This week's best telly includes a front-row seat at an Adele concert, the return of I'm A Celeb as well as the Bake Off final and so much more!
Here are 7 TV shows you can't miss this week...
1. Strictly Come Dancing
Saturday 20th at 6.35pm and Sunday 21st November at 7.15pm on BBC One
Usually, this weekend would be when the celebs head to Blackpool to dance in the world-famous Blackpool Tower Ballroom. Instead, everyone's staying in Elstree and delivering us what promises to be a spectacular Musicals Week!
But sadly that's not the only change, as, for the first time ever in the show's 17-year history, Craig Revel-Horwood has been forced to miss Strictly after testing positive for Covid-19. All being well, he'll be back next week. He'll be replaced by multi-award winning singer and actor Cynthia Erivo for one week only as a guest judge.
The show opens with an incredible Cabaret-inspired routine from Strictly's professional dancers before the seven remaining couples take to the Ballroom floor live with more incredible routines from some of the most loved musicals of all time.
Sunday nights results show will open with a fantastic performance from Strictly's professional dancers to Defying Gravity, from the world smash-hit musical Wicked as well as a special music performance from the stars of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.
As always, the curtain will come down for one couple, as the two with the lowest combined score will face each other in the Dance Off. It’s never an easy decision for the Judges, but who will get another encore in the competition?
2. An Audience With Adele
Sunday 21st November at 7.25pm on ITV
With an incredible 11.5 million albums sold in the UK alone, Adele is one of the most successful UK artists of all time and to celebrate the release of her fourth studio album 30, she's taking to the London Palladium stage for a one-off concert in a UK TV exclusive.
The night will see Adele perform her current record-breaking single Easy On Me as well as more songs from her brand new album and of course, some of her classic hits.
The specially invited audience will be made up of friends, family, fans, her own personal heroes and heroines, fellow musicians, artists, actors, sportsmen, sportswomen and more.
3. I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
Sunday 21st November to Friday 26th November at 9pm on ITV
It's that time of year again as I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! is back and following the success of the 2020 series and the ongoing uncertainties around Covid-19, the show returns to the historic Gwrych Castle in Abergele in North Wales, with Ant & Dec - of course - returning as hosts.
The 10 celebrities entering the castle this year are football legend David Ginola, broadcaster and former BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin, BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ Snoochie Shy, TV presenter and journalist Richard Madeley, Loose Women star and member of The Saturdays Frankie Bridge, Paralympic Gold medallist Kadeena Cox MBE, Olympic Gold medallist Matty Lee, music producer Naughty Boy, Emmerdale star Danny Miller and Chorographer and former Strictly judge Dame Arlene Phillps.
As ever, the celebrities will be undertaking gruelling trials and fun-filled challenges to win food and treats as they hope to follow in the footsteps of Giovanna Fletcher and become the new King or Queen of the castle.
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4. Emma and AJ Get to Work
Monday 22nd November at 8pm on W
With AJ Odudu currently dazzling audiences on Strictly and Emma Willis gearing up for a new series of The Voice UK in the new year, the good friends have joined forces for Emma and AJ Get to Work, in which they hit the road to meet people piecing their lives back together post-lockdown.
They lend a helping hand to families who need to get their businesses back on track, mucking in with everything from sheep shearing to party planning and scrubbing loos to drumming up sales.
In the first episode, Emma and AJ are in Wales, as they help two brothers, trying to restore a much-loved seaside pier. They need to throw a party to bring the community back to the arcades and ice cream parlours, and to get the tills ringing again after lockdown.
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5. The Great British Bake Off Final
Tuesday 23rd November at 8pm on Channel 4
Twelve bakers started the competition, but after nine weeks only one can be crowned the winner of The Great British Bake Off 2021, with Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood having the unenviable task of choosing between Chief Engineer Giuseppe, originally from Italy who now lives in Bristol, Client Relationship Manager Crystelle, born in northwest London to Kenyan born, Portuguese-Goan parent and Sales Manager Chigs from Leicestershire, who taught himself how to break during the first lockdown of 2020!
For the three remaining bakers, the stakes couldn't be higher, as Paul and Prue set three challenges that will test every aspect of their baking skills starting with a classic Signature, where they have the chance to show if they can create a carrot cake worthy of winning.
And after a Belgium Technical, they're tasked for the final Showstopper to create a baked banquet fit for the Mad Hatter's tea party.
6. Selling Sunset
Wednesday 24th November on Netflix
One of Netflix's breakout hits in 2020 was Selling Sunset, a reality series set in the world of LA’s high-end real estate which follows seven of the city's most successful female realtors who all work under the same roof at the #1 agency in the Hollywood Hills and the Sunset Strip.
After what feels like FOREVER, the series is back as we find out what the ladies are up to now and nothing changes, they're all still doing whatever it takes to make it to the top of their game, all while trying to keep their personal lives intact. And of course, they work hard and play harder and we get to see it all.
This season, the ladies deal with even more mind-blowing mansions, shocking new romances, and explosive truths that will change their lives, relationships and careers forever.
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Friday 26th November at 9pm on BBC One
In this new one-off programme, six famous women spanning different age ranges, backgrounds and experiences come together in Leeds to tackle some of the most hotly contested issues.
Broadcaster Kirsty Wark is joined by dancer Shirley Ballas, writer Chidera Eggerue, businesswoman Jacqueline Gold, singer Sinitta Malone and comedian Suzi Ruffell. Together, they want to explore the role of women and their place in society.
They share their personal experiences and meet people who challenge their views on consent, coercive control, cosmetic surgery, women’s safety on the streets, trans rights, sex work and childcare.
And with women making their voices heard and making headline news, urgent questions have been raised about what it is to be a woman at home, at work and in love. Over 50 years ago, the Equal Pay Act and the Women’s Liberation movement promised change. But is life better or worse for women today?