Wondering what to watch this week? The UK TV schedule boasts an array of interesting shows to dive into, both old and new, over the course of the week.
The BBC is giving its reality series Survivor another chance, while the channel will also be launching the second season of its critically acclaimed prison drama Time.
Here is Yahoo's guide to the week ahead on UK TV.
Saturday 28th October, 8.25pm: Survivor | BBC One
Being marooned on a tropical island was never going to be easy. Castaway without home comforts, 18 people will be put into two different tribes and they must compete against each other in challenges in rebooted Survivor.
One by one they are voted out as the castaways must betray, outwit and outplay their rivals in the brutal series hosted by Joel Dommett. Only one person can win the £100,000 cash price and the envy-inducing title of Sole Survivor.
Saturday 28th October: Fellow Travelers | Paramount+
Matt Bomer and Jonathan Bailey star as lovers keeping their relationship a secret during a period of unrest, with the drama following their romance over the course of several decades.
Based on the book by Thomas Mallon, the show examines the struggle to live as a queer person in America fromt he 1950s through to the 1980s.
Sunday 29th October, 9pm: Time season two | BBC One
This time Time takes us inside the walls of a female prison in a new series with Jodie Whittaker, Bella Ramsey and Tamara Lawrance starring as the troubled inmates.
It follows the incredibly moving Time series set in a male prison where Sean Bean stepped into the shoes of a guilt-ridden former teacher trying to adapt to being inside. On the flip side, the series also explored the life of a prison guard - played by Stephen Graham - whose life rules were being challenged.
Monday 30th October, 8pm: Prime Suspect: Who Took Madeleine McCann? | BBC One
Panorama shines a spotlight on the disappearance of Madeleine McCann that shocked the world in 2007. It has been 16 years since the British little girl, 3, was taken from her bed at a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Lagos, Portugal.
Now, Richard Bilton travels to locations in Portugal and Germany for the investigative documentary to find out more about the man who is suspected of abducting and killing her.
Monday 30th October, 9pm: Rhod Gilbert: A Pain in the Neck for SU2C | Channel 4
Comedian Rhod Gilbert was diagnosed with cancer in 2022, and Channel 4 charted his life in the 18 months after his diagnosis.
Exploring his treatment and health during the period, the documentary is helping to raise awareness and funds for Stand Up to Cancer.
Monday 30th October, 9pm: The Gilded Age season 2 | Sky
Julian Fellowes returns with The Gilded Age, the American answer to his iconic series Downton Abbey. The show follows the lives of various people including the struggle between those who come from "new money" and established families in the era.
Set in 1880s New York City, this glitzy drama stars Christine Baranski, Carrie Coon and Taissa Farmiga amongst its stellar cast.
Monday 30th October, 7pm: Gremlins: Secret of the Mogwai | CBBC
Journey back to the world of the Gremlins in this adorable animated series aimed at kids, the series follows Sam Wing and Gizmo the Mogwai as they travel together in 1920s Shanghai.
Tuesday 31st October, 9.15pm: Banged Up | Channel 4
Famous faces have signed up to spend eight days behind bars at decommissioned Shrewsbury jail alongside former convicts to give an insight into prison life.
EastEnders actor Sid Owen joined Strictly’s HRVY, Gogglebox’s Marcus Luther, Friday Night Dinner actor Tom Rosenthal, The Mail On Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens, MP Johnny Mercer and former Tory MP Neil Parish.
Wednesday 1st November, 9pm: Roman Kemp: The Fight for Young Lives | BBC Three
Roman Kemp starts conversations about mental health in schools, youth centres and treatment settings across the UK. He was inspired to make a difference in young people’s lives after his best friend died in 2020.
Now the broadcaster is on a mission to understand the potential solutions - meeting with experts, charities and visiting the Houses of Parliament.
Wednesday 1st November: The Simpsons Season 34 | Disney+
The Simpsons are back! That's right, Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart and Maggie are returning to our screens with the 34th season of the beloved animated series and it will see the characters embark on new adventures (and no doubt predict some real-life events again along the way).
Thursday, 2nd November: The Search for Instagram’s Worst Con Artist | ITVX
In a new documentary, ITV examines the life of Belle Gibson, a 21-year-old social influencer who duped millions of people into believing she had been able to cure her terminal cancer through wellness and healthy eating.
The experience led her to get her own book deal, a successful app with Apple and more but it all came crashing down when it was revealed she never had cancer.
Thursday, 2nd November: All the Light We Cannot See | Netflix
Netflix is bringing a new World War II period drama to its platform this week, this one based on a novel by Anthony Doerr and starring Mark Ruffalo, Aria Mia Loberti, and Louis Hofmann.
The film, directed by Shawn Levy, is set in German-occupied Paris and follows a blind teenager Marie-Laure and a German soldier, Werner, during the course of the conflict.
Friday 3rd November: Sly | Netflix
We have loved Slyvester Stallone for nearly 50 years on our screens. Now, the Rocky star lets us into his life journey from being the underdog to becoming a Hollywood legend.
It was his love of film that gave him that initial escapism from his rocky childhood. Stallone shares his inspirational story and discusses the characters he brought to life that we loved so much from: Rocky, Rambo and The Expendables.
Friday 3rd November: Invincible season 2 | Prime Video
While The Boys spin-off Gen-V is soon to come to an end, Prime Video isn't ready to let go of violent superhero series as Invincible season 2 is set to return to the platform.
Starring Steven Yeun, JK Simmons and more amongst its voice cast, fans of Prime Video's darker superhero content will likely enjoy this.
Watch the trailer for Invincible season 2:
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