Here are Yahoo's top telly picks for the week

New Year’s Day

It’s Jack and Ronnie’s big day and while we can’t tell you what happens, we CAN tell you that it will change the Square forever. Now, isn’t that a reason to watch?

New Year’s Day, 8pm, C5

LEGALLY BLONDE – Hard to believe that Elle Woods and Bruiser first hit our screens over 15 years ago. It’s as ageless as Reese Witherspoon herself. And just the tonic after a uber-dramatic EastEnders.

New Year’s Day, 8.30pm, BBC One

SHERLOCK – So, we think a few people might be a *bit* excited about Benedict and Martin’s return to the small screen. Moriarty is seemingly back from the dead, while someone else is busy smashing up busts of Thatcher.

Bank Holiday Monday, 9pm, BBC One

SILENT WITNESS – It’s a landmark series for the show as it hits the big 2-0. A severed finger is brought to the Lyell Centre – but does the DNA match a young Syrian refugee who it was sent to?

Bank Holiday Monday, 9pm, C4

THE UNDATEABLES – So pleased to see this touching series back. It kicks off with Sam, who has Asperger's; Ian, who’s loosing his sight and wants to meet the love of his life quickly; and Kate, who says, "Funny is kind of important - I like guys that make me laugh". Welcome back.

Bank Holiday Monday, 10pm, C4

FIRST DATES HOTEL – It’s First Dates, but not as we know it. Fred has left the restaurant for a bit to matchmake singletons in the sunshine. Singletons like Essex boy Joey, who wants his first boyfriend to have sticky out ears.

Tuesday 23 January, 9pm, C5

CELEBRITY BIG BROTHER – It MIGHT seem like Stephen Bear only won CBB a few weeks ago, but it’s back already with an all star line -up and new look house. Will Bear retain his title?

Tuesday 3 January, 9pm, C4

24 HOURS IN A&E – Tissues at the ready as a 27-year-old man is rushed in, while his wife – of seven days – watches on helplessly. More inspirational tales from the NHS front lines.

Tuesday 3 January, 10pm, BBC Two

REVOLTING – A new satire sketch show mocking the state of the nation. Because, apart from all the horror and general rubbishness, it’s actually pretty funny. Like Dennis Pound who is trying to get new UKIP policies from the streets of Loughton.

Wednesday 4 January, 8pm, Sky1

A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN – Nice to see that James Cordon can still take time out of being a superstar in the States to present ALOTO alongside regulars Jamie Redknapp and Freddy Flintoff.

Wednesday 4 January, 9pm, C4

CELEBRITY BIG BROTHER – The housemates have been inside for 24 hours now, so it seems a good time to check in on who is getting on – and off – with who. And, ooooh, look at that pool.

Wednesday 4 January, 9pm, C4

NO OFFENCE – Viv Deering is back, and she’s got a new boss. The second series kicks off with the funeral of a notorious gang leader’s son.

Thursday 5 January, 9pm, ITV

UNFORGOTTEN – Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar are back with the cold case drama series that wowed in 2015. There’s a new ensemble cast and new case – let’s hope it lives up to the first series.

Thursday 5 January, 9pm, C4

SPIES – We don’t know much about this new reality show from the makers of SAS: Who Dares Wins apart from three ex-spies put 15 members of the public through their MI5 paces.

Thursday 5 January, 10pm, C5

GET YOUR TATTS OUT: KAVOS INK – Tattoo shows are so hot rn, and what could be better than combining Tattoo Fixers with Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents? Literally, nothing.

Celebrity Big Brother: Official line-up leaked

If you simply can’t wait a couple more hours to find out who will be entering the Celebrity Big Brother house then you’re in luck, because the official line-up has reportedly leaked online ahead of tonight’s launch show.
With producers promising an explosive series, here are the All Stars and New Stars set to make-up the class of 2017’s CBB housemates:

Friday 6 January, 10pm, C5

LIP SYNC BATTLE – Sir Danny of Dyer tackles Amy Winehouse and goes head to head with Craig Revel-Horwood in the first in the new series. Pro Green and Mel B are back hosting too.

Channing Tatum's Gambit will shoot "next year," says producer
Channing Tatum's Gambit will shoot "next year," says producer
Let It Shine winners will only be backing singers in Gary Barlow musical
Let It Shine winners will only be backing singers in Gary Barlow musical
Saturday 7 January, 8pm, BBC One

THE VOICE – It’s the singing show’s first outing in its new home, with its new judging line up. Will it be a bigger success on ITV? Will we be able to remember the winner in a year’s time? Can we PLEASE have a go in the spinny-chairs? So many questions.

Tom Hardy reportedly loses £2m on BBC drama 'Taboo'
Tom Hardy reportedly loses £2m on BBC drama 'Taboo'

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