40 TV Shows From 2022 You Still Need To Catch Up On

With new streaming services popping up every year there has never been so much TV to watch! It can be hard to keep track of the stand out shows you have missed. Here are 40 TV shows from 2022 that you may not have caught up on yet including the much discussed 20th Anniversary of Harry Potter, The Tourist, Midnight Asia and Around The World In 80 Days.

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With new streaming services popping up every year there has never been so much TV to watch! It can be hard to keep track of the stand out shows you have missed. Here are 40 TV shows from 2022 that you may not have caught up on yet including the much discussed 20th Anniversary of Harry Potter, The Tourist, Midnight Asia and Around The World In 80 Days.

Death To 2021

Netflix's Death to 2021 is a mockumentary discussing the year just gone. The special, which is a follow-up to Death to 2020, features a cast of fictional characters examining current events in the United States, including the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccination disinformation, and Big Tech. Broke and Bones is the production company behind the Death To series, it was formed by Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones, who are well known for their work on the science fiction series Black Mirror. Brooker was assigned a smaller part in the 2021 special. Hugh Grant, Tracey Ulman, and Joe Keery star as an eccentric group of "experts" debating satirically the year's top news stories and cultural events. Lucy Liu, Stockard Channing, and William Jackson Harper join the cast as well. Laurence Fishburne also features as the narrator.

Servant - Season 2

Servant is an American psychological horror series about Dorothy and Sean Turner who  are a wealthy couple from Philadelphia. They drift apart following the death of their thirteen-week-old son, Jericho. Dorothy has a full psychotic breakdown, and the pair undergo transitory object therapy with a realistic reborn doll. Dorothy's only way out of her state of psychosis following Jericho's death was the doll, which she believes is her own child. Six weeks after his death, they hire Leanne Grayson, a young nanny, to move in and look after the pretend baby Jericho. Leanne is from Wisconsin, very mysterious had seems to possess supernatural abilities that she cannot control. 

Afterlife Season 3

After Life follows local newspaper journalist Tony Johnson, whose life is turned upside down when his wife dies of breast cancer.   He considers suicide, but instead opts to spend the rest of his life blaming the world for his wife's death by saying and doing whatever he wants, regardless of how it affects others. Despite the fact that he considers this to be his "superpower," his plan is disrupted when everyone around him feels sorry for him and attempts to help him become a better person. We meet Tony's small world of strangers in the fictional town of Tambury who try to make him feel better about life. He later notices their own problems and difficulties and tries to help them overcome them. 

Junior Bake Off - Season 7

The children's spin off to the classic Great British Bake Off, Junior Bake Off sees the best young bakers in Britain, between the ages of nine and 12, take on a series of challenges to win the title of Star Baker. The series debuted in 2011 as a spin-off from The Great British Bake Off on CBBC but is now on Channel 4 with an esteemed line up of hosts. Comedian Harry Hill is presenter and ex-bake off star Liam Charles and chef Ravneet Gill are the judges. There are also occasional appearances from Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood, the judges from the adult series. Each series of Junior Bake Off includes 15 episodes and only includes a technical and a showstopper challenge. 

The Tourist

When a nameless man wakes up in an Australian hospital with amnesia, he must piece together his identity from the few clues he has before his past catches up with him. In the first scene, the man is travelling through the outback while he is followed by a truck whose driver is attempting to run him off the road. He is seen rolling his car over and then waking up in the middle of nowhere with no recollection of who he is. As a result, he finds himself in an unusual situation of trying to flee from a life he can't recall while being hunted by someone who wants him dead.

The Journalist

Anna Matsuda, a writer for the Toto Newspaper, is a well-known and respected journalist who uses her strong convictions to get to the bottom of every issue and uncover the truth. When confronted with political crimes in modern Japanese society, Anna makes it her mission to expose the corruption that is consuming her country.

The Journalist is an adaptation of a 2019 film of the same name. It is also based on the 2017 book by Isoko Mochizuki.

Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return To Hogwarts

Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts is a 2022 reunion special of the Harry Potter film series. 

The cast of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone gather at the Making of Harry Potter studio tour in London to have fresh discussions and share personal stories to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. It  features Chris Columbus, the director of The Philosopher's Stone, as well as the core trio of Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson. Helena Bonham Carter, Robbie Coltrane, Ralph Fiennes, Jason Isaacs, and others are among the main cast members to join the reunion.

The reunion features clips of and pays tribute to cast members who have since passed away, including Helen McCrory, Alan Rickman, John Hurt, Richard Griffiths and Richard Harris.

Ozark Season 4

Ozark is an American crime drama streaming television series created by Bill Dubuque and Mark Williams for Netflix. Now in it's fourth and final season, Ozark follows Marty and Wendy Byrde who move their family to the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri after a money laundering scheme went wrong. 

Marty proposes to make amends by offering to set up a bigger laundering operation in the Ozarks. They soon open a hotel, a casino and an adult club to launder money through. They also become entangled in the local criminal activity with the Langmores, Snells and the Kansas City Mafia.

In Season 4, we see Marty being given even more responsibility within the Navarro Cartel. He is the middle man between them and the FBI when cartel leader Omar wants to make a deal. His young and hot headed nephew Javi is none the wiser and is set to inherit the cartel's fortune. Laura Linney's character Wendy is set to reach new political heights while at the same time struggling with the loss of her brother and her son Jonah's new found interest in money laundering. Season 4 comes in two parts, and not everyone makes it out alive.

As We See It

As We See It is an American comedy-drama series based on the Israeli series On the Spectrum.

The series depicts three autistic room-mates, all of whom are played by actors who are themselves autistic. Mandy lives with them as a support worker. Harrison rarely leaves the house, Jack is a programmer and Violet works at a fast food restaurant. They work towards living independently and all have different goals they need to achieve each week. 

As We See It aims to show that the world isn't always built for people with autism and that life can be difficult without others knowing. 

Snowpiercer Season 3

Snowpiercer is a post-apocalyptic thriller based on the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige. It takes place in 2026, seven years after the planet has turned into a freezing wilderness, and follows the survivors of humanity who have found refuge on a constantly moving luxury train. Mr. Wilford, an eccentric billionaire, designed and built the train, which has 1,001 carriages and travels around the world 2.7 times per year. The train's constant motion produces energy and keeps the passengers from freezing to death. Since the disaster, the train's passengers have become rigidly divided by class, engaged in a revolutionary war against the enforced social hierarchy and unequal distribution of limited resources. The show delves into topics of class conflict, social inequality, and survival politics.

Midnight Asia: Eat Dance Dream

Midnight Asia: Eat Dance Dream is a documentary that captures the cuisine, drinks, entertainment, who sparkle in Asia's megacities after dark.

It's a travel documentary series that focuses on the nightlife of cities around East Asia. Director Joe Evans visits these cities with local crews to film late at night. He aims to show them as cities that never sleep and highlight just how alive cities like Tokyo, Mumbai, Seoul, Manila, Bangkok, and Taipei can be even in the early hours of the morning - a time when most are in bed.

The Apprentice

The Apprentice is on it's 16th series in the UK and is the first series to be broadcast since the COVID-19 pandemic. Businessman Lord Alan Sugar is on the hunt for his latest business partner and allows a group of candidates to pitch him their business ideas after 12 weeks of team-oriented tasks proving their business acumen.

The team members competing for Sugar's investment and guidance are usually full of huge egos which lead to awkward commercial disasters and controversies. 

Season 16 includes tasks such as promoting the cruise industry after it's break in the COVID19 pandemic, putting on corporate away days at the Silverstone race circuit and designing their own non-alcoholic drinks brand.


Cheer follows the nationally ranked Navarro College Bulldogs Cheer Team from Corsicana, Texas, as they prepare to participate in the National Cheerleading Championship in Daytona Beach, Florida, under the leadership of coach Monica Aldama.

As the series begins, the Cheer Team has won fourteen NCA National Championships in the junior college division, as well as five "Grand Nationals," which are awarded to the team with the best score among all competitors.

Coach Monica Aldama was a college cheerleader who, in 2000, developed the Navarro College team from the bottom up, making it one of the best in the country. This six-part series chronicles her journey as well as that of the athletes she trains.


Screw follows a group of struggling prison officials in Long Marsh's C Wing, including Leigh, a woman who has dedicated her whole adult life to the facility and its inmates. But she's a mystery to her coworkers, and she has secrets that could cost her more than her job. Meanwhile, Rose, a 21-year-old trainee cop, joins the team and divesto in at the deep end of life as a "Screw".

According to Channel 4, the show was inspired by the creator's experience working and volunteering in prisons, and it gives audiences a unique perspective on incarceration. 

Good Sam

After her supervisor and father, Dr. Rob Griffith, falls into a coma, heart surgeon Dr. Samantha Griffith takes over as the chief surgeon at Lakeshore Sentinel Hospital. When he wakes up and wants to resume surgery, Samantha has to supervise him instead. He is continuously undermining her abilities and competence, demanding that he be reinstated in his previous position. His stubbornness to let Sam enter the foreground irritates her, but he's also the one whose approval she craves. 

Rules Of The Game

A workplace thriller starring Maxine Peake stars as Sam Thompson, who arrives at the office one day to find a body reception! New HR officer Maya (Rakhee Thakrar) begins to examine historic cases of misconduct and question the toxic work culture at the company, but her work had previously been resisted by Sam. Rules Of The Game explores misogyny and toxic masculinity and was inspired by the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

The Responder

The Responder is a British crime drama series starring Martin Freeman and set in Liverpool. It was written by former Liverpool police officer Tony Schumacher.

Chris Carson is a police officer in a fictional Liverpool constabulary who has been dismissed from his position as an inspector and is sent to a series of night shifts across the city. He is also in therapy and can be seen with his mother in a nursing facility are interwoven with scenes of him at home. Rachel, an inexperienced but ambitious officer who wants to follow the rules, is his partner. 

Carson is a conflicted man with a split allegiance. He has the desire to do what is right but he also has a violent aggressive tendency fuelled by childhood trauma and exacerbated by his police career. 

Around The World In 80 Days

Around the World in 80 Days is a period drama series based on the 1873 Jules Verne novel of the same name, in which Phileas Fogg travels around the world by train and ship in 80 days.

Phileas Fogg bets a snobbish member of the renowned Reform Club £20,000 (£2,409,600 in 2022) that he can circumnavigate the world in just 80 days, accompanied by his new valet Passepartout and journalist Abigail Fix. Despite the fact that the plot is fictional, real-life figures like Jane Digby and Bass Reeves are shown conversing with the fictional characters.

Astrid & Lily Save The World

Astrid and Lilly Save the World is a supernatural teen series that centres on two high school outcasts who unexpectedly open a portal to another dimension and must battle it's monsters to save the world.

It is a more light-hearted, less teen-angsty Buffy the Vampire Slayer and neither Astrid nor Lilly are the Valley Girl type that Sarah Michelle Gellar’s Buffy was. Instead they are ostracised by their classmates for being too "weird", too big and too nerdy. So while the Best Friends accept the fact that they’ve accidentally opened a portal, they also start to accept themselves for who they are more than ever before.

Somebody Somewhere

The series is set in Manhattan, Kansas, and follows Sam as she goes through a midlife crisis following the death of her sister. She had returned to her hometown to care for her ill sister, but now that she has passed away, Sam is lost, aimless, and lonely.

As Sam deals with grief and acceptance, singing becomes her lifeline, leading her on a journey to discover herself and a society of outcasts who refuse to give up, demonstrating that discovering your people and finding your voice is possible. 

Inventing Anna

A journalist with a lot on her plate examines the case of Anna Delvey, a Instagram-famous influencer posing as a "German heiress" who captivated the New York social scene. Anna is either  New York's most famous con artist or a business woman chasing the American Dream.  While she is arrested and at Rikers awaiting trial, the reporter Vivian Kent races against the clock to find out who exactly Anna Delvey is and how she was almost loaned US$40m. The series was  inspired by the New York Magazine article "How Anna Delvey Tricked New York's Party People" by Jessica Pressler. 

Louis Theroux: Forbidden America

A brand-new Louis Theroux series on the BBC which sees the stoic documentary maker travel all over America to meet online content creators whose productions influence real-life views.

The first episode meets members of a group named America First who promote very far-right views, white nationalism and illegal behaviours. He wants to see how these live video streamers have grown audiences offline too and how many followers now live morally questionable lifestyles.

Louis has his usual calm and collected style but the interviews do get quite confrontational. He’s described in the press that Forbidden America is the “toughest and most explosive series to date”.

The Righteous Gemstones (Season 2)

The Righteous Gemstones tells the story of Eli Gemstone, the widowed patriarch of the Gemstone dynasty of televangelists and megachurch pastors. Jesse, Judy, and Kelvin are Eli's immature offspring, and they like to live extravagantly supported by church donations.

In the first season, Eli's distant brother-in-law, "Baby" Billy Freeman, is hired to manage the family's latest megachurch, which is housed in a shopping mall. Meanwhile, Jesse is threatened by a group of masked men who plan to leak a humiliating video showing the inappropriate behaviour of him and his friends at a private party.

Season two finds the Gemstone family challenged by outsiders when a figure from Eli's past returns and challenges his perspective. The Gemstone children want to spread their wings and start their own empires away from their Father’s supervision. Expect equal parts crime, lewd behaviour and televangelist deception. 

This Is Going To Hurt

This Is Going To Hurt is a brand new comedy-drama on BBC One which is based on the best-selling book from Adam Kay which everyone was talking about a few years ago. It documents his time as a junior doctor working in the NHS with his signature dry sense of humour.

The new series stars Ben Whishaw in the lead role of Adam who is very sarcastic, always exhausted and right in the centre of different medical emergencies. It is a revealing, hilarious and sometimes quite emotional depiction of what it is like working for the NHS in the UK.

The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel (Season 4)

The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel is one of the most successful comedy dramas on Amazon Prime - it’s won 20 EMMY awards! It’s set in the late 1950s and Miriam Maisel seems to have the perfect life for that time - a husband, two children and a great apartment in New York City. However, when her husband leaves her after 4 years, she drunkenly discovers that she has a hidden talent for stand up comedy. It changes her life completely - she does regular gigs in clubs and gets arrested for obscene language in her act. 

Midge climbed to her highest point and fell to her lowest in the last season. Midge was to join Shy Baldwin on his worldwide tour after a successful American leg as his support act. Midge was booted off the remainder of the tour moments before boarding the plane because of some poor jokes that threatened to disclose Shy's sexuality. Midge is hoping to enhance her performance in Season 4, which begins in 1960. Her dedication to her craft causes a rift in her relationships with her family and friends.

Pam & Tommy

Pam & Tommy is a miniseries that depicts Pamela Anderson and Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee at the beginning of their whirlwind romance. It all started in 1995, when they married after only knowing each other for 96 hours. The series then delves into the ramifications of their infamous unauthorised sex tape, which was privately recorded during their honeymoon.

Baywatch star Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee were one of the most talked-about celebrity couples of the late 1990s. After their intimate video was swiped from their Malibu residence by an angry contractor and eventually leaked to millions via the internet, their whirlwind romance quickly turned into a Hollywood nightmare. The workman devised a scheme to break into their estate and take a safe from the couple's garage, where he expected to find jewellery or firearms.

When the tape first appeared on the internet in 1997, it immediately became a pop-culture phenomenon. Pam and Tommy hired a private investigator and sued the videotape distribution company, securing confidential compensation.


Bel-Air is the reimagining of the 90s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air which starred Will Smith. This new version is set in modern day America and is a dramatic take on Will’s journey from the streets of West Philadelphia to the rich mansions of Bel-Air. Will still gets his second chance but this time, the production is able to explore the darker elements of moving up the social ladder.

The main character is still called Will Smith and he’s played by newcomer Jabari Banks. He’s captain of the basketball team, gets top marks in exams and is lined up to go to a top university. However, he has a fight with a neighbour, handles a gun and spends a night in jail. His Mum then sends him to California so his life doesn’t continue down a dangerous path. 

Bel-Air uses the premise of being black (and in Will’s case working class) in a predominantly white, upper class society. Themes explored include staying true to yourself, who can use certain language and finding out who is on your side. 

It came about after Morgan Cooper uploaded to YouTube a fan-made mock trailer for a dramatic remake of The Fresh Prince in 2019. Will Smith saw it and expressed an interest in expanding this concept as a reboot. There was a streaming bidding war for Bel-Air between Netflix, HBO and Peacock in 2020 and two seasons have already been commissioned.

Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye West Trilogy

Jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy is a documentary film directed by Coodie & Chike about the life of Kanye West and his various roles as an artist, record producer, businessman, and fashion designer. It paints an intimate portrait as Kayne builds his way from singer to businessman and becomes a global brand.

Kanye West, who is now legally known as Ye, is said to have been a demanding participant in the film's development, insisting in interviews that he needs final edit approval to be in charge of his own image.

Jeen-yuhs (a play on Genius) is a three-part limited series that features five hours of never-before-seen footage of Ye and his late mother, Donda.

Peaky Blinders (Season 6)

The sixth and final season is set to air on the BBC in February 2022. The first episode is named “Black Day” and we see the main character Tommy Shelby setting off to North America at the end of the prohibition in search of new opportunities. 

Season 5 ended with a failed assassination attempt of the facist leader Oswald Mosley and several characters were killed off. Mosley will be back as a character in Season 6 and so will Tom Hardy’s much-anticipated character Alfie Solomons. Stephen Graham has also joined the cast in an undisclosed role.

Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight has said in interviews that this last season is “the best series of all” and that the sixth season is only the “end of the beginning”. There is said to be a Peaky Blinders spin off feature film scheduled to be produced in 2023.

Sadly, this season will not include Helen McCrory’s character Polly after Helen suddenly passed away in 2021. Cast, including Cillian Murphy, have confirmed in press interviews that due to her ill health, she was unable to shoot any scenes for this series. There will be six episodes released weekly on Sundays at 9PM on BBC One.

Better Things (Season 5)

Better Things is a comedy-drama series created by Pamela Adlon and Louis C.K. which also stars Adlon in the lead role as a divorced actress, Sam Fox.

Sam is a single mother trying to raise her three girls, Max, Frankie, and Duke in Los Angeles while also trying to earn a living as an actor. She keeps an eye on her eccentric mother Phil, who lives across the street. Sam's everyday life is the focus of this series and her relationship with her daughters as they start to live their own lives.

Season 4 ended with Sam's ex-husband Xander arriving for dinner. He discovers that Max, Frankie, and Duke have all gone on a beach trip together. Sam informs Xander that she took out a bank loan to pay his alimony because she would rather owe a bank than him.

Killing Eve (Season 4)

Killing Eve is a hugely popular British spy thriller series. The series follows Eve Polastri, a British intelligence investigator tasked with apprehending the deranged killer Villanelle.

Eve Polastri is obsessed with female assassins, their psychology, and their lethal tactics. The two develop a mutual fascination as the chase progresses. Both ladies start to pay less attention to their original tasks in order to discover more about the other.

It is based on the Villanelle novel series by Luke Jennings and each of the individual series is led by a different female head writer. Laura Neal of Sex Education wrote Season 4, which is also the fourth and final season.

Eve and Villanelle admitted at the end of Season 3 that they draw out the worst in each other but are still compelled together. They make a promise to never see one another again, but as they walk their separate ways, they turn around to face each other suggesting that this pact doesn't last long. Villanelle appeared to be joining Carolyn at MI6, but the arrangement fell through.


Lumon Industries in New York City uses a "severance" programme to separate employees' personal experiences from their career memories. Mark is in charge of a group of office employees who have had their memories medically separated. Outside of work, a mysterious former colleague appears to Mark, telling him that he has 'reintegrated' into society by removing the severance implant from his head, and that he is concerned of being hunted by Lumon.

Mark must help his new employee Helly R. as her 'work brain' wakes up on the severance floor for the first time. She is unable to leave and has no recollection of her personal life or who she is outside of the office.

Phat Tuesdays: The Era of Hip Hop Comedy

Newcomer to the LA comedy scene, Guy Torry founded Phat Tuesdays, an all-black comedy night at the world-famous Comedy Store on the Sunset Strip, after the 1992 riots. It immediately became Los Angeles' trendiest club, drawing in basketball players such as Magic Johnson and Kobe Bryant as well as performers such as Prince, Tupac, and Snoop Dogg. The documentary series Phat Tuesdays  takes a look back at how numerous comedians,(including Nick Cannon, Chris Tucker, Bill Bellamy) got their big break on that stage and went on to become huge stars.

It not only helped establish the careers of many iconic artists, but it also served as a critical venue for those comedians to have their views heard.

Anthony Anderson, Tiffany Haddish, Steve Harvey, and Regina King are among those featured in the film.

The first episode of Phat Tuesdays covers the history of Black comedians being turned down by predominantly white comedy clubs in the 1990s, and how they instead discovered venues in South Los Angeles. In today's modern world, we hear how Phat Tuesdays has become a place for women who recount their experiences with misogyny. Stars of Phat Tuesdays return for special tribute to the night.

The Walking Dead (Season 11 Part 2)

The USA's longest running post-apocalyptic horror series is back for it’s final part. Season 11 Part 2 commences this February 2022 and will see the saga wrap up to completion before the promised spin-off shows and films expanding the franchise.

The first episode in Part 2 is named "No Other Way" and is said to show Maggie’s group escaping the Reapers, killing several. The first part of Season 11 saw Alexandria needing food. Maggie led a group to retrieve her old community of Meridian from a vicious gang of Afghanistan war veterans, the Reapers. After learning that his former lover Leah is a Reaper, Daryl is forced to join them as a spy. When Leah discovers Daryl's true loyalty, she kills and replaces her commander Pope, only to prolong the struggle against Maggie's gang. Elsewhere, Eugene's group arrives at the Commonwealth, a large prosperous community with a strict class structure.

Except for Leah, who Daryl lets escape, Maggie murders all of the remaining Reapers in cold blood. Understanding that Maggie would never forgive him, Negan sets out on his journey.

Celebrity Hunted for Stand Up To Cancer

Iwan Thomas, Richard Whitehead, Lisa Maffia, Chizzy Akudolu, Ollie and Gareth Locke-Locke, Chloe Veitch and The Vivienne are fugitives for Channel 4’s annual Stand Up To Cancer campaign.

The eight personalities will try to keep a low profile for two weeks as an elite team of hunters attempt to track them down. They will need to remain unnoticed with veteran police officers, intelligence, and service personnel on their tails. As well as avoid members of the public who recognise their famous faces. Their participation aids donations to Stand Up To Cancer, the joint national fundraising campaign from Cancer Research UK and Channel 4.

Super Pumped

Super Pumped is a drama anthology series based on Mike Isaac's 2019 nonfiction book of the same title.

The first chapter, titled The Battle For Uber, is based on Isaac's book and chronicles former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, during his rise and fall at the company. Uber is one of Silicon Valley's most lucrative and destructive corporations; sexual harassment and other types of discrimination were rampant at the corporate headquarters during Kalanick's time as CEO, according to BBC News in 2017.

The issues went unresolved by the human resources department, and Kalanick was accused of shielding his favourite staff from the consequences of their actions.

In future seasons, Super Pumped is said to look into other business success stories that have affected the culture.


Set between London and New York, Suspicion is based on the Israeli series False Flag.

Business executive Katherine Newman is horrified when her 21-year-old son Leonardo is abducted from a New York hotel by camouflaged strangers posing as members of the British royal family, including Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles. This occurs as Katherine is about to be appointed as the next US ambassador to the UK. Suspicion rapidly points to a set of diverse young British people who were staying at the hotel on the night of Leo's abduction while the National Crime Agency and the FBI investigate. The four suddenly find themselves in a high-stakes, transatlantic chase as they try to elude the authorities and prove their innocence.

The drama stars The Big Bang Theory’s Kunal Nayyar and Noah Emmerich from The Americans.

Back To 15 (De Volta Aos 15)

Back To 15 is a Brazilian drama launching on Netflix this February 2022 based on the 2013 novel of the same name by writer Bruna Vieira.

At 15, Anita had great expectations of adult life. She hoped to leave her tiny hometown of Imperatriz and travel meeting new people. But at 30, her life is nothing like what she had envisioned. She has few friends, lives in a renovated apartment and with no sign of love, Anita returns to her home town for her sister Luiza's wedding.

She ends up finding a way to travel back to age 15 and starts meddling with everybody's lives, until she realises the only life that needs fixing is her own.

Anita tries to fix Carol’s life, her cousin who is dating the biggest loser in town. Later Luiza, her sister, who lives trapped in the role of an innocent little princess; and also Henrique, her nerd best friend who has a secret crush on her.

The Great Cookbook Challenge

The Great Cookbook Challenge is the latest show to hit screens in the Great British Bake Off format. Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver hosts a competition that sees 18 cooks visit his Headquarters in London to compete in a series of cooking and publishing challenges. The winner will be able to pitch and finally create their own unique cookbook.

Each contestant comes armed with an interesting cookbook idea and has to prove why their concept should be the one printed. Some of the ideas being pitched are a whole recipe book dedicated to Lasagne and another purely about meals that can be mopped up with bread.

The judges include Louise Moore the Managing Director of the publisher Penguin Michael Joseph.

The creators of the show say that it’s aim is to demystify the publishing industry which is usually criticised as relying heavily on existing chefs. 

Gogglebox (Season 19)

The latest season of Gogglebox hits our screens in February 2022. The UK’s favourite armchair critics are back on Channel 4 watching shows including The Masked Singer, Pam & Tommy on Disney+ and Peaky Blinders Season 6. For the first time in 6 years, this series will feature a Scottish family! Glasgow-based Roisin and Joe will feature on Season 19.

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