The 10 best TV shows to watch this week, from Interior Design Masters with Alan Carr to ZeroZeroZero



Alan Carr standing in front of a statue of a man: Interior Design Masters with Alan Carr (Photo: BBC/Darlow Smithson Productions/Banijay/Ellis O'Brien)


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Interior Design Masters with Alan Carr (Photo: BBC/Darlow Smithson Productions/Banijay/Ellis O’Brien)

We Are: The Brooklyn Saints

From Friday 29 January, Netflix



a person wearing a helmet holding a baseball bat: We Are: The Brooklyn Saints (Photo: Netflix)


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We Are: The Brooklyn Saints (Photo: Netflix)

After the success of Last Chance U and Cheer, Netflix has become the place to go for sports documentaries. The streaming service’s latest addition follows an American football programme in the heart of inner city New York for boys aged seven to 13. Much more than a sports team, the Brooklyn Saints is a community, its members supporting and loving one another through the high pressure of adolescence.

Grayson’s Art Club: Get Creating

Sunday 31 January, 7pm, Channel 4



Philippa Perry et al. standing in front of a brick building: Grayson’s Art Club (Photo: Channel 4)


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Grayson’s Art Club (Photo: Channel 4)

The Perrys and their cat Kevin invite us back to their studio in the hope of distracting and inspiring us through another lockdown. As well as inviting the general public to send in their own creations, Perry will reflect on the importance of art in troubling times and tell the story of Art Club so far.

Rhod Gilbert: Stand Up to Infertility

Sunday 31 January, 9.45pm, BBC Two



Rhod Gilbert looking at the camera: Rhod Gilbert: Stand Up To Infertility (Photo: BBC)


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