TV Guide 11.02.19 |
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Monday 11th February

MasterChef, 9pm, BBC1 

A new series of the cookery competition begins as John Torode and Gregg Wallace return to the judging table on the hunt for the next MasterChef champion. In this first heat, the four contestants must attempt to impress 2018's MasterChef finalists Nawamin Pinpathomrat, David Crichton and 2018 MasterChef champion, Kenny Tutt.

Tuesday 12th February

Shetland, 9pm, BBC1 

The murder mystery set against a backdrop of the Shetland Isles continues for a fifth season. Tonight, a severed hand washes up on a beach, with further body parts discovered in a holdall that has been dumped at sea. DI Jimmy Perez (Douglas Henshall) and the team begin a complex murder investigation. 

Catastrophe, 10pm, Channel 4 

We’re gutted this is the last ever episode, and therefore the final time we’ll witness Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney as haphazard couple Rob and Sharon. Tonight we’re transported to Rob’s hometown of Boston. Under pressure, the couple need to negotiate an estranged family member and a ‘grief vampire’, while Rob has a tempting, but complicated offer from an old friend.  

Wednesday 13th February

Cleaning Up, 9pm, ITV 

In the final episode of the series, Sam's (Sheridan Smith) world falls apart when her landlady provides some devastating news, and she is forced to face the consequences of her actions. With no job and no home, she moves in with Jess and together they decide to concoct a brilliant but dangerous idea to try and get their lives back on track. 

Thursday 14th February

Dirty John, Netflix 

Dirty John, starring Eric Bana and Connie Britton, is an eight-part true crime anthology series based on the Los Angeles Times podcast of the same name. This sexy, provocative and harrowing real life thriller follows the true events of an online dating relationship turned dangerous that rocked headlines and shocked the world. 

Dating Around, Netflix 

Netflix has launched its first-ever dating show, which handily airs on Valentine’s Day. In each episode of flirtations and fails, one real life single navigates five blind dates. The mission: find one match worthy of a second date. If it’s anything like First Dates, we expect to be hooked. 

Sex, Lies & Love Bites: The Agony Aunt Story, 10pm, BBC4 

Psychotherapist and agony aunt Philippa Perry (Grayson’s wife, no less) presents a witty look at the problem page's enduring appeal. Along the way, Philippa talks to fellow agony aunts and uncles – Telegraph's Graham Norton and the Sun's Deidre Sanders – about their experiences, as she picks her way through three centuries of advice on broken hearts, cheating partners and adolescent angst.  

Friday 15th February

The Umbrella Academy, Netflix 

From the minds of My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way and Brazilian comic book artist Gabriel Bá, The Umbrella Academy is the story of a super dysfunctional family of superheroes who have eight days to get it together and save the world. Stars Ellen Page, Robert Sheehan, Mary J Blige, Tom Hopper and Kate Walsh. 

Sunday 17th February

The Party, Amazon Video 

Janet (Kristen Scott Thomas) hosts an intimate gathering of friends in her London home to celebrate her political ascension. After her acerbic best friend and others arrive, some with dramatic news to share, an announcement by Janet's husband Bill (Timothy Spall) provokes a series of revelations. As the sophisticated soiree starts to unravel, a night that began with champagne soon ends up with arguments, shouting and a pointed gun. Also stars Cillian Murphy, Patricia Clarkson and Emily Mortimer. 

Baptiste, 9pm, BBC1 

Baptiste is a new drama focused on the French detective who first appeared in The Missing series one and two. When we last saw Julien Baptiste at the end of series two, he was about to undergo a brain operation. But from what we’ve seen in Baptiste’s trailer, he’s back, healthy and busy tracking down a sex worker in Amsterdam who was reported missing by her uncle. 

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