New Year's Day 2020 brings a new year and a new decade. With it comes a whole host of new shows to get excited about and New Year's Day has some great TV on offer. Here are our top picks.
BBC One, 6:55pm
With no Christmas special on Christmas Day, Series 12 of Doctor Who kicks off on New Year’s Day.
Graham (Bradley Walsh), Ryan (Tosin Cole) and Yaz (Mandip Gill) will once again be joining the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) for plenty of adventures, featuring new and old friends and foes.
Stephen Fry and Lenny Henry are set to star, with Henry playing James Bond-like villain Daniel Barton and Fry playing spymaster C, who enlists the help of the Doctor and her crew for a top-secret mission.
BBC One, 9pm
The Sherlock creators have turned their attention to vampires in their newest project, Dracula.
Creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss have set the series in 1897, as Count Dracula travels from Transylvania to Victoria England, with plans to establish a legion of vampires.
The three-part series weaves together violence, gore and humour and will be shown over three consecutive nights, with Danish actor Claes Bang taking on the titular role.
The Great Festive Bake Off
Channel 4, 7:40pm
The Great Festive Bake Off is the second festive special that will see hosts Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig and judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith come together for baking fun.
The tent will welcome amateur bakers from the cast of Derry Girls, featuring Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Nicola Coughlan, Jamie-Lee O'Donnell, Dylan Llewellyn and Siobhan McSweeney, as they battle it out for the coveted star baker title.
The London Community Gospel Choir will also feature with songs to welcome everyone into the new year.
Miranda: My Such Fun Celebration
BBC One, 5:45pm
To celebrate Miranda’s ten-year anniversary, Miranda Hart hosted a one-off entertainment special that reunited the cast to celebrate the success of the show.
Miranda entertained viewers with her many mishaps, friendship with best friend Stevie (Sarah Hadland), relatable clashes with her overbearing mum Penny (Patricia Hodge) and unwavering love for heart throb Gary (Tom Ellis).
Moments from behind the scenes of the show will be revealed, with silliness, dancing and galloping all firmly encouraged.