This week, we say goodbye to Catherine Cawood and Happy Valley for good. But we also get plenty of new stuff, headlined by Irish series North Sea Catch on BBC Four, Your Honor (starring Bryan Cranston) and Swedish series Top Dog on All4 via Walter. Enjoy!
1 Happy Valley *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE* *LAST IN SERIES*
Catherine works her final shift, when scores are settled for good, while grandson Ryan faces a moral dilemma.
Sunday 5th February, 9pm, BBC One
2 Vera *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODES*
Adapting to civilian life was not easy for Lance Corporal Conn Burns and after a series of bad life choices, he found himself desolate, down and out on the streets of Newcastle. Attempting to get his life back on track, Conn had recently been making moves that would see him repay old debts, rebuild relationships and get him off the streets. DCI Stanhope is called in after the body of Burns is discovered, and unearths secrets from his past and betrayal in the present.
Sunday 5th February, 8pm, ITV1
3 North Sea Catch *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
Connemara family the Kennys have fished off the west coast of Ireland for generations. However, skipper Ciara might very well be the last to do so after her brother Aidan puts the family’s lives in danger by facilitating a drug route for a Swedish cartel to help fund a new business venture.
Saturday 4th February, 9pm, BBC Four
4 Your Honor *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
A judge confronts his convictions when his son is involved in a hit-and-run that embroils an organized-crime family. Facing impossible choices, he discovers how far a father will go to save his son’s life.
Friday 3rd February, Paramount+
5 Silent Witness *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODES* *LAST IN SERIES*
Jack comes to the aid of an old friend, and is sucked into a difficult case, where he is pitted against his former mentor. As Nikki and the team start to create a picture of what happened, they learn nothing is as it seems. Dealing with a family of serving police officers, they have to tread carefully, as their relationships prove to be another obstacle for the team to overcome.
Monday 30th and Tuesday 31st January, 9pm, BBC One
6 Top Dog *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
A mysterious disappearance makes two completely separate worlds collide, creating an extremely odd couple – the lawyer Emily and recently released convict Teddy.
Friday 3rd February, All4/Walter Presents
7 The Followers (As Seguidoras) *NEW UK PREMIERE SERIES*
A digital influencer takes her obsession with her own image to its ultimate consequences, becoming a serial killer beyond suspicion.
Friday 3rd February, Paramount+
8 The Catch *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Still reeling from the discovery he made on the boat, Ed confides in Bob, who tells him that he has CCTV footage which suggests George could be behind the sabotage. Desperately seeking answers, Ed decides to contact his old navy comrades, and also secretly employs the services of a private investigator. Later, on a boat trip with Ryan, Ed receives a disturbing phone call from George.
Wednesday 1st February, 9pm, Channel 5
9 The Madame Blanc Mysteries *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Jeremy’s old rock ‘n’ roll friend Dura is recording his comeback album in the Millhouse. Jeremy locks him in and leaves him to work alone – but not before insisting on taking a selfie. Outside, in the sound van Dura’s wife Manderina, and Marco, his sound engineer, have just started to record Dura’s latest track when they hear him scream. When Dura is found dead with a head injury and a strange symbol drawn on his face, Jean attempts to find the killer.
Thursday 2nd February, 9pm, Channel 5
10 Murdoch Mysteries *NEW UK PREMIERE EPISODE*
Murdoch suspects author Rudyard Kipling is involved in the murder of a writer at a convention.
Thursday 2nd February, 9pm, Alibi