This week's TV offerings include a host of thrilling new dramas, from the Arctic to the courtroom to Berlin 1989, as well as the return of culinary favourite MasterChef.
Monday 1 March
BBC One, 9pm
John Torode and Greg Wallace are back on the lookout for the best amateur chefs who can whip up delicious, impressive and inventive dishes.
A new group of 40 contestants will be put through their paces in a series of socially distanced culinary challenges, to prove they have what it takes to be crowned the MasterChef champion.
The new series will include a new studio-based test called the ‘Favourite Ingredient Challenge’ and will navigate the challenges of cooking in a professional kitchen during Covid.
Tuesday 2 March
Sky Atlantic, 9pm
Bryan Cranston breaks bad once more in new legal thriller Your Honor.
Cranston plays a venerable New Orleans judge whose teenage son Adam (Hunter Doohan) is involved in a hit-and-run that compromises his lawful career.
Michael Stuhlberg also stars as Jimmy Baxter, the notorious head of a crime family and husband to his wife Gina (Hope Davis). Both seek vengeance.
Wednesday 5 March
BBC Two, 9pm; 9:45pm
Wednesday brings a double bill of new anthology series The Terror, inspired by the real-life story of the Royal Navy’s lost expedition to the Arctic.
Led by commander Sir John Franklin, as supplies dwindle and the temperature drops, the isolated crew are left struggling against each other as well as the elements.
Ciaran Hinds (Game of Thrones) stars as Sir John Franklin, with Tobias Menzies (The Crown) as his right-hand as Fitzjames and Jared Harris (Chernobyl) as the captain Crozier.
Friday 7 March
The hit German-American Deutschland series takes on the collapse of East Germany as the Berlin wall falls, marking the end of the cold war.
Jonas Nay stars as Martin Rauch, the former East German spy who has been coerced back into the field as an undercover agent to protect his son.