Five Fantastic Shows You’ve Got To See This Week
Friday @ 9pm, Virgin Media Two, Virgin TV 105
Lisa Cannon’s big-screen bonanza is back – and this week features an interview with the inimitable Benidict Cumberbatch! The man about to hit the screen in The Grinch talks all about the film, as well as his Sherlock and Marvel exploits, while the team run the rule over the major movie releases of the week. Any self-respecting film buff would be a fool to miss it!
Wednesday @ 9pm, BBC1, Virgin TV 108
Sir Alan Sugar’s agonising job application show has been producing the goods for years now – so it’s saying something when we go so far as to say that the latest instalment features the most cringeworthy cast they’ve ever put together! This week, the motley crews reach for the skies with a project based around a budget airline…but the smart money is on nothing really taking off!
SPURS v PSV
Tuesday @ 7.55, Virgin Media Sport, Virgin TV 116
Leads squandered late on, key players injured, and NFL teams absolutely wrecking their pitch; it’s not been the happiest of times for Spurs of late. It will turn to complete misery with anything less than a win here, as the faint hopes of making the knockout stages of the Champions League require three points and nothing less. If they don’t manage it, they’ll be just like us – watching the second round of the competition on the telly!
Thursday @ 8.30pm, E4, Virgin TV 112
His older self might still be Big Banging away, but we must admit the younger incarnation of the bould Dr Cooper really captured our hearts. Rejoice, then, that season two is just as enjoyable as the first; Iain Armitage is positively wonderful as the miniature mastermind, while the warm and likeable atmosphere makes it perfect viewing as you wind down for the weekend!
USYK v BELLEW
Saturday @ 6pm, Sky Sports Box Office - <a href="https://www.virginmedia.ie/ppv/">click here</a> to find out how to order
Seconds out! The undisputed cruiserweight title is up for grabs as the popular Evertonian Tony Bellew pits his wits against the fearsome champion Oleksandr Usyk. The unbeaten Ukrainian is the only fighter in the history of the division to unify all the major belts, so the odds are undoubtedly stacked against the home fighter – but two fights against the legendary David Haye proved that Bellew is a fan of an upset!
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