Here’s what’s coming up over the next 7 days.
Thursday, 10:00pm, Dave
The adult storytime fun returns for a third series all week, with stories read by Richard Ayoade, Morgana Robinson and lots of other big name stars. Story writers include Tony Way, Kevin Eldon, Alex Kirk and Nico Tartarowicz, and the stories are re-enacted by a huge cast including Way, Eldon, Kirk, Alice Lowe, Steve Oram, Tom Meeten, Richard Glover, Gareth Tunley, Nicholas Burns and many more! Plus a score from Waen Shepherd.
For Crackanory coverage, CLICK HERE.
Thursday, 10:00pm, Sky Atlantic
A two part return for Julia Davis black comedy, featuring Rufus Jones, Alex MacQueen and Reece Shearsmith.
For Hunderby coverage, CLICK HERE.
Toast of London
Wednesdays, 10:30pm, Channel Four
Matt Berry returns as the larger than life Steven Toast, in the sitcom he writes with Arthur Matthews (Father Ted, Big Train). As ever, Harry Peacock, Doon Mackichan, Tracy Ann Oberman, Tim Downie, and Robert Bathurst return for the ride. Series Three also features appearances by John Hamm, Brian Blessed, Paul Whitehouse, Vic Reeves and Snuffbox star Alan Ford.
For Toast of London coverage, CLICK HERE.
Tuesdays, 10:00pm, Channel Four
Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney return for a second run of their relationship comedy, also starring Mark Bonnar and Carrie Fisher.
For Catastrophe coverage, CLICK HERE.
Mondays, 9:00pm, Sky1
The supermarket sitcom is back for a fifth series with Aisling Bea returning for her second run as checkout girl Charlie. Also along for the ride are Samuel Anderson (Doctor Who), Jason Watkins (W1A), Stephen Tompkinson (Ballykissangel) and Sarah Parish (Cutting It).
For past Trollied coverage, CLICK HERE.
Wednesdays, 10:00pm, Channel Four
The final series of Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong’s cult favourite Peep Show starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb is currently underway, with Cariad Lloyd making recurring appearances as Megan.
Jekyll and Hyde
Sundays, 6:30pm, ITV1
Tony Way is amongst the ensemble cast for ITV1’s new fantasy drama from the mind of Fast Show veteran Charlie Higson. Tom Bateman stars as the the titular split-personality, alongside Richard E Grant, Natalie Gumede, Donald Sumpter and Ace Bhatti, with cameos from Reeves and Mortimer and Tom Davis.
For Jekyll and Hyde coverage, CLICK HERE.