Sunday Night Television
It’s a big night for television with the return of I’m A Celeb to ITV1, the latest booting off from The X-Factor and the welcome return of Doctor Who on BBC One. Read on to find out what to watch tonight on the box.
He’s back – and it’s about time too!
Doctor Who – The Waters Of Mars. Sunday 15 November 7.00pm, BBC One.
Mars, 2059. Bowie Base One. Last recorded message: “Don’t drink the water. Don’t even touch it. Not one drop.” The Doctor arrives on Mars in the mid 21st century but something is very wrong. The one-off special is being described as the ‘scariest’ adventure yet for the mysterious Time-Lord.
Starring David Tennant as The Doctor, Lindsay Duncan as Adelaide, Peter O’Brien as Ed with Sharon Duncan-Brewster and Alan Ruscoe. The Waters Of Mars is written by Russell T Davies and Phil Ford and is directed by Graeme Harper. Doctor Who Confidential follows on BBC Three at 8pm where the cast and crew discuss the filming of this one-off special.
Will ‘Deadwood’ duo Edward and John be given the boot tonight?
The X-Factor – Sunday, 15 November, 8:00PM ITV1
In tonight’s results show, seven contestants become six, as the two acts with the lowest public vote will sing once again for the Judges, before they vote on who should stay in the competition, and who should go. If a Judges’ majority decision is not reached, the deadlock is decided by the public vote result and the act with the lowest votes leave the competition.
Also, Shakira is to perform her new single ‘Did It Again’.
Celebs Up The Jungle
I’m A Celeb…..Sunday, 15 November, 9:00PM. ITV1
The award winning series is back with a brand new cast of celebrities preparing to leave their loved-ones and luxuries behind as they’re dumped in the middle of the Australian jungle with only the wildlife and each other for company. Back for its ninth series, the toughest celebrity challenge on TV is set to return with a bang and this year our celebrities will face their toughest tasks as the boundaries are pushed to the limit.
This year’s celebrities are: Lucy Benjamin, Gino D’Acampo, Camilla Dallerup, Sam Fox, George Hamilton, Stuart Manning, Colin McAllister, Justin Ryan, Sabrina Washington, Jimmy White and Kim Woodburn.