This week's TV includes celebrities showing off their cooking skills and a skilled teenage assassin.
Tuesday 30th June, 9pm
The fourth series of the LA based comedy once again explores the complexities of friendship, dating and adulthood.
Created by and starring Issa Rae, Insecure celebrates the lives of black people, both their triumphs and struggles, with series four showcasing a powerful scene of a charged altercation with the police.
In LA, status is everything and for Issa it has not been easy figuring out what she wants and how to get it without hurting people.
Issa’s relationship with her best friend Molly (Yvonne Orji) is a big focus of the series and she tackles some unresolved feelings for ex-boyfriend Lawrence (Jay Ellis).
Wednesday 1st July, 9pm
A new group of celebrities will be competing to prove their skills in the kitchen and impress John Torode and Greg Wallace in Celebrity MasterChef.
The series will start with 20 celebrities who are split into four teams as they try to prove they have what it takes to create masterful dishes and get to the semi-finals.
The celebrities include names such as musician Lady Leshurr, TV and radio presenter Jeff Brazier, tennis coach Judy Murray OBE, drag queen Baga Chipz and football legend John Barnes MBE.
The wannabe chefs will also need to handle the challenge of cooking from tents to cater for 100 people, navigate a takeaway themed invention test and hold their nerve cooking for top chef Aldo Zilli.
Say I Do
Wednesday 1st July
During the covid-19 crisis many weddings have been cancelled and postponed, but Netflix is here to give viewers their summer wedding fix with Say I Do.
The reality series sees couples get to see their dream weddings come true after overcoming challenges that could have stopped them from walking down the aisle.
Three experts, interior designer Jeremiah Brent, fashion designer Thai Nguyen and chef Gabriele Bertaccini, are given less that a week to create the couples dream wedding.
Say I Do celebrates the beauty of loving relationships and promises the couples a day they will never forget.
Billion Pound Cruises: All At Sea
Thursday 2nd July, 9pm
The 120-billion-pound cruise industry was brought to its knees when the Covid-19 crisis ravaged countries across the world.
Hundreds of ships had to be brought to a standstill and Billion Pound Cruises: All At Sea asks if everything that could have been done to protect passengers and crew was realised.
With thousands of passengers put in quarantine aboard ships stuck out at sea, the documentary hears the personal stories of the passengers going through the nightmare and from renowned experts.
What should have been a holiday of a lifetime for passengers led to people stuck on board ships with a deadly virus with no way to get off.
Friday 3rd July
Hanna returns for a second series, after viewers were introduced to skilled teenage assassin (Esmé Creed-Miles), who had been raised in isolation by her father Erik (Joel Kinnaman) to protect her from the CIA and especially Marissa Wiegler (Mireille Enos).
Hanna discovered a facility with a whole host of other genetically weaponised girls just like her, before being forced to once again go on the run. However, this time she travelled alone after Erik was fatally wounded.
The second series is expected to focus on Hanna’s connection with the trainee girls who have been brought up very differently to her.
Series two will see Wiegler and Sophie (Rhianne Barreto) return from series one, plus Dermot Mulroney, Anthony Welsh and Severine Howell-Meri will join the cast.