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NPO 1,


| Comedy, Drama

The show is about a choir of different people who come together once a week to sing and forget about their troubles in their daily life.

Provaci Ancora Prof!

The show follows the story of Camilla Baudino, a high school teacher that often finds herself involved in some crimes. Camilla, an amateur detective, collaborates with policemen to resolve these cases and in the meantime she takes care of her husband and daughter.

Walking on Sunshine
ORF 1,


| Comedy, Drama
Rating: 4/5

Austrian drama about the ups and downs of life - in human as well as meteorological terms, because the series revolves around the sunny and dark sides of everyday life in the weather department of the largest broadcaster in the country. Robert Palfrader embodies Otto Cerny-Hohenburg, a well-deserved former news anchor, who is due to return to broadcasting after a long period of sick leave due to being too close to hard liquor. Unfortunately, there is no place for him there - except for the weather, which Otto has of course no idea about.

3 Non Blondes
BBC Three,


| Comedy
Rating: 4/5

Just when you thought that video of the guy falling over during his wedding vows was the funniest thing you'd seen in: oh, I don't know, 5 minutes, along comes 3 fearless, ballsy and downright funny non-blondes to brighten up the box. Gary Reich, the man who started the hidden-camera careers of Sacha Baron Cohen and Dom Joly, has found three women to take to the streets and carry the genre just that little bit further. Tameka Empson, Jocelyn Jee Esien and Ninia Benjamin take their characters and talents of comedy improv to the crowds and cities of Britain to see how we behave. The cast list includes tarts who tout for Jesus, buskers doing bad African performance poetry and a virgin who gets sex advice from a variety of sources¦ including a bakery. Nothing is sacred and no-one is safe. Watch this for the thrill of witnessing where society meets character sketch meets that story you just won't believe happened to me the other day. Most definitely one of the funniest shows to

BBC Two,


| Comedy

Ria Parkinson (Wendy Craig) is a bored housewife and mother. She spends her time daydreaming, and meets regularly with wealthy businessman Leonard to relieve the monotony. Husband Ben, a dentist and avid butterfly collector (Geoffrey Palmer) is oblivious to it all, and her unemployed grown up sons, who both live at home (Nicholas Lyndhurst - who went on to better things, and Andrew Hall - who didn't) also have other things on their minds, especially girlfriends.

The Week That Wasn't
Sky 1,


| Comedy

The events depicted in this TV show are entirely fictitious, no matter how believable. Any similarity to any real situations or conversations are merely coincidental. The Week That Wasn't is a Sky One comedy show where famous faces are thrown into an alternate week of events that may not have happened (but probably should have). Join the UK's leading impressionists as they literally put words into the mouths of celebrities, seriously dubbing them up the wrong way. Master mimic Alistair McGowan is reunited with Ronni Ancona for the first time since their The Big Impression show, together with a host of brilliant new impressionists Matt Forde, Luke Kempner and Jess Robinson mischievously re-voicing existing footage. From celeb gossip to sporting moments and political scandals, nothing and no-one is off limits. Enter an irreverent alternate reality where the hosts of The Great British Bake Off add slightly less family-friendly ingredients to their baking masterpieces (...if you've ever wondered why Paul Hollywood looks so relaxed on screen...); three famous football pundits take a break from post-match analysis to talk about their fascinating dating tips; and join the Queen as she partakes in a little retail therapy in advance the royal wedding. From royalty to showbiz royalty, Ant & Dec clearly display warning signs of more trouble to come - while even the notoriously thick-skinned (let's hope) President of Russia, Vladimir Putin comes in for The Week That Wasn't treatment. Recorded just hours before broadcast, prepare to see and hear famous faces the way you've never seen or heard them before.

DeMarcus Family Rules

The Rascal Flatts bassist is stepping out on the reality stage in DeMarcus Family Rules. Joining the country superstar in this Netflix unscripted series is his wife Allison, a national TV personality and successful beauty queen still heavily involved in the pageant world.

NET 5,


| Comedy

In Bitterzoet we see the thirty year olds Anna (Anniek Pheifer), Caro (Tina de Bruin) and Esmée (Jennifer Hoffman) who have known each other since their student days. The friends all have their own lives, but see each other regularly. Dating, wrinkles, sex, education: nothing remains unspoken.

Zach & Dennis: How It All Began

A late-middle-aged gay man wakes up to discover an attractive young man in his bed. Upon finding Zach in his bed, Dennis is unsure if is it more than a one-night stand or perhaps it could be more.

200 First Dates

Single and somewhat unattractive, Luca overhears her mother speaking with her younger sister, saying that she won't be able to bring a real boyfriend to her sister's wedding. Luca swears to defy this prediction and she makes a bet with her mother and declares that she'll find her true love in 275 days.