This week, Celebrity Juice goes live, Red Nose Day arrives and Line Of Duty is back for a fourth series.
Here are the 7 shows you have to watch this week...
Monday 20th March at 9pm on ITV
As we reach the halfway point of what’s turning out to be a brilliant final series of Broadchurch, Trish returns to the scene of the crime but will she remember anything more about the attack?
DC Katie Harford discovers a strong lead, a new suspect who doesn’t have an alibi. And when Cath is questioned by Ellie and Hardy, she reveals interesting new information about the night of her party.
Finally, there’s a breakthrough as Hardy and Ellie get a match on the male DNA found on Trish. When an unknown woman walks into the police station and is interviewed by Ellie and Hardy, she delivers some devastating new information.
2. Inside No. 9
Tuesday 21st March at 10pm on BBC Two
In the final Inside No.9 of the series, Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith find themselves in a mysteriously exclusive art exhibition.
It’s the night of Elliot Quinn’s valedictory show, Fragments. An unlikely group of individuals find themselves in The Nine Gallery in East London for champagne, canapés, and cutting-edge culture. However, the guests soon realise they are trapped within the exhibition.
Guest stars in this final film include Felicity Kendal, Fiona Shaw and Morgana Robinson.
Tuesday 21st March at 10pm on Channel 4
Seemingly back in the swing of a fully functioning relationship, Rob and Sharon receive a surprising dinner invitation from estranged couple Fran and Chris.
Elsewhere, Sharon has a check-up with a less than empathetic doctor and Rob's dark secret is uncovered by Chris.
4. Celebrity Juice: Live
Thursday 23rd March at 10pm on ITV2
The last time Celebrity Juice went live I was there in the audience to witness the madness for myself, this time I’ll be watching from home.
This time to kick off series 17, yes series SEVENTEEN, Keith Lemon, Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton are back with yet another live episode. What could possibly go wrong?!
In an hour-long special, Keith and the team will serve up the naughtiest comedy panel show, live from Elstree studios direct to the ITV2 audience. Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby are back as resident team captains to do battle for the title of queen of the week’s celebrity news and series regular Gino ‘Sheffield’ D’Acampo is on hand to help out, as only he knows best.
Joining them in the studio will be chatshow King Jonathan Ross and Queen of the Jungle Scarlett Moffatt, while a whole host of celebrity friends are set to help in the usual run of chaotic challenges throughout the rest of the series.
5. Red Nose Day 2017
Friday 24th March at 7:30pm on BBC One
The big day has finally arrived - Red Nose Day 2017. Hosted at The O2, Sir Lenny Henry will launch proceedings with a very special opening sequence before the biggest comedy party on the planet gets underway with special guests, films and skits featuring everything from James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke to a special Smack The Pony reunion plus the much anticipated follow up to Love Actually - Red Nose Day Actually.
Other presenters include Joe Lycett, Rob Beckett, Romesh Ranganathan, Warwick Davis, Sally Phillips, Jonathan Ross and French & Saunders and there'll be music from Ed Sheeran, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and Emeli Sande.
Other highlights include a special Hot Tub segment from Greg Davis, new stand up from Russell Brand, Graham Norton interviewing a gaggle of guests on a supersized sofa, and Noel Fielding and Jonathan Ross sharing some special Red Nose Day Musical Memories in a segment called Fantastic Beats & Where to Find Them.
Also, throughout the night there will be a look at how Red Nose Day makes a huge difference to those living unimaginably tough lives in the UK and across the world’s poorest communities, and how money raised this Red Nose Day will help to change the lives of many more.
Sunday 26th March from 10am on BBC Three
In the latest episode of Clique, Holly is finally getting comfortable. Her relationship with Rory has stepped up and her friendship with the girls feels ever more real. But when an awful truth surfaces, all that is shattered.
Now Holly finds herself not knowing where to turn or who to trust. The warning messages she has been receiving intensify and the identity of their sender is more mysterious than ever.
At a party to celebrate Georgia’s achievements at Solasta, Holly finds herself at odds with the jolly atmosphere and things reach a vicious end.
7. Line Of Duty
Sunday 26th March at 9pm on BBC One
Line Of Duty is finally back this week for its fourth series and it’s been promoted from BBC Two to BBC One and moves from Thursday nights to Sundays.
Thandie Newton joins the cast as DCI Roz Huntley. When she captures a serial killer, Forensic Coordinator Tim Ifield, played by Jason Watkins, alerts AC-12 to a possible miscarriage of justice.
The series begins with DCI Roz Huntley and her team in the thick of a career-defining case, Operation Trapdoor.
Under intense pressure to catch the culprit and prove herself to her superiors, and facing conflict with her colleague, Forensic Coordinator Tim Ifield, it’s not long before AC-12 decide to probe her handling of the investigation. A mother of two and wife to husband Nick (Lee Ingleby), Roz will do anything to stop her life unravelling. Anything.