Wondering what to watch? This week on UK TV will be an exciting one thanks to an array of new dramas and thrilling reality series coming out.
ITV will be bringing viewers a reality dating show of a different kind, My Mum, Your Dad, while Channel 4's Alone comes to an end and the BBC is launching a special edition of its Race Across the World.
Elsewhere, Prime Video has a new drama starring Jenna Coleman, Disney+ will be heading back to Wrexham in a new season of its critically-acclaimed documentary series, and Apple TV+'s The Morning Show is making its comedback.
Here is Yahoo UK's guide to the week ahead.
Sunday 10 September, 8pm: Jamie Cooks the Mediterranean | Channel 4
Get your cook on with Jamie Oliver, who will teach viewers how to cook an array of dishes that inspired his new cookbook 5 Ingredients: Mediterranean.
The professional chef travels to Greece, Spain, France and Tunisia to find exciting new ways to make dishes that those at home will love to cook, and won't find too difficult to make.
Sunday 10 September, 9pm: Alone: The Final | Channel 4
Channel 4's survival reality series is coming to an end, with the remaining contestants competing to win £100,000 by being the last person standing.
The contestants have endured nearly a month alone in the Canadian wilderness, and things are starting to take its toll as the show reaches its finishline.
Monday 11 September, 9pm: My Mum, Your Dad | ITV1
It's a dating show but not as you know it, this time rather than focus on the love lives of young singles on Love Island ITV is instead focusing on an older generation, single parents to be exact.
In My Mum, Your Dad the whole family is involved as the parents have been nominated by their grown-up children, who also appear on the show to help their parents along in the hope they can find another shot at love.
Wednesday 13 September, 9pm: Celebrity Race Across the World | BBC One
A host of celebrities are set to take on the challenge of Race Across the World, which sees them travel from Marrakech, Morocco to Tromsø, Norway on an epic 10,000km journey.
Alex Beresford, Mel Blatt, and Hary Judd are amongst the stars competing on the show alongside their loved ones, travelling across 24 countries to reach their final destination.
Wednesday 13 September, 9pm: Domina season 2 | Sky
In Ancient Rome one woman ruled from the shadows, Livia Drusilla who was the wife of emperor Augustus and whose descendants went on to rule Rome.
Sky's drama about the historical figure returns for season 2, with Livia's (Kasia Smutniak) schemes of avenging her father and restoring the Republic coming back to haunt her, while her husband Gaius (Matthew McNulty) starts a war of Succession amongst his heirs.
Wednesday 13 September: The Morning Show season 3 | Apple TV+
One of Apple TV+'s darlings, the show's new season will see Bradley and Alex face new challenges when their company draws the interest of tech giant Paul Marks (Jon Hamm), and also is the subject of a cyberattack.
Wednesday 13 September: Welcome to Wrexham season 2 | Disney+
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney return to the Welsh town of Wrexham where they own the local football team and have been supporting them in the hope the club can be promoted in the league.
The documentary series gives viewers a closer look at the football team, the people of Wrexham and, of course, their A-list managers, and the new series will certainly have a few surprises in store.
Friday 15 September, 9pm: Arena: Coco Chanel Unbuttoned | BBC Two
The BBC is taking a look behind the icon in a feature-length documentary about the woman who changed fashion: Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel.
Sharing insight into her childhood, her personal life and her rise in the fashion industry, this promises to be one of the definitive exploration of Coco Chanel.
Friday 15 September: Wilderness | Prime Video
Jenna Coleman plays a woman desperate for revenge after discovering her husband has cheated on her, despite her giving up everything she had for him.
In this gripping thriller, Coleman's Liv embarks on an elaborate plot to find a way to kill Will (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) during their picture-perfect road trip across America and get away with it.
Watch the trailer for Wilderness: