Monday 14th September
Jamie: Keep Cooking Family Favourites, 8.30pm, Channel 4
Jamie continues with his new series – this time cooking up all things family friendly. Tonight’s episode features a healthy take on traditional fish and chips, as well as sausage and mash in pie form.
Des, 9pm, ITV
Fact-based drama starring David Tennant as notorious serial killer Dennis Nilsen. In February 1983, Detective Chief Inspector Peter Jay is called out to a leafy north London address, where he discovers the drains are clogged up with rotting human flesh and bones. The true extent of this horrific discovery only becomes apparent when the culprit, Dennis Nilsen, returns home from work and freely admits to the police that it’s not just one or two bodies, but could be as many as 15 or 16. As the police work towards securing a conviction and identify the victims from scarce DNA evidence, biographer Brian Masters seeks to understand the motive.
Love Island USA, 9pm, ITV2
The US version of the international reality sensation continues with its new series. With James and Jeremiah out of the Villa, the remaining Islanders enjoy an unexpected moment of calm – until new girl Lauren shows up and captures the attention of more than a few boys.
Wednesday 16th September
Nadiya Bakes, 8.30pm, BBC1
In her new series, Nadiya Hussain is sharing some of her favourite baking recipes – from everyday treats to indulgent desserts. In tonight’s episode, Nadiya shares some of her most decadent recipes, including a frozen blueberry and banana cheesecake, and her husband’s favourite jam roly poly.
Thursday 17th September
I Hate Suzie, 9pm, Sky Atlantic
Comedy drama exploring the fallout a former teen idol experiences after her phone is hacked and private images are leaked to the public. In tonight’s episode, Suzie (Billie Piper) is forced into a dinner with her producers, just as her husband Cob decides it’s his turn to let loose.
Friday 18th September
Gogglebox, 9pm, Channel 4
Capturing real-time reactions to this week’s television highlights, Gogglebox continues with its latest series.
Saturday 19th September
Strictly: The Best Of, 7.30pm, BBC1
Spin-off looking back at some of the most memorable performances from past series. Saturday’s episode is dedicated to movie week, with the judges taking a trip down memory lane to reflect on some of the best dances from the themed shows. Tune in for your weekly dose of glamour, ahead of the new series starting later this year.
Britain's Got Talent, 8pm, ITV
Ant and Dec host the third semi-final of the popular talent show, with judges Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixo, David Walliams and Ashley Banjo, sending through the acts they think deserve a place in the live final.
I Tonya, 9.30pm, BBC2
Award-winning sports biopic I, Tonya follows ice skater Tonya Harding (Margot Robbie) as she rises through the ranks at the US Figure Skating Championships. Harding’s career continues to go from strength to strength, but things become complicated when her ex-husband steps in. Also stars Sebastian Stan and Allison Janney.
Sunday 20th September
US, 9pm, BBC1
New series based on the novel by bestselling author David Nicholls. Married couple Douglas and Connie are setting off a trip of a lifetime with their teenage son before he heads off to university. However, the family holiday soon becomes a marriage saving mission, with the couple forced to face the truth about their relationship as they backpack around Europe, son in tow. Starring Tom Hollander, Saskia Reeves and Tom Taylor.
The Singapore Grip, 9pm, ITV
Episode two of ITV’s latest period drama. Matthew settles in and is introduced to the family, but things get murky when he realises that questionable practices are taking place at his rubber plantation. Meanwhile, a love triangle emerges.