Tele Bants- Here's What To Watch This Week!

Tele Bants- Here's What To Watch This Week!
Rachael Ryan
Rachael Ryan

20 Mar 2017

Here are three programmes you need to be watching this week:

1) Red Nose Day 2017, BBC 1, Friday at 7pm

It's that time of year again-  a great night for raising money for Comic Relief plus a night of guaranteed deadly tele! Over a billion euro has been raised over the past 30 years for causes in the UK and Africa. Ed Sheeran will be heavily involved this year- he made a trip to Liberia to meet with kids whose parents died due to Ebola. Rag 'N Bone man is due to perform, while we're finally going to get to see the 'Red Nose Day Actually' short film. Most of the original cast of 'Love Actually' have reunited for a one off special to raise money for comic relief. 

2) Made in Chelsea, E4, Tuesday at 10pm

We literally can't believe Made In Chelsea is back for it's 13th season! Obviously one of the big story lines for the series will be Binky's pregnancy- she breaks the news to the rest of the cast members and know doubt there will be all sorts of baby related drama. There are also four new cast members to make an appearance this series...who we're sure will stir things up!

3) The Last Days of George Michael, Channel 5, Thursday at 9pm

This is a bit of a controversial one, apparently a lot of George's family members have dismissed the documentary due out this week. It will be interesting to see what new insights into the singer's life  it gives- the trailer says we'll hear about George and his final days from 'the people who knew him best' and apparently features 'unseen footage'. However the family says noone close to George it taking part. 

One To Watch For Future: 'Reasons Why'- Netflix Series starting March 31st

Brand new series based on the best selling book series of the same name- it's a girl who took her own life but leaves behind cassette tapes explaining why she did it. It is a mystery drama series which have been compared to the likes of The OA. The cast is pretty unknown, but one of it's executive producers is none other than Selena Gomez, check out the trailer:




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