There's plenty to look forward to this weekend if you're tuning into terrestrial TV, with some fantastic movie choices, one-off specials, and some new and returning series to tune into.

Here's what the upcoming weekend TV guide is looking like for you.

Friday, June 5

'The best of the Late Late Show' - RTE One, 9.35pm

With the summer arriving and yet another season of the world's longest-running chat show over with, join Ryan Tubridy tonight as he recalls choice moments from the light entertainment show, featuring a mix of celebrity guests, music, in-depth interviews and discussions of interest.


'Later - with Jools Holland' - BBC Two, 10pm

Jools will spotlight Dublin band, Fontaines DC, this week as well as the host being joined by famed jazz musician Gregory Porter. Last year he launched podcast 'The Hang', which sees him chat to old and new friends from Jeff Goldblum to Annie Lennox. The star is planning to release his sixth album, 'All Rise', in August too.


'Watermelon' - Virgin Media One, 11pm

A Dublin woman living in London is left holding the baby when her doting boyfriend discovers the child he thought was his is actually someone else's. Leaving the "big smoke" behind, she returns to Ireland, hoping to bring up her baby in peace - but her disapproving parents and both former partners continue to make her life increasingly difficult. Comedy-drama based on Marian Keyes' novel, starring Anna Friel, Jamie Draven, Brenda Fricker, Ciaran McMenamin, Sean McGinley and Elaine Cassidy.


Saturday, June 6

'Brewster's Millions' - Sky Comedy, 7pm

A baseball player is stunned to learn he has come into a massive inheritance. Unfortunately, there is one condition - he must somehow find a way to spend $30million in just one month, or he will lose the lot. Meanwhile, two scheming lawyers, who stand to get the money if he fails, are determined to sabotage his efforts. Comedy, starring Richard Pryor, John Candy, Lonette McKee and Jerry Orbach.


'Goodbye Christopher Robin' - Channel 4, 7.05pm

Biopic of children's author AA Milne, focusing on how his relationship with his son influenced the creation of the Winnie the Pooh stories. The books prove immensely popular in a nation recovering from the trauma of the First World War, but bring the youngster who inspired them uncomfortably into the public eye. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie and Kelly Macdonald.


'Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer' - BBC One, 9.15pm

The former footballer, alongside Maya Jama and Alex Horne, hosts a new variety entertainment show, featuring live music, comedy skits and a host of celebrity guests via video links. Tonight, singer-songwriter Liam Gallagher joins the show for a chat and a game of Musical VAR, Dina Asher Smith and Mark Cavendish go head to head in The Sporting Fix, and Peter takes on an extreme challenge with footballing legend Shaun Wright Phillips. Plus, an exclusive musical performance in The Garden Sessions.


Sunday, June 7

'Big Brother: Best Shows Ever' - E4, 9pm

We didn't ask for it, but we're getting it - Davina McCall and Rylan Clark-Neal revisit some of the most memorable 'Big Brother' and 'Celebrity Big Brother' episodes as E4 celebrates the show. Expect to relive all of the drama from the past 20 years of the reality TV series.


'The Salisbury Poisonings' - BBC One, 9pm

On March 4, 2018, emergency services descend on Salisbury city centre where they find former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia unconscious on a park bench. They are taken to hospital where doctors struggle to diagnose the source of their illness, while DS Nick Bailey decides to investigate the Skripals' home for further casualties, but soon after returning to work he too begins to feel ill. Fact-based drama, starring Rafe Spall and Anne-Marie Duff.


'The Queen and the Coup' - Channel 4, 9pm

It's February 1953, the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's reign. Little does the Queen know she is about to be deployed in a US plot to topple Iran's democratic leader in favour of an all-powerful shah. Planned by MI6, and executed by the CIA, the coup destroyed Iran's democracy and had an impact on relations between Iran and the West. Using declassified secret documents, this documentary reveals the truth of what happened in 1953.