Five must-see TV highlights for the week ahead
Most of the nation is on a post-royal wedding come down, so we've picked out a selection of upbeat TV to enjoy this week.
1. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt - Netflix on TalkTalk TV
Written by the brilliant Tina Fey, this quirky sitcom is now in its fourth season. It follows the eternally enthusiastic Kimmy, played by Ellie Kemper, as she makes her way in New York City, having spent much of her life previously in an underground bunker!
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2. Peter Kay's Car Share - Monday at 10pm on BBC One
Peter Kay left millions of fans dying to know what would happen next, having ended the last series with Kayleigh revealing her true feelings to John. Will John finally get out of his own way and get together with his commuting companion? Tune in on Monday night to find out.
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3. Early Man (Cert U) Rent and Own on TalkTalk TV now
Set at the dawn of time, cave man Dug, and his tribe face a grave threat to their simple existence. Lord Nooth plans to take control of their land and transform it into a giant mine. Not willing to succumb to this ruthless takeover, Dug must unite his people in an epic quest to defeat a mighty enemy – The Bronze Age.
4. Elementary - Mondays at 9pm on Sky Living
Back for a sixth season, this very modern Sherlock Holmes adaptation, starring Jonny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu, sees Holmes and Watson help the NYPD with their toughest cases.
If Sky Living is not currently part of your TalkTalk TV package, you can add the Entertainment or TV Select Boost, a month at a time. There's no long-term commitment and they're easy to add through your TV box.
5. One Night in Turin - available On Demand
The World Cup is still two weeks away and both domestic and European competitions having finished for the season, so what better way is there to fill that football-shaped hole in your life than with a classic footy documentary?
This critically acclaimed film depicts how the spirited play of England's 1990 World Cup team transformed perceptions across the UK, moving the sport away from its association with hooliganism to a source of national pride and sowing the seeds for a new era in the game.
This film is available On Demand via the Entertainment or TV Select Boost which can be added one month at a time. There's no long-term commitment and they're easy to add through your TV box. You can add or remove Boosts from you package here.
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