series promises to be unmissable.

The first live eviction show will be on Friday 8th March and each night, Celebrity Big Brother: Late & Live will follow the main show on ITV2, and remains the only place to watch the famous evictees first live interview. And the Celebrity Big Brother: Live Stream will also return to ITVX, seven nights a week.

1-5/15 Continues nightly (except for Saturdays)

3. Extraordinary

Wednesday 6th March on Disney+

It's the hit Disney+ comedy about being young and finding your feet in a confusing world, when all you’ll ever be is ‘ordinary’ and this week Extraordinary returns for its secoind series.

For those who missed the first series, it centres around Jen, a young, painfully self-aware woman, who lives in a world where everyone has a superpower... except her. 10 years ago, everyone over the age of 18 got their superpower. But Jen at 25 is still waiting to get hers. She’d take anything at this point.

Adrift in a big, confusing world and armed with nothing but a bit of hope, a lot of desperation and her flatmates, Jen begins her journey to find her maybe-superpower. But in doing so, she might discover the joy of being just kind of OK.

Series two picks up where the first series spectacularly left off as we follow Jen, played by Máiréad Tyers, on her powers journey as she enrols as a client at the power clinic. Soon, Jen discovers that the process of finding her power isn’t as easy as she hoped, and things in the rest of her life aren’t smooth sailing either.

Ex-cat, now-boyfriend Jizzlord, played by Luke Rollason, has had an unexpected revelation about his past, and Kash, played by Bilal Hasna. and Carrie, played by Sofia Oxenham, are attempting to be totally mature and dignified about their break-up, which is not easy when they’re still living under the same roof.

It seems that Jen and the gang are dealing with new levels of adulting and chaos that none of them are prepared for.

1-8/8 All episodes available at launch

4. The Marlow Murder Club

Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th March at 8pm on Drama

Written by Death in Paradise creator Robert Thorogood, and based on his novels of the same name, The Marlow Murder Club launches this week on Drama with a special two-part series.

Samantha Bond plays retired archaeologist Judith Potts who lives in alone in a faded mansion in the peaceful town of Marlow, filling her time setting crosswords for the local paper. During one of her regular evening swims in the river, Judith hears agunshot coming from her neighbours’ garden, and believes a brutal murder has taken place.

When the local police are reluctant to believe her story, Judith finds herself forming an unexpected friendship with local dog-walker and emptynester Suzie, played by Jo Martin and unfulfilled vicar’s wife Becks, played by Cara Horgan. Together they team up to start and investgation of their own.

After recovering uncovering a vital piece of evidence, the trio are brought in as civilian advisors to assist the official police investigation, led by newly promoted DS Tanika Malik, played by Natalie Dew, who is under pressure to prove herself to her superiors.

As the bodies begin to pile up, the unlikely group of sleuths must use all of their skills to piece together clues, grill suspects, and face down real dangers as they race against the clock to stop the killer in their tracks.

1-2/2 Continues nightly

5. The Gentlemen

Thursday 7th March on Netflix

This week sees the launch of Guy Ritchie's new drama The Gentlemen, inspired by the original film with the same title, the series doesn't star the original characters and instead, follows Eddie Horniman, played by Theo James, who unexpectedly inherits his father’s sizeable country estate, only to discover it’s part of a cannabis empire.

Moreover, a host of unsavoury characters from Britain’s criminal underworld want a piece of the operation. Determined to extricate his family from their clutches, Eddie tries to play the gangsters at their own game. However, as he gets sucked into the world of criminality, he begins to find a taste for it.

It also stars Kaya Scodelario, Daniel Ings, Joely Richardson, Vinnie Jones, Giancarlo Esposito, Chanel Cresswell, Michael Vu, Max Beesley, Jasmine Blackborow, Harry Goodwins, Dar Salim, Pearce Quigley, Ruby Sear and Peter Serafinowicz.

1-8/8 All episodes available at launch


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