This week's best telly includes more I'm A Celeb, an exclusive interview with Elton John and the return of Jane McDonald!
Here are 7 shows you can’t miss this week...
1. I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
Every night at 9pm on ITV
We're now a week in to this year's I'm A Celeb which has seen some very open conversations with Caitlyn Jenner, a lot of tears, terror and triumph for Jacqueline Jossa and a misunderstanding between Andrew Maxwell and Ian Wright.
What will the jungle celebs get up to this week? Who'll be the first to utter those famous words "I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!" and who'll be the first to leave the jungle? You'll have to watch to find out.
2. Vic & Bob's Big Night Out
Wednesday 27th November at 10pm on BBC Four
Vic & Bob’s Big Night Out is back for another series as the legendary duo provide songs, sketches and silliness in buckets.
In the first episode, Bob takes us back to the ‘80s with a very special performance and the Ghost Hunters are on the prowl again.
Plus Judge Nutmeg dispenses punishment to one unsuspecting audience member.
3. Elton John: Uncensored
Thursday 28th November at 9pm on BBC One
In this world exclusive, Sir Elton John sits down with Graham Norton to look back on his extraordinary life and career which spans over 50 years.
This exclusive 60-minute film, shot at his home in the South of France while on a break from his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, sees Elton share many candid, personal and laugh-out-loud stories, as the pair revisit Elton’s classic archive performances, interviews and accolades.
The revealing film also features previously unseen footage from the 1970s of Elton performing Rocket Man on Top Of The Pops.
Elton tells Graham about his childhood growing up in Pinner as Reg Dwight, and reflects on his rise to global super stardom in the 1970s. He also shares musical memories from the 80s and 90s and describes the highs and lows which superstardom brought him.
Elton talks about the important friendships in his life, including how he and Rod Stewart have been laughing with each other (as well as at each other) for over 40 years. Speaking openly about the battles with addiction and his recent battle with prostate cancer, Elton also talks about the positive effect that fatherhood has had on his life and how he’d like to spend his time in the future, both on and off the stage.
Thursday 28th November at 10pm and 10.35pm on Sky Atlantic
Tim Minchin stars in this new comedy drama about family outcast Lucky Flynn who learns that his mother is dying and decides to drive to the other side of Australia to see her, packing nothing but an upright piano for the journey.
But his plans are soon turned upside down when he meets the runaway teenager Meg, who’s dealing with some family demons of her own. Together they forge an unlikely friendship, as they embark on a road-trip adventure across the Nullarbor Plains in a race against time.
Along the way they encounter feral camels, a magical pink lake, highway thieves, cliff-top parties, a speed-loving truckie, an underworld fight ring, suspicious cops, and the world’s most musically appreciative motorcycle gang. Over eight hot days, Lucky and Meg drive, hitch and scam their way across the scorching desert continent – with the upright piano never leaving their side - on a journey that will ultimately make them both feel more at peace with everything in life that they’ve been kicking against.
5. Cruising with Jane McDonald
Friday 29th November at 9pm on Channel 5
She's Adele's luxury item in I'm A Celeb, but this week Jane McDonald is taking to the seas once more as Cruising with Jane McDonald returns for a sixth series.
In this week's opening episode, Jane uncovers a little-known cruise route in the Great Lakes of America and Canada.
6. Strictly Come Dancing
Saturday 30th & Sunday 1st December on BBC One
We've had Movie Week, Halloween and Blackpool, but now it's the time for Borehamwood to become Broadway as Strictly embraces all things musical!
Kicking things off on Saturday night will be Craig Revel-Horwood who'll be donning his glad-rags, leading the judges, pros and celebs in a group dance to a musical medley from Hello, Dolly! And with the final just weeks away, the competition really heats up as five must become four.
On Sunday night two more couples will face the dreaded dance-off and miss out on a place in next week's semi-final. There'll also be musical performances from British soul icon Beverley Knight and Tony Award-winner Idina Menzel.
7. His Dark Materials
Sunday 1st December at 8pm on BBC One
As BBC One's epic adaptation of His Dark Materials continues, the alethiometer sends Lyra and Iorek on a new path.
This path leads to a shocking but vital clue in her search to find her friend Roger and the other missing children.