With a great selection of programming this week, what will you be watching this week?
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Hanging onto Home: What Happened Next – We Are England – Monday 16th @ 8:30pm | BBC One
Yacob owns his home, but the council wants to knock down his estate and build a new development. Now, they’re the last family left in the block, fighting to save their home. Almost a year since his previous appearance on We Are England, cameras return to this South Acton estate to find out how Yacob and his family have fared.
Bank of Dave – Monday 16th January | Netflix
After big financial institutions fail the people in his small town, a car dealer decides to set up his own bank. With Joel Fry.
Babylon – Friday 20th January | In UK Cinemas
Set in 1920s Hollywood, the film will explore the early days of the movie scene, when silent films were beginning to transition to sound. Decadence, depravity, and outrageous excess lead to the rise and fall of several ambitious dreamers. With Jovan Adepo.
The Sex Lives of College Girls: Season 2 – Thursday 19th January | ITVX
The series follows the lives of four 18-year-old freshmen roommates at the fictional Essex College in Vermont, covering their sexually active lifestyle as they deal with different struggles and hardships that college brings.
Don’t Hate the Playaz: Season 4 – Friday 20th January @ 10:05pm | ITV 2
Big Narstie, Melvin Odoom and Thanyia Moore join captains Maya Jama and Lady Leshurr to compete in rap battles, dance-offs and hip-hop karaoke challenges. Jordan Stephens hosts.
Truth Be Told: Season 3 – Friday 20th January | Apple TV+
In season three, Poppy (Octavia Spencer), frustrated by the lack of media attention for several young missing Black girls, teams with an unorthodox principal (Gabrielle Union) to keep the victims’ names in the public eye while chasing down leads to a suspected sex trafficking ring that may have ensnared them.
Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World – Saturday 21st @ 9pm | BBC Two
Public Enemy frontman Chuck D explores rap’s political awakening over the past 50 years, revealing how hip-hop became a global force for change after its emergence in the Bronx in the 1970s.