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What are the best TV shows and movies to see next week?

New series are coming to ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5, and it’s a good cast for viewers interested in real crime and travel.

Read on to find out what’s coming on the screens – and what not to be missed!


Channel 4’s Undercover Police will reveal how undercover cops capture child sex offenders (Image credit: Channel 4)

Best TV shows next week

Undercover Police: The Hunt for Pedophiles – Monday, February 8th at 9 p.m. on Channel 4

This high-impact series will show how police officers catch pedophiles on the internet by going undercover after online child sexual abuse explodes during the lockdown.

The teams featured led the way in developing the undercover tactic that identified and arrested hundreds of sex offenders.


Former GBBO favorite Sandi Toksvig has a new travel show (Credit: Channel 4)

Extraordinary Getaways with Sandi Toksvig – Wednesday 10 February at 9 p.m. on Channel 4

Ex-GBBO star Sandi Toksvig begins incredible stays for this series with celebrity friends like Prue Leith and actress Alison Steadman.

Read more: Sandi Toksvig ends Great British Bake Off after three years

You’ll explore some of the UK’s most unusual but beautifully designed vacation spots, from tree houses and quirky windmills to seaside sanctuaries.


Karen Matthews invented her daughter’s joke removal (Photo Credit: Trinity Mirror / Mirrorpix / Alamy Stock Photo / Channel 5)

The Disappearance of Shannon Matthews – Wednesday 10th and 11th February at 9 p.m. on Channel 5

This two-part documentary examines how the disappearance of nine-year-old Shannon Matthews turned out to be a joke made up by her mother Karen.

I’m a little nervous when people see it because I’ve obviously spilled the beans on a lot of things.

The program includes interviews with Shannon’s best friend and the cops, who they eventually found on the basis of a sofa bed.


Piers Morgan will have an in depth conversation with Gemma Collins (Image credit: ITV)

New life stories and Gregg Wallace series

Piers Morgan’s Life Stories: Gemma Collins – Thursday February 11th at 9pm on ITV

Piers Morgan’s life stories are back on the screens and this time the British host of Good Morning sits down with TV diva Gemma Collins.

Read more: Gemma Collins celebrates her 40th birthday in Lockdown as she is inundated with messages and gifts

The former TOWIE star teased GMB that she “really spilled the beans” during her convo – and is nervous when people are watching!

She said, “I’m a little nervous when people see it. I’ve spilled the beans on a lot of things with you that people have never heard of. “


Gregg Wallace is in Barcelona for the first episode of Big Weekends (Image Credit: Rumpus Media / Channel 5)

Big Weekends with Gregg Wallace – Friday February 12th at 9 p.m. on Channel 5

TV’s Gregg Wallace is hosting this new carefree travel show. And he’s in Barcelona for the first episode.

During the visit, Gregg learns more about the unfinished Sagrada Familia basilica in the Spanish city. He experiences breathtaking “human towers” ​​at a street festival and experiences the best of Catalan cuisine.

To all the boys 3 on Netflix (Image credit: Netflix / YOuTube)
To All The Boys third film is coming (Image credit: Netflix / YouTube)

To all the boys: Always and forever – Friday February 12th on Netflix

The third episode of Netflix’s successful teen romcom series hits the streaming platform next week.

As teenage Lara Jean prepares for the end of high school, she takes two life-changing trips to think about what her life will be like after graduation.

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