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New TV for spring

6 April 2023

TV fans will be pleased to know there is a host of exciting new dramas and the return of many favourites due to arrive on our small screens in the coming weeks. There’s dark comedy, crime dramas, documentaries and so much more. Here are just a few upcoming TV shows we’re excited about.

Rain Dogs

Rain Dogs is a new eight-part dark comedy of brilliance thwarted by poverty and prejudice. Writer and single mum, Costello Jones along with daughter Iris, godmother Gloria and Costello’s loyal soulmate, Selby, are a makeshift family fed on defiance and chaos on the fringes of society, attempting to go straight in a crooked world.

I’m a Celebrity…South Africa 

Swapping the Australian Outback for the Kruger National Park in South Africa, we can’t wait for this All Stars special to start. The contestants will include iconic former campmates who have appeared in the show over the last 20 years. Ant and Dec will host as the stars return and battle it out to become the ultimate I’m A Celebrity legend. 

Highland Cops 

This new documentary series follows Police Scotland’s Highlands and Islands division across Scotland’s 12,000 square miles of beautiful yet challenging loch, glens, islands and mountains. From modern crime fighting to old-school rural police work, drug busts to deer poachers, no two days are the same for the Highland Cops.  


This new medical thriller follows Niamh Algar as Dr Lucinda Edwards, a smart, successful doctor derailed by one nightmare shift that ends in the death of an opioid patient. While the investigation into Lucinda’s actions gets underway, the investigating team of doctors are split in their thinking as to whether Lucinda’s behaviour and decisions ultimately led to the patient’s death.

Britain’s Got Talent 

New judge Bruno Tonioli joins the established line up of Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon in the search for Britain’s next best act. From singers to dancers, comedians and strange talents, we’re looking forward to seeing what new act will emerge as the winner.   

With so many great shows about to start this month, you don’t want anything to spoil your viewing. If you notice new interference to your free to view TV – there’s a small chance it may be due to mobile signal upgrades. We’re here to help. Call us on 0808 13 13 800 (free from UK landlines and mobiles).

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