What’s On TV This Week: 13th November - 19th November

What’s On TV This Week: 13th November - 19th November

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Monday, 13th November 2023
Characters from “Grime Kids” – Junior, Dane, Bishop and Bayo – hide behind a sign wearing school uniforms, which are covered in writing in coloured felt tip pen.
Grime Kids (Credit: BBC/Mammoth Screen/Ryan O'Donoghue)

A new crop of celebrities head into the jungle, while back in Blighty, five friends start a garage crew.

Grime Kids


BBC Three, 10.00pm

It’s 2001 in East London. Five friends have finished school and found themselves wanting more out of life. Instead of waiting for opportunities to come to them, the group decide to try and make it big in the garage scene.

Believing that this is the last summer of their childhoods, Dane, Junior, Kai, Bishop and Bayo set out to achieve their dreams while dealing with family, romance and identity. 

Written by playwright Theresa Ikoko, the show is based on Grime Kids: The Inside Story of the Global Grime Takeover by Roll Deep alumnus DJ Takeover. 

A Murder at the End of the World



Amateur detective Darby Hart (Emma Corrin) is invited to a reclusive billionaire’s compound for a retreat. What could go wrong?

Mystery abounds when one of the other eight guests is found dead. Hart will need to keep her wits about her as she tries to prove the death was the work of a killer, before they strike again. All this takes place under the watchful eye of Andy (Clive Owen), the billionaire quick to point fingers.

The first two episodes premiere this week, with a new episode dropping every week after. 

Scott Pilgrim Takes Off



The eagerly-awaited anime adaption of the comic book series is nearly here. Bryan Lee O'Malley’s graphic novels reached a wide audience in 2010 with film adaption Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, starring Michael Cera (Juno) and helmed by director Edgar Wright. 

The main cast are back to lend their voices to the eight-part series, including Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Ahsoka), Kieran Culkin (Succession) and Anna Kendrick (Twilight). Each episode promises visual flare on par with the book and film, and just as much inspiration for dyeing your hair.

Michael Barrymore: The Rise & Fall of Mr Saturday Night


Channel 5, 9.00pm

Michael Barrymore stands outside in a suit, in front of a tree and homes
Michael Barrymore (credit: ITV News)

Michael Barrymore was a light entertainer who dominated teatime viewing, until the mysterious death of Stuart Lubbock cut the comedian’s career short. Lubbock was found unconscious in Barrymore’s swimming pool the night after a party, leading to a string of arrests, but no convictions. 

This feature-length documentary explores the highs and subsequent lows of Barrymore’s career with reconstructions and interviews. One notable appearance is Kevin Lubbock, Stuart’s brother, who agreed to appear in an interview for the programme.

I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!


ITV, 9.00pm

The logo for reality show “I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!”
Credit: ITV

You know the drill. Australia. Ant. Dec. Bits of animals that shouldn’t go near people’s mouths.

This sojourn into the jungle features the usual ragtag group of actors, popstars and controversial political figures, with Nigel Farage confirmed to be making an appearance.

Also amongst those facing the Bushtucker Trials are actor Jamie Lynn Spears (Zoey 102), retired boxer Tony Bellew and TV personality Fred Sirieix (First Dates).

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A new crop of celebrities head into the jungle, while back in Blighty, five friends start a garage crew.