This week in TV, there are new series of The Witcher and Gomorrah, Jamie Oliver cooks festive, Jimmy Carr hosts a new back-to-front quiz show and three couples battle it out in the ballroom for the Strictly Come Dancing trophy.
Jamie: Together At Christmas
Channel 4, 8pm
Jamie Oliver is back to help viewers have the best Christmas possible with plenty of recipes to ensure a festive feast is had by all.
Recipes include bramble cocktails, tear and share garlic bread and a beef bourguignon topped with a chestnut and bacon sprinkle.
This will be served with a celeriac mash and a fresh citrussy Christmas salad and finished with a winter bombe ice cream dessert.
I Literally Just Told You
Channel 4, 9pm
Jimmy Carr’s new quiz show I Literally Just Told You could see contestants win up to £25,000.
The twist is that contestants are given the answers before they hear the questions, with the questions being written live on the show.
Devised by former Blue Peter presenter Richard Bacon, contestants will need to use their general knowledge skills to accumulate as much cash as possible before putting their memory to the test to beat their competition.
Series two of the fantasy series will see the return of Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia, Freya Allan as Princess Cintrilla of Cintra and Anya Chalotra as Yennefer of Vengerberg.
The new series will introduce a new band of witches who act as comrades of Geralt and the man who trained him to be a monster hunter Vesemir (Kim Bodnia).
Based on the books and video games of the same name, following the fall of her kingdom, Geralt will embark on a new path acting as a father figure to Princess Cintrilla.
Strictly Come Dancing Final
The three remaining professional-celebrity pairings - AJ and Kai, John and Johannes, and Rose and Giovanni - take to the ballroom one last time to dance for the glitterball trophy.
As usual, Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and Anton Du Beke will be judging the couples’ routines, including one of their own choosing, one set by the judges and one last show dance.
The final series of the Italian crime drama kicks off, with war afoot in Naples.
The end of series four saw Genny (Salvatore Esposito) forced into hiding, and at the start of five the police are looking for him. Meanwhile his sworn enemy, ‘The Immortal’ Ciro (Marco D’Amore), has resurfaced in Latvia, setting up a showdown.
Ivana Lotito also returns as Azzurra, who now looks to raise her and Genny’s child Pietro far away from his father and his work.
The Girl Before
JP Delaney has adapted his own novel, The Girl Before, for a suspenseful four-part series starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw and David Oyelowo.
Jane (Mbatha-Raw) jumps at the chance to move into her dream home designed by an enigmatic architect (Oyelowo). But there is a catch: she must abide by the architect’s strict house rules.
She soon makes a disturbing discovery about her predecessor, Emma (Jessica Plummer), and as she uncovers some unsettling similarities to herself, she starts to suspect a similar fate.