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This week's best telly sees the return of Suranne Jones to our screens in a brand new drama starring alongside Eve Best, Seth Rogen teams up with Rose Byrne for a new Apple TV+ comedy, and Natasha Lyonne leads Rian Johnson's new 10-part mystery-of-the-week series.

Elsewhere, The Great British Sewing Bee and The Kardashians both return.

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

1. Maryland

Monday 22nd to Wednesday 24th May at 9pm on ITV1

New ITV1 drama Maryland, written by Suranne Jones and Anne-Marie O'Connor follows a love story between two sisters Becca and Rosaline, played by Suranne Jones and Eve Best. Having forced their own lives, Becca and Rosaline grew distant through time and circumstance, until the discovery of their mother’s body on the Isle of Man reunites them.

Arriving in a place they have never visited and with no idea why their mother was there, the sisters begin to unravel the long-held secrets of a woman they thought they knew, whilst keeping their own secrets from each other.

Confined on the island and forced to face the life-changing consequences of their mother’s decisions, can Becca and Rosaline learn to love and respect one another all over again?

1-3/3 Continues nightly. All episodes available at launch

2. Platonic

Wednesday 24th May on Apple TV+

Apple TV+'s newest comedy, Platonic, stars Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne as a platonic pair of former best friends approaching midlife, who reconnect after a long rift. When the duo's friendship becomes all-consuming, it destabilises their lives in a hilarious way.

In addition to Rogen and Byrne, the ensemble cast includes Luke Macfarlane, Tre Hale, Andrew Lopez and Carla Gallo.

1-3/10 Continues weekly

3. The Great British Sewing Bee

Wednesday 24th May at 9pm on BBC One

12 brand new sewers follow the pattern for a twist top, transform office wear and create cut-out, made-to-measure dresses as The Great British Sewing Bee returns for its ninth series.

As Sara Pascoe welcomes the new sewers to the Sewing Bee in Leeds, judges Patrick Grant and Esme Young want to see how the newbies deal with 'Classics with a Twist'.

For their first Pattern Challenge, the sewers make a top with a twist at its centre, which is a straightforward construction with a tricky brain-teaser. And for the 90-minute Transformation Challenge, they take the office uniform, a pencil skirt and blouse, and give it their own personal twist to reflect their style.

Finally, in the Made to Measure round, the sewers meet their models for the first time and attempt to perfectly fit a dress that has cut-out details. Who will impress the judges and win Garment of the Week, and whose hopes of staying in the competition won’t last beyond week one?

1/10 Continues weekly

4. The Kardashians

Thursday 25th May on Disney+

As The Kardashians returns for its third season, so too do the cameras as Kris, Kourtney, Kim, Khloé, Kendall and Kylie invite viewers back into their lives as they navigate motherhood, co-parenting, and building their own empires.

Once again, their bond will be tested and tensions arise, but as a family, they will stand together through the storm.

1/10 Continues weekly

5. Poker Face

Friday 26th May at 9pm on Sky Max

Created, written, directed and executive produced by Rian Johnson, new 10-part mystery-of-the-week series Poker Face follows Charlie Cale, played by Natasha Lyonne, whohas an extraordinary ability to determine when someone is lying.

As she hits the road with her Plymouth Barracuda, every stop sees her encounter a new cast of characters and strange crimes she can’t help but solve.

Poker Face features a roster of guest stars, including; Adrien Brody, Charles Melton, Chloë Sevigny, Cherry Jones, Danielle MacDonald, Dascha Polanco, Ellen Barkin, Hong Chau, Jameela Jamil, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Judith Light, Lil Rel Howery, Niall Cunningham, Rowan Blanchard, Stephanie Hsu, Simon Helberg, Colton Ryan, S. Epatha Merkerson, Luis Guzman, John Ratzenberger, Nick Nolte, Tim Meadows, among others.

1/10 Continues weekly. All episodes available at launch


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