This week's best telly includes the third and final season of Ricky Gervais' After Life on Netflix, the return of hit ITV drama The Bay, a brand new gameshow hosted by Ant & Dec and more!
Here are 5 TV shows you can't miss this week...
1. Ant & Dec's Limitless Win
Saturday 8th January at 8.30pm on ITV
It's been over 10 years since they launched a new TV show, and having fronted other gameshows in the past, Ant & Dec will be hoping that Ant & Dec's Limitless Win, the first show in the world to have a limitless jackpot, will be a huge hit.
Every question is an opportunity to climb the endless money ladder and reach the big money. But only a correct answer banks the cash.
Push their luck too far and they’ll crash out of the game and lose it all. Packed with drama, jeopardy and real emotion, it’s quite literally the biggest prize ever conceived.
1/5 Continues weekly
Monday 10th January at 9pm on Sky Atlantic
This week sees the return of hit HBO drama Euphoria, for its second season. Created, written, and directed by Sam Levinson, it stars Zendaya as Rue Bennett, a recovering teenage drug addict struggling to find her place in the world.
This season, amidst the intertwining lives in the town of East Highland, 17-year-old Rue must find hope while balancing the pressures of love, loss, and addiction.
Zendaya leads an ensemble cast that also includes Maude Apatow, Angus Cloud, Eric Dane, Alexa Demie, Jacob Elordi, Barbie Ferreira, Nika King, Storm Reid, Hunter Schafer, Algee Smith and Sydney Sweeney.
1/8 Continues weekly
3. Rules of the Game
Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th January at 9pm on BBC One
After delivering what will inevitably end up being one of the best performances of 2022 in ITV drama Anne, Maxine Peake is already back on our screens in new BBC One thriller Rules of the Game, which is about sexual politics in the modern workplace.
She plays Chief Operating Officer Sam, who after a brutal death at her workplace, is forced to unpick the events that led to this moment, starting with the arrival of their newly hired HR Director, Maya, played by Rakhee Thakrar.
When Maya queries the work culture at Fly, Sam is adamant that nothing needs to change and that Maya’s focus should be on the upcoming stock market floatation. However, when an employee of Fly recalls the historic toxic behaviour at the company, Maya is shocked and becomes determined to uncover the truth.
1-2/4 Continues weekly. All episodes available at launch
4. The Bay
Wednesday 12th January at 9pm on ITV
As The Bay returns, DS Jenn Townsend, Morecambe’s new Family Liaison Officer, is immediately thrown into the deep end when a body washes up in the bay on her first day on the job.
She must get under the skin of a grieving and complicated family if she has any chance of solving the premature death of an aspiring young boxer, whilst also trying to fit in with Manning and the rest of the team.
At the same time, she has to navigate her blended family, who are struggling to settle in their new environment.
1/6 Continues weekly. All episodes available at launch
5. After Life
Friday 14th January on Netflix
For the first time in his career, Ricky Gervais has agreed to a third series of his hit Netflix series After Life, but as the five-time I Talk Telly Award-winning show, set in the small fictional town of Tambury returns, it will be for the final time.
Gervais returns as local newspaper writer Tony, whose life is upended after his wife, played by Kerry Godliman, dies from cancer. After contemplating suicide, Tony instead decides to live long enough to punish the world by saying and doing whatever he likes.
Series two saw Tony trying to become a better friend to those around him, whilst still struggling with immense grief and following the death of his father, series three sees Tony add to his grief whilst deciding how far to take his friendship with Emma, the nurse who looked after his dad.
The series also stars Jo Hartley, Tony Way, Diane Morgan, Ethan Lawrence, Ashley Jensen, Tom Basden, Joe Wilkinson, David Earl, Peter Egan and Penelope Wilton with guest stars including; Tim Key, Dave Hill, Wendy Albiston, Ricky Grover, Ben Hull, Cole Anderson-James and Kate Robbins.
1-6/6 All episodes available at launch