Classic 90s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air gets a dramatic remake this week with Peacock's new launch Bel-Air.
It's a strong week for streaming services across the board, as Netflix debuts Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy and welcomes back Space Force for series two, while Amazon Prime Video has the fourth season of The Marvelous Mrs Maisel.
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Ant and Dec continue their reign of Saturday night TV with a new series of Saturday Night Takeaway on ITV.
Meanwhile, popular ITV drama continues with Sheridan Smith in No Return and Vicky McClure in Trigger Point.
The best TV to watch this week, 14 - 20 February, 2022
Bel-Air - Peacock
The dramatic reimagining of classic sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air launches on streaming service Peacock, available on Sky and NOW.
Newcomer Jabari Banks takes on Will Smith's iconic role as a West Philadelphia disadvantaged teen who moves to live with his wealthy relatives in Bel-Air for a fresh start.
It's a very different series to the comedy viewers know and love, but early reviews suggest it's managed to pull off a remake.
No Return - ITV - 9pm
Sheridan Smith's latest drama returns for episode two of the family holiday-turned-nightmare.
Teen Noah is panicking in prison as mum Kathy (Smith) assures him all will be fine - but his Turkish lawyer has a different story to tell as he reveals it could be many months before the case moves along at all.
This Is Going To Hurt - BBC One - 9pm
Ben Whishaw stars as Adam Kay in this excellent adaptation of the former junior doctor's memoirs from an NHS labour ward.
The series is also available on iPlayer, but this is its second episode to air on linear TV and sees Kay's personal and professional relationships hit further chaos as sleep deprivation and insurmountable workloads take their toll.
Although there are plenty of laugh-out-loud scenes, the emotion and trauma of life as a junior doctor are an eye-opener for anyone not familiar with the pressures of the NHS.
Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy - Netflix
Hailed as a "landmark documentary event", this series follows the life and career of Kanye West from his early days trying to break into the music industry to his global superstardom.
Lately, headline-grabbing personal developments might have overshadowed his professional achievements, but the documentary turns the focus back to West's incredible talent and humble beginnings.
Gemma Collins: Self-Harm & Me - Channel 4 - 9pm
The Towie star gives an unusually sobering take on life as a reality TV personality as she opens up on this deeply personal subject.
Collins has struggled with self-harm for two decades and here she speaks to her family and friends about the issue, as well as discovering more about her triggers.
Kate Garraway's Life Stories - ITV - 9pm
It's been billed as airing for the last two weeks, but the Charlotte Church episode finally makes its way onto screens tonight after production delays (definitely this time as there are no other interviews to air this series).
Garraway has already met John Barnes and Nadiya Hussain in her first series taking over from Piers Morgan and tonight she will delve into the life of former child singing star Church.
The Apprentice - BBC One - 9pm
The latest in a long line of tasks that seem designed to make the candidates fail is to design an electric pod car.
If they were any good at that, they probably wouldn't need Lord Sugar's backing, but it makes for an entertaining hour of cringeworthy competition.
Space Force - Netflix
Steve Carell's space agency comedy returns for a second series where he stars alongside John Malkovich and Lisa Kudrow.
General Naird and his team are under pressure from a new administration as they face challenges both of and out of this world.
The Marvelous Mrs Maisel - Amazon Prime Video
A fourth season of the period drama about a New York housewife who discovers a talent for stand-up comedy begins streaming today.
The last series aired before the pandemic began, so it's been a long wait for new episodes catching up with Rachel Brosnahan as Midge Maisel.
Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway - ITV - 7pm
TV's favourite hosts return with an incredible 18th series of their entertainment show, and this time they're welcoming back a live studio audience.
Featuring celebrity guests, pranks, challenges and plenty of prizes, it promises to lift Saturday evenings with Ant and Dec's infectious cheer.
Dancing On Ice - ITV - 6pm
The danger-ridden celebrity contest continues, this time with skating routines based on famous musicals.
Who will stay on their feet, who will impress the judges and who will make it through to another week?
Trigger Point - ITV - 9pm
Shocks and explosives continue in the bomb disposal thriller starring Line Of Duty's Vicky McClure.
Lana starts to unpick her grief over Nut's death with the help of a counsellor, but will she get any closer to discovering who the mystery bomber is?
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