TVMucho is the perfect solution for expats and travellers abroad looking for UK TV on demand. What are our TV picks of the week ? Read on to find out our top TV picks for the next 7 days.
Monday 7.30pm – 10pm, BBC1
Kick-off 7.56pm. Live from the Emirates comes the coverage of the third-round FA cup tie between 13-time winners Arsenal and Championship title contenders Leeds United. Mikel Arteta’s side come into the tie on the back of a turn in performances, the most notable when they beat Manchester United 2-0 in the Premier League on New Year’s Day. The sides last met in the cup 8 years ago where Gunners legend Thierry Henry – making a second debut for the club – notched the games only goal in a 1-0 victory for the home side. Marcelo Bielsa will go into the game with nothing to fear, his Leeds side have performed well this season and will be aiming for an upset. The eagle eyed amongst you will have seen the tie is kicking off 1 minute late – this is supporting the ‘Take A Minute’ campaign where fans are encouraged to take 60 seconds to think about their own, friends or families mental health and wellbeing.
Monday 11.15pm – 1.30am, Film4
An Australian photographer has a one-night stand with a man she met in Berlin, however, when she awakes she discovers that she has been imprisoned in his flat. Horror starring Teresa Palmer.
Tuesday 9pm – 10pm, BBC1
New series of the crime drama that follows the investigations of forensic pathologists and scientists. Part one of two. A private jet crashes on the outskirts of London and Nikki is called in to investigate the circumstances, but she finds herself as the bearer of bad news when she discovers that a former US ambassador and good friend of Matt’s was on board. Meanwhile, a suspicious suicide of a successful businessman is probed by Thomas, who makes a startling and unexpected connection to the plane crash, which suggests not only are the cases linked, but the aircraft may have been brought down on purpose in a coordinated attack.
Tuesday 10pm – 11.05pm, Channel 5
This documentary explores the stories of two honeymoons which both ended in murder. In 2008, a couple from South Wales were found shot dead in their picturesque chalet on the stunning island of Antigua, while in 2011 a bride was found dead in the bath after she returned to her hotel room early in Mauritius – a case which remains unsolved some seven years later. Features personal accounts from family members, journalists and testimonies from experts.
Wednesday 9pm – 10pm, Channel 5
New series which follows the UK’s premiere flying display team as they head for a tour of North America on one of their most ambitious foreign tours ever, performing in front of millions of people across Canada and the USA. The team fly over iconic landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge, New York City and the Niagara Falls. The tour has been planned for over a year in meticulous detail, but each leg brings risks and unforeseen difficulties, from technical issues to severe weather.
Thursday 9pm – 10pm, ITV
The acclaimed documentary maker goes on a journey inside one of the countries most notorious maximum-security jails – HMP Belmarsh. The prison has seen some of the UK’s most notorious convicts through its gates – Charles Bronson, Ian Huntley and Ronnie Biggs have all passed through them. Ross goes behind the scenes to explore how staff cope with high-profile inmates, common criminals and extremists all living side-by-side, he also goes inside the High Security Unit, where he meets a criminal mastermind behind a huge drugs empire.
Friday 9pm – 10pm, ITV
New series of life in Grantchester. A student from a prestigious all-females college is found dead, and Will and Geordie have to infiltrate the dark world of university societies and campus politics in order to find the killer. The pair have to navigate raucous parties and initiation ceremonies with an investigative journalist on their heels. Cathy unintentionally tests the family balance with her ambitions for a life on her own, while Leonard finds it hard to acclimatise to life back in Grantchester after a spell in Marrakech with Daniel. Stars Tom Brittney and Robson Green.
Saturday 4.45pm – 6.25pm, ITV2
Attempting to impress a princess, a neurotic worker ant passes himself off as a soldier, however, in an act of accidental heroism he provokes a jealously ambitious general. Desperate to escape the attention, he and his beloved princess decide to flee the brutal colony and search for the promised land of Insectopia. With the voices of Sharon Stone, Woody Allen, Sylvester Stallone and Gene Hackman.
Saturday 7pm – 8.30pm, ITV
In a singing contest which has taken other countries by storm, five mystery celebrities battle it out to win. But this contest has a very different twist – all the contestants are dressed head to toe in elaborate costumes – Unicorn, Hedgehog, Chameleon, Queen Bee and Duck – designed to hide their identities while the panel – Rita Ora, Ken Jeong, Davina McCall and Jonathan Ross – attempt to figure out who they are. Hosted by Joel Dommett.
Sunday 6pm – 8pm, ITV
Holly Willoughby and Philip Scholfield host the celebrity ice-skating challenge. This week six famous faces make their debut on the ice in front of judges John Barrowman, Ashley Banjo, Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean as they perform to the best of their ability to avoid the skate-off at the end of the show where they’ll face last week’s lowest scoring performer. There is also a performance by the cast of the new musical The Prince of Egypt.
Watch the Best TV Picks Every Week
TVMucho offers 1-Hour a day forever free trial for Live UK TV and 7 days of Catch Up TV. You can sign up for the free trial here in order to watch UK TV Abroad. Also, check our UK TV Guide that is a weekly representation of the best shows and movies.
If you want to check our prices for Live UK TV and 7 Days of Catch Up click here. They start at €4 per month for the annual subscription.
There is no better way to watch best the tv picks from the UK when you’re abroad.