On TV tonight the masked dancer continues on ITV, it’s a difficult change for Dylan in Victim on BBC One and Channel 5 shares a tribute to an iconic comedian in The Amazing Hattie Jacques: Larger Than Life. This is what you shouldn’t miss on TV tonight.
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What’s on TV tonight
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The best TV shows on TV tonight
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the masked dancerseason 26:30 p.m., ITV
Have you guessed who is hiding under any of the remaining masks? Now that all the celebs have danced, it’s time to zero in and zero in on who might be shaking their stuff underneath the brilliantly ridiculous and elaborate costumes. So far there have been very good guesses for the first dance double act, Pillar and Post (Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden?), for Tomato Sauce (Nigella Lawson/Clodagh McKenna?) and Pearly King (Danny Dyer/Ray Winstone). . ?) but with clues so confusing and often obscure, it really could be anyone below! We certainly didn’t guess in the first episode that American actor Jesse Metcalfe was an astronaut, proving that the sky is the limit for stars involved. Highly entertaining and totally addictive, this show is the perfect Saturday night entertainment.
Victim8:30 p.m., BBC One
Dylan in an emotional state (loved/angry/sad, take your pick) is always a fascinating watch, and tonight William Beck, who plays him, shines as the overwhelmed clinician leader. Scheming manager Marcus insists there is no money for additional security personnel and offers frontline doctors three measly body cameras. Naturally, Dylan is furious. His staff isn’t safe, his patients are dying in the hallways, and he’s demoralized, something Marcus capitalizes on at a board meeting when he tucks Dylan in properly. That is until Charlie bursts in and reveals that the lack of security has had disastrous consequences.
The Amazing Hattie Jacques: Larger Than Life8 p.m., Channel 5
A profile of the iconic comedic actress best known for her roles on the Continue movies, especially as the no-nonsense matron in four of the sitcom capers. This feature film also revisits her previous roles, including in popular radio series. Hancock’s half hour. She had a long-standing professional relationship with Eric Sykes and starred alongside him on the popular comedy series. sykes until her death in 1980. Family and friends also reveal her turbulent private life and her ambition to be taken seriously as a dramatic actress.
The best box to watch on TV tonight
Simon Reeve’s South AmericaBBC iPlayer
The adventurer is in South America to complete an epic 4,000-mile journey from Peru to Paraguay with five new episodes. As usual, Reeve sets out on a journey not for the faint-hearted, as he encounters refugees, warlords and forgotten tribes. His new journey begins in the Guiana Shield, an area of virgin jungle that stretches across Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana, which is being devastated by the illegal gold mining trade. There, he visits a remote Wild West-style mining town where everything is paid for in gold, joins a rebel ex-combatant on his gold mine in the jungle of Suriname, and even raids an illegal mine with the French Foreign Legion. He also visits Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, and Chile, encountering extraordinary stories and meeting remarkable people along the way. epic stuff.
The best movie to watch on TV tonight
paddington7pm, BBC One
Paddington Bear’s first big screen adventure is a joyous, warm, witty and generous-hearted family film that will delight young and old. Featuring the award-winning voice of Ben Whishaw, the jam-loving bear of Peru’s darkest appears in modern-day London after an earthquake destroys his jungle home. Taken in by the kindly Brown family, he quickly finds himself embroiled in all manner of culture shock comedies, while the threat looms in the form of Nicole Kidman’s evil taxidermist, who wants to add him to her collection at the Natural History Museum. With his beautiful fur rendered in CGI, Paddington fits perfectly into the film’s live-action world. Julie Walters and Peter Capaldi’s supporting turns are a bit over the top, but Hugh Bonneville and Sally Hawkins strike just the right realistic tone as the Browns, while Kidman’s slippery, perverted, stiletto-heeled dominatrix is simply to die for.
- rugby super leagueSt Helens v Salford Red Devils, 12.30pm (ko 1pm), C4
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