What To Watch W/C Monday 19th February

The highly anticipated coming-of-age comedy Boarders air this week!

If fashion is your thing check out BET UK original GARMS which dives into the history of Black British fashion and the fabric of who we are. And we’ve all seen the trailer for thriller Mea Culpa from Tyler Perry studios starring the beautiful Kelly Rowland

Lets us know what you’ll be watching!

Boarders – Tuesday 20th February @9pm | BBC Three on TV and BBC iPlayer

Follows the lives of five talented inner-city teens who join Public School. But will they be able to fit in, orrr – will this elite school have to fit around them? Led by a cast of young rising talent, Boarders stars Josh Tedeku, Jodie Campbell, Myles Kamwendo alongside Sekou Diaby and Aruna Jalloh, both making their screen debuts.


Mike Epps: Ready To Sell Out – Tuesday 20th February | Netflix

Epps ponders where all of his money has gone, the trials and tribulations of his relationships, and the plethora of street observations that have become synonymous with the comedic mind of Mike Epps.


Who Shot Sasha Johnson?: UNTOLD – Tuesday 20th February @12:05am | Channel 4

Unseen, intimate footage explores the 2021 shooting of 28-year-old activist Sasha Johnson. As she remains in recovery, her story is told by those who know her and the police who worked on her case.


GARMS – Wednesday 21st February | BET UK

Host and stylist Ayishat Akanbi takes on a journey meeting the Black designers and stylists making waves across the fashion industry. A chorus of freedom, diving into the history of Black British fashion and the fabric of who we are. Guest starring, Bianca Saunders, Clint419, Lisa Maffia and Martine Rose.


Small Island – Wednesday 21st February @10pm | BBC Four

A Jamaican woman travels to London in 1948 to join her new husband, but her life becomes entwined with that of her landlady, who once spent a night of passion with the young bride’s former love. Adaptation of Andrea Levy’s novel, starring Naomie Harris, David Oyelowo and Ashley Walters.


Inseparable Sisters – Wednesday 21st February @8pm | BBC One

The story of the seven-year-old conjoined twins Marieme and Ndeye, who weren’t expected to live more than a few days but have defied all medical expectations, told by their loving father. Highlighting the challenges they face daily from hospital visits to finding clothes they can wear


Parallel – Friday 23rd February | In Cinemas

Grief-stricken after the loss of her child, Vanessa takes refuge at a lake house only to be met with an aberration of herself from a parallel universe and realizes the multiverse gates hold the key to releasing her grief or trapping her forever. Danielle Deadwyler, Aldis Hodge and Edwin Hodge.


Mea Culpa – Friday 23rd February – Netflix

A criminal defense attorney agrees to defend a seductive artist accused of murdering his girlfriend. But when desire takes hold, her big case takes a dangerous turn. Stars Kelly Rowland and Trevante Rhodes.


Wicked Little Letters – Friday 23rd February | In cinemas

When Edith and fellow residents begin to receive wicked letters full of unintentionally hilarious profanities, foul-mouthed Rose is charged with the crime. The anonymous letters prompt a national uproar, and a trial ensues. However, as the town’s women – led by Police Officer Gladys Moss begin to investigate the crime themselves, they suspect that something is amiss, and Rose may not be the culprit after all.

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