Here are some tips on what's worth watching on the box this weekend between now and Sunday night . . .

Pick of the weekend

Deadwood: The Movie, Saturday, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV, 9.00pm

One of HBO’s most iconic shows finally - well, hopefully! - gets the conclusion it deserves as, thirteen years after the final episode, the original cast reunite for a feature length return to Deadwood.

A forerunner in bringing high-production values to television, Deadwood was also responsible for reviving the career of Ian McShane in his role as brothel owner Al Swearengen – for which he won both a Golden Globe and an Emmy Award.

Timothy Olyphant also returns as Swearengen’s chief rival, Sheriff Seth Bullock, as the two look to finally settle their scores with one another.

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New or Returning Shows

Curvy Brides Boutique, 8.00pm Friday, TLC

Back for a third season, the run begins with third-time bride Janine, who hopes to finally find a gown with a wow factor but will her mum approve?

Elsewhere, Jacqui worries that her chosen dress can’t contain a baby-bump!

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Snow Patrol – Ward Park 3, 10.40pm Saturday, BBC One

Fans of the Northern Ireland band are sure to lap up this film of Snow Patrol's gig last weekend at Ward Park in Bangor – a concert that marked the band’s 25th anniversary.

The gig also includes some special guests, including a certain Bono from U2.

The Raft - Storyville, 9.00pm Sunday, BBC Four

In 1973, five men and six women drifted across the Atlantic on a raft as part of a scientific experiment studying the sociology of violence, aggression and sexual attraction in human behaviour.

Although the project became known in the press as 'The Sex Raft', nobody expected what ultimately took place on that three-month journey.

Through extraordinary archive material, and a reunion of the surviving members of the expedition, this film tells the hidden story behind what has been described as 'one of the strangest group experiments of all time'.

Escape to the Chateau, 7.00pm Sunday, Channel 4

In the first 18 months since Dick and Angel Strawbridge started a new existence in a fairy tale castle in France, restoring their dilapidated 45-room chateau hasn't been easy.

They've only renovated nine rooms so far and there are areas in the vast 12-acre estate that they haven't explored yet. But the chateau must start paying for itself, so Dick and Angel host their first-ever paid event at the chateau.

Guy Martin's D-Day Landing, 8.00pm Sunday, Channel 4

To commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, Guy Martin's on his biggest mission yet, which includes brutal training with the Red Devils parachute display team.

As this will be the last major anniversary witnessed by D-Day survivors, this tribute also contains a number of moving contributions from veterans including a flying nurse, a special forces pathfinder and a German soldier who fought the Allied invasion on the frontline.

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New to Download

Searching, from Friday, Sky Movies Premiere & NOW TV

John Cho, Debra Messing and Joseph Lee star in this tech thriller, told through the windows and apps of a laptop, as single dad David Kim (Cho) desperately searches through his missing 16-year-old daughter’s online presence.

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Bad Blood: Season 2, from Friday, Netflix

Five years after the death of mob boss, there's a new king of the Montreal drug trade - until a new breed of mafiosos arrive from Italy to wrestle the city from his grasp.

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Good Girls: Season 2, from Friday, Netflix

In their second season, the women (played by Christina Hendricks, Retta and Mae Whitman) come face-to-face with the consequences of their criminal behavior.

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Black Spot: Season 2, from Friday, Netflix

Major Weiss's recovery prompts residents to question the odd circumstances she was found in, and how she survived injuries that would kill anyone else.

When They See Us, from Friday, Netflix

Based on a true story, this is a four-part series from director Ava Duverney that continues themes from her documentary The 13th, her exploration of the criminal justice system through the true case of the Central Park Five – a group of teenagers who were wrongfully accused and convicted of rape.

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Always Be My Maybe, from Friday, Netflix

Everyone assumed Sasha and Marcus would wind up together except for Sasha and Marcus. Reconnecting after 15 years, the two start to wonder . . . maybe?

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Killer Ratings, from Friday, Netflix

Here's the true-life story of a Brazilian TV host who literally killed for ratings - and also used his crime TV show to cover up the grizzly truth.

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Ending this weekend

Britain's Got Talent, 7.30pm Sunday, Virgin Media One

Ant and Dec host the live grand finale of the 13th season of the talent search, joined by regular judging panel Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon.

The last remaining acts to make it through the week of live shows will be competing to impress the British public with their talents, with the winning act landing a major cash prize, and a chance to perform at this year's Royal Variety Performance.

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Have I Got News for You, 9.00pm Friday, BBC One

The 57th season of this topical new show comes to a close as team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest host Richard Ayoade and panellists Richard Osman and Kiri Pritchard-McLean.

Weekend movies

X-Men: Days of Future Past, 10.00pm Sunday, Channel 4

Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Peter Dinklage and Jennifer Lawrence star in Bryan Singer's time-bending comic-book-inspired action-adventure.

In a post-apocalyptic future, mutants are being hunted to extinction by giant robots called Sentinels, so a group of survivors, including Magneto (McKellen) and Professor Xavier (Stewart), hatch a cunning plan.

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Mission: Impossible – Fallout, 9.50pm Saturday/8.50pm Sunday, Sky Cinema Premiere

The sixth Mission: Impossible and possibly the best, is far more than the impressive/obsessive Tom Cruise stunts the franchise is know for.

Henry Cavell joins regulars such as Cruise, Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg as August Winter, a cold-blooded CIA assassin embedded with the IMF gang as they endeavour to retrieve stolen plutonium and save the world.

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Battle of the Sexes, 9.45pm Sunday, Sky Cinema Drama

This is a hugely enjoyable 2017 biographical sports film, loosely based on the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs.

The film stars Emma Stone and Steve Carell as King and Riggs, with Andrea Riseborough, Elisabeth Shue, Austin Stowell, Bill Pullman, Natalie Morales, and Sarah Silverman in supporting roles.

Don't Miss

Inspector Montalbano, 9.00pm Saturday, BBC Four

Back for a sixth season of delicious lunches and mysterious dead bodies, as Luca Zingaretti returns as the Sicilian detective, Salvo Montalbano

While busy dealing with the arrival of boat migrants from across the Mediterranean, and with the harrowing human tragedy that accompanies them, Inspector Montalbano stumbles upon the brutal murder of a local dressmaker.

The murder appears inexplicable. Montalbano must now uncover the secrets behind the victim’s life to get to the truth behind her death.

In Italian with English subtitles.

Box Set Binge

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, seasons 1-5, Netflix

Recent years haven't been great in terms of US comedy, but this is one show that got everything spot-on from the start and the quality levels have been pretty much maintained.

If you missed it elsewhere, Netflix have the first five seasons on tap, so you can while away the hours watching Andy Samberg play Jake Peralta, an immature-but-talented NYPD detective in Brooklyn's 99th Precinct.

The ensemble cast is what really makes this show, so nods to the likes of Andre Braugher, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero and Joe Lo Truglio.

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