If you're hoping to avoid the World Cup this week, there are still some must-sees woven around the football schedule.
Highlights to look out for include the launch of Netflix's Tim Burton series Wednesday, and the final of the most controversial series of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! ever.
Soap fans, take note - there's a lot of movement in the schedules over the coming weeks which you can read more about here.
The best things to watch on TV this week, 21 - 27 November, 2022
David Baddiel: Jews Don't Count - Channel 4 - Monday, 9pm
The comedian presents this documentary version of his book of the same name, detailing how his and other Jewish people's experience of antisemitism differs from how other racism is treated.
Along with a host of famous guests including David Schwimmer, Miriam Margolyes, Neil Gaiman and Sarah Silverman, Baddiel explores why racism against Jews isn't called out as often or as loudly as other hate crimes are.
Tokyo Vice - BBC One - Tuesday, 9.10pm
It's BBC's turn to air the Starplayz drama starring Ansel Elgort as American journalist Jake Adelstein which is based on his memoir of being the first foreigner to work on one of Japan's major newspapers.
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He quickly encounters a willingness to ignore serious crime and a claim that there are no murders to investigate, while joining forces with the police department and uncovering a world of sinister corruption.
Louis Theroux Interviews Katherine Ryan - BBC Two - Tuesday, 9pm
This week, Louis Theroux is hanging out with Canadian comedian turned UK resident Katherine Ryan.
She's known for her outspoken stand-up shows, but as well as going along to a gig with her, Theroux also uncovers more about Ryan's home life and parenting juggle of a teen and a toddler.
Wednesday - Netflix - Wednesday
Tim Burton brings us a fresh take on the Addams Family in this original Netflix series that focuses on daughter Wednesday, played by Jenna Ortega.
Wednesday has had a little trouble finding a school that suits her special abilities, so when she wins a place at her parents' old stomping ground of Nevermore Academy, it looks like she could have finally struck gold.
But a monstrous killing spree and a supernatural mystery involving parents Morticia (Catherine Zeta-Jones) and Gomez (Luis Guzman) in their Nevermore days keep Wednesday firmly distracted from her studies.
I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! - ITV - Sunday, 9pm
The reality series continues from the jungle all week with at least one eviction each night, but on Sunday we will finally see the King or Queen of the Jungle crowned.
It's been an eventful series, from the return to Australia to Olivia Attwood's early exit and Matt Hancock's shock arrival, but is the final surprise still in store?
Find out whether a hero or villain of the camp will claim the winner's crown in the live final.
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