Here is our take on the best shows to watch on TV this week. Remember with a TVMucho membership, you can access free to air TV satellites from anywhere in the world.
Amazon: What They Know About Us
Monday, 17th February, BBC 1 – 8.30pm
Amazon has become a corporate superpower and dominates many industries including e-commerce shopping, web services, smart speakers, plus TV and entertainment with Amazon Prime.
In this Panorama documentary, they look into the ethics and the growing influence of the company. Many have questioned Amazon’s ethics, and privacy campaigners believe the company holds too much data on consumers.
In this programme we find out what Amazon knows about us and how they’re using the information they hold.
There are interviews with senior employees and former high-level insiders.
Tuesday, 8pm – 9pm Channel 4
The crazy culinary contest continues and the newest batch of contestants must create something spectacular with carrots and in a later challenge make a unique burger.
The judges including Heston Blumenthal will asses both of these rounds and eliminate the weakest contestant. The remaining cooks will progress to the next stage where their next challenge will be to create a unique picnic.
The BRIT Awards 2020
Tuesday, ITV 1, 8pm
It’s the 40th year of the BRIT Awards, which celebrates the best in UK music.
For 2020 comedian Jack Whitehall is back for the 3rd year in a row to host the event once again.
The most likely to win big is Lewis Capaldi who has had an amazing year with recognition around the globe.
There will be performances from Capaldi himself, plus Bille Ellish, Stormzy and Harry Styles.
The Chocolate Challenge with The Hairy Bikers
Wednesday, Channel 5, 10.00pm – 11.05pm
How does the idea of making your own chocolate bar sound? Good? Well, when that chocolate bar could be manufactured and sold by one of the biggest chocolate companies in the world it raises the stakes somewhat.
In this episode, the Hairy Bikers challenge the chocolatiers to create bite-sized chocolates inspired by their favourite desserts. In another challenge, the task is to make a version of a celebration box of chocolates.
Thursday 9pm – 10pm Channel 4
A new series of the popular fugitive TV show where contenders must avoid detection and capture from the hunters who use modern technology and interviews with friends and family to hunt them down.
The fugitives fortunes vary dramatically as one contestant manages to change her appearance and get help from friends, while another meets a helper, who leaves their phone on giving the hunters a lead to follow her trail.
Friday 9pm – 10pm Channel 4
A new series of Gogglebox, the popular fly on the wall show about watching TV with friends and family.
The often hilarious viewers are back on their sofas once again in what is now the 14th series.
It’s possible that there may be some new faces in this series, but there will be many of our favorites that we have got to know back once again.
Expect laughs, passion, and emotional reactions to the best of British TV.
Wilder V Fury I: Full Fight Replay
Saturday 12:15am – 1:10am ITV (not STV Central)
It’s becoming rarer for prime sporting events to be shown live on free-to-air TV these days, and even more so for boxing which moved to a pay-per-view model decades ago.
While this isn’t covering a live heavyweight clash, it is a full replay of the original Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder fight from 2018. The pair battled for the WBC Heavyweight title at Staples Centre in Los Angeles, with a controversial points victory for Wilder. ITV is choosing to show the bout ahead of the rematch this weekend.
Despicable Me 3
Saturday 5:20pm – 7pm ITV
Former supervillain and now family man Gru sees his family expand even further in the 3rd Despicable Me movie.
He finds out about a secret long lost brother, who happens to be a twin, who is rich, has long hair and successful.
Gru’s brother and the Minions want to return to a life of crime, and there’s a bitter ‘80s TV star set on destroying Hollywood that Gru and the minions must stop.
Sunday 8pm – 9pm BBC Two
The Top Gear hosts look at more top of the range sports cars. Tonight’s show includes Freddie Flintoff, Chris Harris, and Paddy McGuinness heading to Yorkshire on a road trip with the latest offerings from Porsche, Aston Martin, and Ferrari. While on the Top Gear track, Chris tests out Volkswagen’s ID-R electric racer.
Cilla: The Lost Tapes
Wednesday 9pm – 10pm ITV
Cilla Black’s family were preparing her home to go on the market, when some unseen family home movies were discovered in the attic.
It turns out the tapes contained featured footage that documented her day-to-day life, but this is anything but ordinary, it includes driving around her Buckinghamshire mansion in her Rolls-Royce and travelling with legendary Beatles drummer Ringo Starr.
Cilla was a millionaire by 25, and lived a high-profile celebrity lifestyle. This documentary meets the family and friends who knew Cilla best, as they watch the lost footage for the first time.
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