Added to the list of returning shows this weekend is Dancing On Ice, while Bad Education makes a comeback with a rebooted fourth season.
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There's also new entertainment to look out for as Gordon Ramsay launches contest Next Level Chef.
The best shows to watch on TV this week, 9 - 15 January, 2023
The Kardashians: Billion Dollar Dynasty - Channel 4 - Monday, 9pm
Love them or loathe them, there's no denying that the Kardashians have a fascinating story or two to tell and this documentary follows their impact on the world of modern celebrity.
If you missed the first episode, it's available on catch up, while Monday's second part documents the arrival of Kanye West in their midst.
Bradley & Barney Walsh: Breaking Dad - ITV1 - Tuesday, 9pm
The always-up-for-adventure duo return for a new series, this time headed for Latin America.
Father and son begin their journey in Mexico where they have a go at wrestling, before a hair raising trip through the mountains and continuing on to join the Cirque du Soleil.
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Next Level Chef - ITV1 - Wednesday, 9pm
Volatile celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is back with another high-stress cooking show, this time joined by Paul Ainsworth and Nyesha Arrington.
A range of keen home cooks and pro chefs compete across a three-story kitchen from a basic ingredient basement to fancy top floor.
The winner gets £100,000 and a year's mentoring by the trio.
Dancing On Ice - ITV1 - Sunday, 6.30pm
The celebrity cast was announced back in 2022 and after gruelling hours on the training rink, Patsy Palmer, Joey Essex and co are now ready to show the fans what they've learned.
Viewers will also see the return of Sylvain Longchambon to the pro cast as the skating pairs battle it out to win the 2023 trophy.
Bad Education - BBC Three - Sunday, 10pm
Jack Whitehall's teaching sitcom is back, only this time the comedian has moved from the cast into an exec producer only role.
The reboot sees some of his character's hapless former students back in school, this time as staff, while Mathew Horne's Fraser is a constant as continually inept head.