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This weekend's biggest TV news is of course that Strictly Come Dancing is back, with a chance to see who the couples will be in Saturday night's launch show on BBC One.
Other highlights to look out for include the Celebrity MasterChef final on Friday, the return of Gogglebox, and a new series of acclaimed teen drama Sex Education which begins streaming on Netflix.
Read more: All you need to know about Strictly 2021
West End show Everyone's Talking About Jamie gets a film version at Amazon Prime Video, while the weekend rounds off on Sunday night with tense drama from Suranne Jones series Vigil.
Celebrity MasterChef - BBC One - 9pm
All week, the famous amateur cooks have been battling through challenges in the hopes of making Friday night's grand final.
Joe Swash, Kadeena Cox and Megan McKenna are the three cooks in with a chance of lifting the trophy, but who will cook their way to glory?
Read more: Who are the Celebrity MasterChef finalists?
Gogglebox - Channel 4 - 9pm
The TV review show usually offers us a bit of light entertainment, but it's been sad times for the Gogglebox cast recently with Pete McGarry, Andrew Michael and Mary Cook all sadly passing away this summer.
However, the show is back for a new series and it's still a highlight of the week for many viewers, who'll be looking forward to seeing the cast's opinions on the week's telly.
Sex Education - Netflix
Teen drama hit Sex Education is making a much-anticipated return to Netflix this weekend, where series three will begin streaming.
Moordale welcomes a new headteacher this term, but she's far from the cool teacher she first appears to be as she tries to dramatically change the school's sexually open culture.
Added to that are plenty of new relationships, old loves and sexual explorations as well as Gillian Anderson's character Jean's unexpected pregnancy.
Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Amazon Prime Video
It's been a huge hit in the West End, and now the show's film version is coming to Amazon - great news for anyone who hasn't been able to make it to the theatre.
Max Harwood plays Jamie, a teen looking to pursue a drag career in Sheffield, while Richard E. Grant is his drag mentor in this tale inspired by a true story.
Strictly Come Dancing - BBC One - 7.45pm
It's one of the TV events of the year and this time we're back to a full series of Strictly as the celebs line up to show us their dance moves.
This week it's the launch show where we'll see which celebrity is matched with which pro dancer - including former Great British Bake Off winner John Whaite who will become part of the show's first all-male competitive pair.
At the end of the episode we'll get a chance to see who the strong contenders are with the group dance, before the couples return for the first live show next week.
When Nirvana Came to Britain - BBC Two - 9.30pm
Music documentary When Nirvana Came to Britain tracks the grunge band's rise to fame on their trips to the UK from their US home, starting in small venues and pubs in 1989 and leading up to their sell-out shows by 1994.
Former band members Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic look back over their successes and the eventual tragic loss of frontman Kurt Cobain, who took his own life in 1994.
Last Man Standing: Suge Knight and the Murders of Biggie and Tupac - BBC Two - 9pm
There's another music-themed documentary on Sunday night, although this one has a true crime spin to it as it examines the evidence of Suge Knight's involvement in rappers Notorious BIG and Tupac Shakur's deaths.
Former Death Row Records CEO Knight was recently sentenced to 28 years for manslaughter and documentary maker Nick Broomfield picks up the subject from his 2002 film Biggie & Tupac.
Vigil - BBC One - 9pm
It's the penultimate episode of hit Sunday night drama Vigil, starring Suranne Jones as a detective carrying out a murder investigation aboard a Navy submarine.
The tension ramps up this week as hostile boats begin tracking HMS Vigil, the police and MI5 try to work out who the Russian informant is, and communications remain down.
The Who Cares Wins Awards with The Sun - Channel 4 - 7.30pm
A new spin on the awards ceremony sees Davina McCall host a night in tribute to the healthcare heroes who have helped us through the pandemic.
Honouring carers and medics in various categories, the awards also welcome stars including Kate Garraway and David Beckham.
Watch: Who is Strictly's John Whaite?