It's the last Bank Holiday of the year before Christmas, so we've decided to take a look at some of the television that'll be hitting our screens over the next few days, picking out our favourites and letting you in on what you should be watching, so you can cut out all of the rubbish! Here are 5 picks to keep you entertained this late summer August Bank Holiday weekend.
1. Celebrity Big Brother: Live Eviction - 9pm on Channel 5, Friday August 24
This series of Celebrity Big Brother has really dealt out a huge dish of nostalgia for fans who have been with the series since the very beginning. In starting to feel like a series from the old days, it's done a great job of entertaining us throughout its first week, so we can't wait to see who will be first up and out of the house in tonight's live eviction.
2. Naked Attraction - 10pm on Channel 4, Friday August 24
Anna Richardson returns to help guide singletons and even a couple looking to explore polyamory through their search for love. The twist? That they'll be seeing their potential partners in the buff before even getting to know them. This is the third series of the hit show, so we imagine there will be a few surprises thrown in to maintain interest! This is perfect entertainment for a Saturday night when you've got nothing else to do!
3. Impractical Jokers - 8pm on Comedy Central, Saturday August 25
The Jokers return for an 11th season of fun, closing in on those residents of the United States who cannot yet recognise them and their mischief-causing ways! We're sure they'll do everything in their power to rile each other up throughout the season, and we can't wait to see some of the antics they get up to, and pranks they come up with to keep us all entertained.
4. Bodyguard - 9pm on BBC One, Sunday August 26
Richard Madden and Keeley Hawes star in what looks to be one of the most thrilling BBC dramas of the year. The series sees a specialist protection officer - played by Madden - assigned to guard the UK's Home Secretary (Hawes), who could become the target of a terror plot after her support of a controversial new surveillance bill. The officer's time in the armed forces have however left him holding onto resentment against the very establishment he's now a part of, which could ultimately turn him into the biggest threat the woman he's been assigned to look after has ever seen.
5. Meghan & Harry: 100 Days Married - 10pm on Channel 5, Monday August 27
Plenty of us in the UK love our Royals, so what better way to spend Bank Holiday Monday than to catch up on the first 100 days of marriage between The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, and her husband the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry? The pair have quickly worked their way into the hearts of millions across the globe, and had what has been regarded as the most exciting unionship in modern-day Royal Family history.
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