Wednesday adds Joanna Lumley, Billie Piper and Steve Buscemi for series two

The cast of Wednesday series two stand in line

The Addams family spin-off focuses on the eponymous youngest sibling and her stay at Nevermore Academy, a boarding school for outcasts.

Series one saw Wednesday, played by Scream’s Jenna Ortega, figuring out the mystery of a monster killing and terrorising the school; as well as getting trapped in a love triangle with a local barista and a psychic.

BBC and Moonage Pictures release first-look images of A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder

Pip Fitz-Amobi stands in front of a green chalkboard with a timeline of events and newspaper clippings

The show follows teen investigator Pip Fitz-Amobi as she tries to prove the innocence of Sal Singh, who is accused of murdering his girlfriend Andie Bell five years ago. If Sal really isn’t guilty – despite what everyone in his town thinks – then the real killer is still at large. Anyone would go to great lengths to protect a secret that terrible: Pip will need to keep her wits about her. 

Our Friend in Dublin: Agnes Cogan

Things have been very quiet here in Dublin, lately, what with the screenwriters’ strike and the SAG strike bringing film and TV activity almost to a halt. However, the strikes are now over and a brighter future is on the horizon.

Evidence for this is the great news that Wednesday, Netflix’s most-watched English ­language show ever, is relocating from [Romania] to Dublin for its next season. Filming is due to start at the end of April at locations in Dublin and Wicklow.

What's On TV This Week: 21st November - 27th November

David Baddiel: Jews Don’t Count


Channel 4, 9pm

David Baddiel (credit: Channel 4)

Comedian David Baddiel, author of the eye-opening book Jews Don’t Count, explores the modern-day rise of anti-semitism in this one-off special documentary. In Baddiel’s opinion, anti-Semitism is often seen as a lesser form of racism.