This week's TV includes the return of Chelsea's socialites in Made in Chelsea and the conclusion of the thrilling Unforgotten.
Monday 29th March
In the final episode of ITV’s gripping drama Unforgotten, Cassie (Nicole Walker) and Sunny’s detective team are getting ever closer to uncovering the mystery behind Matthew Walsh’s murder thirty years ago.
Having gone three decades undetected, it becomes clear that the four suspects, who were all probationary police offers at the time of Walsh’s death, have been living in turmoil regarding the events of that fateful night.
Will the team find the conclusive piece of evidence that connects the murderer to the murder weapon, and finally bring Walsh’s killer to justice?
Made in Chelsea
The Chelsea socialites are back, and this series will see them escaping the city for a stunning mansion in the Cotswolds.
More drama will ensue as series regulars Ollie Locke, Gareth Locke, Tiffany Watson, Sam Thompson, Olivia Bentley and Sophia Hermann return and new faces arrive to stir up trouble.
Newly married couple Ollie and Gareth are also planning to start a family, using a surrogate to have a baby with an American egg donor.
BBC One, 9pm
After a six-year gap since the last series, series four of Kay Mellor’s The Syndicate sees a new lucky group discover that they have won a whopping £27 million on shared lottery tickets.
The young kennel workers from Yorkshire attempt to track down the shopkeeper who sold them the winning ticket, but discover he is now in Monaco, leading to a high stakes cat and mouse chase with plenty of twists and turns.
With their jobs on the line, Keeley, Jake, Roxy, Gemma and Colette all must come together to get to the truth before it’s too late.
The series stars Neil Morrissey, Emily Head, Taj Atwal, Katherine Rose Morley, Kieran Urquhart and Liberty Hobbs.
Thursday 1st April
Arriving on none other than April Fools Day, Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo is back with his equal parts hilarious and terrifying prank show, Prank Encounters.
Described by Netflix as ‘the most elaborate hidden camera prank show ever devised’, each episode will follow the colliding paths of two strangers taken on for a one-day job. What they don’t realise is that everyone else they meet is an actor, hired to create terrifying supernatural surprises.
Gardeners’ World Easter Special
Friday 2nd April
BBC Two, 9pm
Monty Don is returning to our screens this Easter to tell us how best to spend our long weekend in the garden, with a green-fingered list of top tips and useful tasks that will soon pay off.
Don will be planting sweet peas to provide a splash of summer colour to the garden, as well as offering advice on what to use for mulching borders.
Meanwhile, Carol Klein will be paying a visit to Devon’s RHS Rosemoor to enjoy their gorgeous spring flowers, and Strictly star JJ Chalmers will be revealing the vital impact his local park has had on maintaining his mental and physical health.