The 10 best TV shows to watch this week, from Glastonbury 2022 to … – iNews

Rowan Atkinson returns to Mr Bean-esque physical comedy with his new Netflix series. In 10 episodes clocking in at 10 minutes each, Atkinson plays Trevor, a house-sitter terrorised by a vengeful bee. Instead of just living with its incessant buzzing, Trevor is intent on getting rid of it – ruining priceless paintings and setting the house on fire in the process.
Netflix’s incredibly popular Money Heist continues with this part-spin-off, part-remake. Inspired by the heist pulled off by the Spanish crew in the original series, The Professor (Yoo Ji-tae) launches his own robbery on a bank on the Korean Peninsula.
Clara Amfo, Jo Whiley, Lauren Laverne, Jack Saunders and 1Xtra DJ Remi Burgz – a newcomer to the Glastonbury gang – are our guides to arguably the best festival in the world. Tonight’s headliner is Billie Eilish (10pm, BBC Two), while Saturday belongs to Sir Paul McCartney (10.30pm, BBC One) and Sunday’s headliner is Kendrick Lamar (9.30pm, BBC Two). There is plenty of coverage across the weekend, on BBC Two, Three and Four, as well as a dedicated iPlayer channel.
In 2012, Saad Al-Hilli, his wife Iqbal and his mother Suhaila were murdered near Lake Annecy in the French Alps. The case remains unsolved, though this three-part documentary series does its best to present all the evidence uncovered. Saad’s brother Zaid, once arrested on suspicion of organising the death of his family and then released, gives his side of the story alongside a former French prosecutor and retired British senior investigating officer.
Seventeen years after she retired from athletics – a career that brought her two Olympic gold medals – Dame Kelly Holmes looks back over the most important moments of her life. Deeply personal and with input from her nearest and dearest, Holmes reflects on her highs and lows, and how the pressures of sport and fame have affected her mental health.
The main attraction of this year’s Wimbledon will surely be the return of Serena Williams to the court. It is also Sue Barker’s final year as host after 30 years, while Clare Balding will return to present the daily updates show, Today at Wimbledon, daily at 8.30pm on BBC Two.
There is a seven-year jump from the end of season three to Monday’s new episode, so there is no telling how the Westworld universe will have changed. While William (Ed Harris) was apparently killed at the end of the third series, the trailer for the fourth suggests that may not be the case – but the real mystery is the whereabouts of Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood).
When the Aids crisis hit London in the 80s, researchers interviewed gay men across the city as they reckoned with what was then dubbed “gay cancer”. Forty years on, actors bring the interviewees’ experiences to life, lip-syncing to their real voices. We hear of their initial scepticism, soon forgotten when some received their own diagnoses.
Selena Gomez, Martin Short and Steve Martin return for a second series of Disney’s surprisingly delightful murder mystery. After solving one murder, the trio find themselves suspected of killing building manager Bunny (Jayne Houdyshell) themselves.
The new drama from Peter Kosminsky (Wolf Hall) courted controversy when some believed the trailer – in which a fictional prime minister played by Adrian Lester warned of an incoming cyber attack – to be a real government broadcast. Set two years in the future, the thriller follows a set of GCHQ data analysts as they engage in a fierce cyber war with an invisible opponent in the lead-up to a general election.
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