Looking for ideas of what to watch this week and next? Look no further.

We’re now mid-way through November, and there are still six must see TV shows due to launch over the next fortnight. Will you be tuning in?

Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness

It seems a lifetime ago that everyone was obsessed with Tiger King, and this week it’s finally back. In 2019 Joe Exotic was found guilty of the murder-for-hire plot targeting his rival, Carole Baskin. He received a 22-year sentence. Season 2 picks up with him in prison and Carole Baskin trying to get ownership of his zoo.
When: 17th Nov
Where: Netflix

Tiger King season 2

Tiger King
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Based on Irvine Welsh’s hit novel, Crime is set in Edinburgh and stars Dougray Scott as Detective Inspector Ray Lennox. The six-part series follows Ray and his team as they investigate the case of a missing schoolgirl. Ray must battle his own demons, as well as in-fighting in the police department to get to the bottom of the case.
When: 18th Nov
Where: Britbox

Crime Britbox

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Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol

Set before the events of The Da Vinci Code, the series follows a young Robert Langdon as he is tasked with solving a myriad of deadly puzzles to try find his mentor. If you love intrigue and fast-paced TV, this could be your new fave show.
When: 18th Nov
Where: Sky Max

The Lost Symbols Must see TV shows

The Lost Symbols
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The Wheel of Time

If you’re still mourning the loss of Game of Thrones and loved BBC’s adaption of His Dark Materials, then this new fantasy series could be what you’ve been waiting for. The series follows Moiraine (Rosamund Pike) in a world where magic exists. She leads five people on a journey to save the world.

When: 19th Nov
Where: Amazon Prime

Wheel of Time must see tv shows

Wheel of Time
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I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here

This year’s I’m a Celeb will once again take place in Wales at Gwrych Castle. Although the cast hasn’t been officially confirmed, rumoured names include; Eastenders’ Adam Woodyatt, Arlene Phillips, The Saturdays’ Frankie Bridge, David Ginola and Richard Madeley, among others.
When: 21st Nov
Where: ITV

I'm a Celeb Must See TV

I’m a Celebrity
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Selling Sunset
The fourth season of this glossy real estate show will see new faces introduced alongside series faves. Things have changed in the women’s lives, with new babies, a wedding, a divorce and two main characters leaving The Oppenheim Group. It’s set to be just as salacious as the previous seasons.
When: 24th Nov
Where: Netflix

Selling Sunset Must See TV Shows

Selling Sunset
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