This week’s best telly includes another week of I'm A Celeb, a brand new BBC One drama starring Ruth Wilson and a new comedy on BBC Three. Here are 7 shows you can’t miss this week...
1. I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
Monday 26th November - Sunday 2nd December at 9pm (9:30pm on Saturday) on ITV
We're only a week in to this year's I'm A Celeb , but already it's shaping up to be the best series yet!
The line-up for this year's series had so much promise on paper and luckily it's delivering, and that was before they put TV legend Noel Edmonds in there and made him the Emperor.
As the campmates enter their second week in the jungle, expect more Bushtucker Trials, more Dingo Dollar Challenges and if it's to follow the same timings as 2017, then expect the first eliminations from camp!
2. People Just Do Nothing
Monday 26th November at 10pm on BBC Two
This week, as the fifth and final series of People Just Do Nothing continues, the Kurupt FM lot decide to film a music video for Heart Monitor Riddem.
With the track set to be their big break, they enlist Chabuddy as director, but when his vision doesn't go to plan they are forced to improvise.
The stakes have never been higher for Beats, while Miche and Roche travel to Essex to view a potential flat.
3. Mrs Wilson
Tuesday 27th November at 9pm on BBC One
This week, Ruth Wilson stars in Mrs Wilson, a new three-part BBC One drama based on the life of her own grandmother.
It’s 1963, and Alison Wilson (Ruth Wilson) returns home to find husband Alexander (Iain Glen) dead. Blinded by grief, Alison is bewildered when a woman unexpectedly arrives at the door, claiming to be Alec’s ‘real wife’ Gladys (Elizabeth Rider).
Alison embarks on a mission to discover who her husband really was. But by dissecting their wartime romance whilst working for the secret service, and learning about his mysterious past in India, it soon becomes clear to Alison that Alec died holding his secrets close to his chest.
Alison is left craving the truth as she makes discoveries that threaten to tear her carefully crafted world apart.
4. Vic and Bob's Big Night Out
Wednesday 28th November at 10pm on BBC Four
After a successful one-off episode last Christmas, legendary double-act Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer burst back onto our screens this week with a brand new four-part series of Big Night Out.
Expect half an hour of mischief, fun and mayhem including sketches, songs, eye-popping special effects, ridiculous fights and clever stunts all packed into this fast-paced studio show. Fans will rejoice at the return of some old favourites, including Novelty Island and the contestants entering the paddock this series will certainly not disappoint.
In the opening episode, Vic & Bob interrupt a couple’s cosy dinner date in the studio with a lively song and dance routine. Vic reveals his hitherto unseen circus skills and impressionist abilities while Bob makes a very revealing confession to a reverend who might be hiding a secret himself.
Later they are interrupted by Tom Cruise, who appears to be performing a stunt just up the road but seems to be more interested in what these pair are up to in the studio.
Thursday 29th November from 10am on BBC Three and Friday 30th November at 11:35pm on BBC One
Enterprice began as a pilot last year and this week launches as a four-part boxset on BBC Three and will also get a BBC One repeat every Friday night.
In the first episode, Kazim (Kayode Ewumi) and Jeremiah's (Trieve Blackwood-Cambridge) fledgling delivery business, Speedi-Kazz, has won the opportunity to pitch for £20k in front of some of London’s most successful entrepreneurs.
But what’s the best approach? Slick and professional? Or cool and calm? Either way, Kaz doesn’t think they should be begging for the money.
As the series continues, Kazim attends his school reunion, cameos in a music video and Jerry returns to university.
6. Live at the Apollo
Thursday 29th November at 10pm on BBC Two
This week's episode of Live at the Apollo is hosted by Gina Yashere who introduces Lost Voice Guy and Ed Gamble to the stage.
Other acts to appear throughout the series include: Jamali Maddix, Fern Brady, Sindhu Vee, Sarah Millican, Gary Delaney, Laura Lexx, Ahir Shah, Phil Wang, Rachel Parris, Brennan Reece, Kerry Godliman, Suzi Ruffell and Loyiso Gola.
7. Strictly Come Dancing
Saturday 1st at 7:05pm and Sunday 2nd December at 7:20pm on BBC Two
With just a week to go until the semi-final, it’s time to face the music and dance as this week Strictly Come Dancing goes to the musicals.
Saturday night's show begins with a group performance celebrating Mamma Mia! and the six remaining couples perform a selection of routines from hit stage shows in a bid to secure their spot in the competition.
Always ready to critique the couples are the awesome foursome; Craig Revel Horwood, Dame Darcey Bussell, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli. But as ever, it's not all down to the judges as the viewers continue to make up half of the votes.
Sunday night's show begins with a group routine in which the professional dancers pay tribute to the genius of Bob Fosse, before the two couples with the lowest scores face each other in the dance-off.
There'll also be a musical performance from Adam Lambert who'll be singing a Queen classic from the musical We Will Rock You.