What To Watch W/C Monday 15th May

This week is full of exciting TV to get stuck into …

Whether its comedy, Reality TV or the thrill of life after an apocalypse you are into we are seasons deep in all the great shows listed below.

Fear The Walking Dead: S8 – Monday 15th May @ 9pm | AMC on BT

To reignite everyone’s belief in a better world, Morgan (Lennie James) and Madison set out to rescue a now eight-year old Mo from PADRE.

Waterloo Road: S12 – Tuesday 16th May @ 8pm | BBC One

Affairs, scandals, blackmail and many, many headteachers. Who said education was easy? Starring Angela Griffin, Vincent Jerome and Alicia Forde.

Abbott Elementary: S2b – Wednesday 17th May | Disney+

The mockumentary follows the lives of the teachers at predominantly Black Philadelphia public school Willard R. Abbott Elementary School, with a particular focus on optimistic second-grade teacher Janine Teagues. Starring Quinta Brunson, Tyler James Williams, Sheryl Lee Ralph and Janelle James.

High Desert – Wednesday 17th May | Apple TV+

Follows Peggy, an on-again-off-again addict After the death of her mother who she lived with in the desert town of Yucca Valley, Peggy decides to make a new start and to become a private investigator. With Weruche Opia.

The Chi: S5 – Wednesday 17th May | Disney+

Coming-of-age drama series centred on a group of residents who become linked by coincidence but bonded by the need for connection and redemption.

Best of Enemies: National Theatre Live – Thursday 18th May | In cinemas

In 1968 America, as two men fight to become the next president, all eyes are on the battle between two others: the cunningly conservative William F. Buckley Jr., and the unruly liberal Gore Vidal. Starring David Harewood.

Selling Sunset – Friday 19th May | Netflix

The stakes and stilettos are as high as they’ve ever been at the brokerage, as longtime agents make big changes and two new team members bring the heat. With Chelsea Lazkani.

Young, Famous & African: S2 – Friday 19th May | Netflix

The crew is back with its claws out – but these stars aren’t the only ones whipping up drama. New faces join old friends in this fun, flirty season.

Annika – Saturday 20th May @9:15pm | BBC One

Detective Chief Inspector Annika Stranded has just become head of a new specialist Marine Homicide Unit, tasked with solving murders that take place in and around the waterways of Scotland. With Ukweli Roach.


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