Celebrity teams including Charlotte Crosby (Geordie Shore) and Josh Richtie (Love Island), James Dunmore and Sam Thompson (Made in Chelsea), Nadia Essex (Celebs Go Dating) and Bobby Norris (TOWIE), Sugababes singer Mutya Buena and singer Lisa Maffia, and dancers James and Ola Jordan will join international tour guide Brendan Sheerin for a 10 day road trip across Spain.
Young Sheldon follows nine year old Sheldon Cooper (Iain Armitage - Big Little Lies) as he navigates his way through his school and home life in East Texas.
Although an adult Sheldon has found his feet as an exceptional physicist, his gifted younger self must cope with the struggle of living in a religious 'normal' family unit in a town where his peers are more focused on football than mathematics and science.
As a naive young Sheldon attempts to understand the world around him, his family must also find a way to deal with his own quirks and differences.
The End of the F***ing World is a menacing, tense and chilling tale starring Jessica Barden (The Lobster) and Alex Lawther (Black Mirror) as teen outsiders James and Alyssa, who embark on a road trip to find Alyssa’s father, who left home when she was a child.
Emotionally detached and disdainful James is convinced he’s a psychopath and he’s decided he is ready to take a step up from his dark habit of killing animals... to humans.
From actor/writer Tom Blasden (Plebs, Fresh Meat), Gap Year tells the story of Sean (Ade Oyefeso) who passes up a sure-fire ‘lads holiday’ to head to smoggy Beijing with his friend Dylan. However Dylan, a hopeless romantic and precocious philosophy student, is secretly scheming, and the Sean find himself travelling the entire continent with his friend.
Monday: The Great Indoors
ITV 2, 9.30pm
This new comedy stars Stephen Fry as adventure journalist Joel McHale who must adapt to modern times when he becomes office-bound in a digital department full of millennials.
The Cook Who Changed Our Lives
BBC Two, 6.30pm
Presented by Nigella Lawson, this documentary is about 91-year-old Italian cook Anna Del Conte, influential in raising England's awareness of Italian cuisine.
Written, produced and created by RTS Breakthrough actress Michaela Coel, who also stars in the series as Tracey, is back for a brand-new series on E4.
Chewing Gum follows religious, Beyonce-obsessed 24-year-old Tracey Gordon who is determined to find out about the world and herself. We last saw Tracey at the end of series one having been thrown out of her home, along with her ex-boyfriend Connor having lost his job and her sister Cynthia's wedding day ending in an absolute disaster.
Currently in its third season in the US, the show stars Anthony Anderson (Kangaroo Jack, The Departed) as Andre Johnson, a middle-class father of four who is afraid he and his family have lost sight of their culture as black Americans living in a white suburban neighbourhood. The series follows Andre's attempts to reclaim his family's heritage and encourage his children to celebrate their roots.
Zapped! follows the misadventures of data marketing assistant Brian Weaver (Buckley), after he finds himself transported to a fantastical parallel world inhabited by warriors, wizards, soothsayers, and fairies who all frequent the local pub.
The 60 minute programme, titled 24 Billion Pound Party People, follows a group of wealthy young socialites as they throw parties around the world. Production company 7 Wonder said it is the first time E4 has fused the genres of documentary and reality to create a 'factuality' show.