The weekend has come around once more - and not quickly enough if you ask us - and we've compiled a list of what we're looking forward to watching this weekend so you can plan ahead for your TV consumption.

Friday Feb 28

Emmerdale - 7pm on ITV

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Gemma gets more than she bargained for in an argument with Belle Dingle in tonight's episode, leading to a confrontation which will have consequences to devastate all parties involved for the foreseeable future.

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown - 9pm on Channel 4

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Jimmy Carr hosts this hilarious second episode of Countdown meets 8 Out of 10 Cats, and team captains Sean Lock and Jon Richardson are back once more, joined by guests James Corden and Kevin Bridges. Rachel Riley provides letters and numbers with Joe Wilkinson, and Dictionary Corner sees regular Susie Dent joined by Peter Serafinowicz.

Saturday March 1

Modern Family - 6pm on Sky1

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The hilarious sitcom is just a few episodes into its fifth season, and with some brilliantly casted characters it's sure to one that'll have you howling with laughter and addicted for some time to come.

The Voice UK - 7pm on BBC One

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This weekend sees the beginning of the reality competition's battle rounds, where the contestants will be split in half completely, with mentors able to steal away one act from another mentor if they choose to give them the chop.

Sunday March 2

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills - 8pm on Lifetime

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As the wives jet off to Paris for a peaceful getaway, the drama gets into full swing once more as the group question Taylor about her troubled behaviour that's constantly affecting the friend's dynamics.

Dragons' Den - 9pm on BBC2

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The final episode in the series, where another handful of hopefuls will want to walk away with a mound of cash to invest in their business, in exchange for a slice of their company. Intense viewing that proves to be entertaining and successful, especially coming to the end of its 11th series.


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