If you're looking for something new to watch this week, you're in luck - there are plenty of brand-new series and returning favourites to look forward to across a range of platforms and channels.
The BBC also has a new competition series called The Traitors coming up, and if you've been enjoying watching Claudia Winkleman on Strictly Come Dancing then she's back here to host. It's a psychological mystery series which we're sure will keep people guessing and bring a new favourite to BBC One and iPlayer.
Meanwhile, when it comes to drama, Alfred Molina is bringing Louise Penny's book series detective Armand Gamache to the screen in new Prime Video mystery series Three Pines, while fantasy fans can get their fill on Disney Plus, where 1988 film Willow is finally getting a follow-up in the form of an eight-part series.
When it comes to returning series, there are also second seasons of drama Firefly Lane and spy thriller Slow Horses to look out for on Netflix and Apple TV+ respectively, so fans of those shows should know to mark their calendars.
To help you decide what to watch, check out our curated selection of top picks for the week ahead. Watch the video above or read on for our full choice of what to watch on TV this week.
Ekin-Su & Davide: Homecomings
Release date: Monday 28th November, 9pm, ITV2
This docuseries follows Davide and Ekin-Su, as they head to Davide's hometown of Frosinone in Italy for the first time since leaving the Love Island Villa. A second episode will then see them visit Turkey, where they will head to Ekin-Su's family home of Ödemiş. We're told to expect lots of flirting, fun and drama as the couple head off on their adventures.
Release date: Tuesday 29th November, 9:30pm, BBC One
BBC One's new psychological competition series sees 22 strangers play the ultimate reality game of detection, backstabbing and trust, in the hope of winning up to £120,000.
A team of players will compete in a series of missions, but some will be 'Traitors', meeting in secret to decide who to eliminate of the 'Faithfuls'. The Traitors will try to stay undetected until the end of the game, when they can steal the money, while the Faithfuls will try to figure out who the Traitors are and vote them out so they can share the money amongst themselves.
Release date: Wednesday 30th November, Disney Plus
Fans of 1988 fantasy film Willow, rejoice! Warwick Davis is finally back as the Nelwyn sorcerer in a brand-new, eight-part Disney Plus series of the same name, which also stars Erin Kellyman, Tony Revolori and Joanne Whalley amongst others. In the series, Willow must lead a group of misfit heroes on a harrowing rescue mission through a world beyond imagination.
Firefly Lane season 2
Release date: Friday 2nd December, Netflix
This second season of the Netflix drama starring Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke is also to be its last, and will be split into two parts. It will see viewers learn what it was that ended Tully and Kate's 30-year friendship, while the show continues to jump around in time and explore the characters at different points in their lives.
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Slow Horses season 2
Release date: Friday 2nd December, Apple TV+
Gary Oldman and Jack Lowden return in the second season of Apple's spy series which first debuted earlier this year. In season 2, long-buried Cold War secrets emerge which threaten to bring carnage to the streets of London, as the Slough House team try to overcome their individual failings and raise their game to prevent a catastrophic incident.
Release date: Friday 2nd December, Amazon Prime Video
This brand-new mystery series stars Alfred Molina as Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, the detective first introduced in Louise Penny’s book series from which this is adapted. The series follows Gamache as he investigates cases that happen beneath the idyllic surface of Quebec village Three Pines, finding long-buried secrets and facing some ghosts of his own.