TV treats in store this week include the finale of BBC One's star-studded thriller Inside Man, a first chance for UK viewers to see hit comedy The Bear on Disney+, and Stephen Graham's new series for ITV The Walk-In.
Comedian Rob Beckett launches a new celebrity relationships series with Unbreakable, while documentary highlights include Paxman: Putting Up with Parkinson's and Kate Garraway and Alison Hammond's episode of DNA Journey.
At the weekend, Strictly Come Dancing reaches its first themed episode with the ever-popular movie week - but who will be next to leave the ballroom?
The best things to watch on TV this week, 3 - 9 October, 2022
Inside Man - BBC One - Monday/Tuesday, 9pm
Viewers were gripped by Steven Moffat's new thriller last week, introducing a many-stranded moral dilemma played out by David Tennant, Stanley Tucci, Lydia West and Dolly Wells.
This week sees the return of the second half of the series over Monday and Tuesday evening, where we'll see whether Janice manages to escape the cellar, if Harry really is capable of murder, and if Jefferson and Beth will work the mystery out in time to save them both.
The Walk-In - ITV - Monday, 9pm
You know it's a good drama when Stephen Graham is involved, and for The Walk-In he takes on the role of a former Neo Nazi trying to avert disaster.
Following the true story of his character's attempts to infiltrate a far right group plotting to murder an MP, it's a tough watch with a gripping performance from Graham.
Paxman: Putting Up with Parkinson's - ITV - Tuesday, 9pm
Broadcaster Jeremy Paxman was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 18 months ago, but this is the first time he has allowed cameras in to observe his life with the degenerative condition.
He opens up on what life has been like for him since the diagnosis and tries a number of activities - including ballet and bowls - thought to help.
Paxman will meet other high-profile people living with the disease as well as researchers working on projects that he hopes will make a difference for him.
The Bear - Disney+ - Wednesday
Comedy The Bear has been winning fans in the US for a while now, but UK viewers finally get the chance to see it this week when it arrives on Disney+.
Carmen “Carmy” Berzatto (Jeremy Allen White) has returned home to the city after years in the landscape of fine dining and is now tasked with taking over the running of his family's struggling sandwich shop due to the death of his brother.
Unbreakable - BBC One - Thursday, 8pm
Comedian Rob Beckett puts celebrity couples to the test with physical, mental and emotional challenges to find out who has the strongest bond.
Taking part are couples including Strictly head judge Shirley Ballas and Danny Taylor, Loose Women's Denise Welch and Lincoln Townley, and Falklands veteran Simon Weston and his wife Lucy.
DNA Journey - ITV - Thursday, 9pm
The final episode of this year's DNA Journey arrives this week, following ITV daytime stars Kate Garraway and Alison Hammond on their explorations of their family trees.
Garraway tracks down long-lost cousins in London and makes an exciting James Bond connection, while Hammond discovers some amazing secrets about her family on a trip to Jamaica.
Strictly Come Dancing - BBC One - Saturday, 6.30pm
We're three weeks into Strictly, which means the annual movies week is here - the first themed episode of the series.
It's a chance for the show's wardrobe and set teams to go wild, making for some memorable moments in the ballroom.
Of course, Sunday brings the second elimination - who will follow Kaye Adams off the dancefloor?
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