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Autumn favourites

27 September 2022

It’s officially autumn – the season when leaves turn glorious colours, the temperatures cool and the nights start drawing in. Autumn also sees the return of some of our favourite TV shows and here are a few we are watching right now.

The Great British Bake Off

Prue, Paul, Noel and Matt are back for the thirteenth series of The Great British Bake Off. We’ve already been treated to mini sandwich cakes; a six layered red velvet cake; a 3D cake replica of a home that the bakers have once lived in; decorative Macarons; Garibaldi Biscuits and a 3D biscuit Mask. We can’t wait to see which baker whips their way to be this year’s winner.

Sequins at the ready 

No doubt thousands of sequins are frantically being stitched on to dozens of fabulous costumes that will grace the dancers as they take to the floor in Strictly Come Dancing! Anton Du Beke returns to the judging panel and is joined by head judge Shirley Ballas plus Motsi Mabuse and the fab-u-lous Craig Revel Horwood. We can’t believe this show has been a firm favourite for 20 years.

Odd socks and sea slug

The Masked Dancer UK 2022 is back for its second series. This masked extravaganza promises to be the ‘most bonkers’ yet. Twelve celebrities will try to keep their identities secret as they perform dance routines in outrageous costumes including Odd Socks, Sea Slug and the show’s first-ever double act with Pillar and Post. There’s definitely an array of weird and wonderful ensembles this year… but who will win this masked madness?

The Suspect

It’s not all sequins and cakes, we’re watching. ITVs The Suspect, starring Poldark’s Aidan Turner, is a classic nail-biting, psychological drama, packed with twists that has us on the edge of the sofa. The series focuses on the story of clinical psychologist Dr Joseph O’Loughlin whose perfect life suddenly begins to fall apart when he finds himself at the centre of a murder case.

A fond farewell

Sadly, Doc Martin season 10 is the final ever series of this brilliant drama. Set in the fictitious Cornish village of Portwenn, Doc Martin has been a regular part of the ITV schedules since 2004 and is popular around the world, from Spain and Italy, to Scandinavia and Australia. We’ll certainly miss grumpy Dr Martin Ellingham and all the other characters we’ve come to know over the years.

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