What To Watch w/c 7th June

The excitement is real over here! Lupin part 2 returns to our screens on the 11th and we finally find out what happened to little Raoul…

Will Assane ever avenge his father and will we see any black women with speaking parts? The mystery prevails! The king of mischief himself also returns alongside Wunmi Mosaku & Gugu Mbatha-Raw in the latest Marvel series Loki.

Big Zuu’s Big Eats – Monday 7th June 10pm (Dave)

Big Zuu is back on the road and this time he’s heading West to Bristol, the hometown of TV presenter and social media queen Maya Jama.

Loki – Wednesday 9th June (Disney +)

Following the version of Loki, we saw escape with the Tesseract in Avengers: Endgame (the original Loki died at the start of Infinity War, remember), the god of mischief finds himself apprehended by the Time Variance Authority – and he’s tasked with helping them fix the many realities he’s been breaking. Starring Gugu Mbatha–Raw and Wunmi Mosaku.

Tragic Jungle – Wednesday 9th June (Netflix)

To escape an arranged marriage, a woman flees into the depths of the Mayan jungle, where untamed nature merges the human with the supernatural.

Krept And Konan: We Are England – Wednesday 9th June (available to view on BBC iPlayer)

Krept and Konan create a new England football anthem for the Euros with the help of England players and manager Gareth Southgate, in a new exclusive show.

Statue Wars: One Summer In Bristol – Thursday 10th June 9pm (BBC Two)

This one-off documentary follows Bristol’s directly elected mayor, Marvin Rees, as he attempts to hold the city together after the toppling of the statue of Edward Colston and in the face of rising tensions.

The Heights – Friday 11th June (on demand and in select cinemas)

Based on a musical co-written by Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda (who co-stars), it’s about the owner of a bodega in New York City’s Washington Heights neighbourhood, and the idea that gentrification threatens to affect this whole community’s way of life.

Lupin Part 2 – Friday 11th June (Netflix)

Omar Sy returns as Assane as he fights to clear his framed father’s name whilst also trying to locate his kidnapped son from the clutches of the villainous Hubert Pellegrini.

Rogue Hostage – Friday 11th June (on demand and in select cinemas)

Single father and former Marine Kyle Snowden, on a routine stop for his job in Child Protective Services, Kyle finds himself and a group of innocent customers trapped inside his stepfather’s store.

BlindSpotting – Sunday 13th June (Starz)

When her husband, Miles, is incarcerated, Ashley moves in with Miles’ mother and half-sister as she makes some difficult decisions in the aftermath.


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