I'm a Celebrity: The Final is one of tonight's TV highlights

Mike Tindall MBE,, Owen Warner, Olivia Attwood, Charlene White, Boy George, Chantelle Douglas, Sue Cleaver, Chris Moyles, Babatúndé Aléshé and Jill Scott MBE decked out in the jungle gear for I'm A Celeb 2022
Who's the next King or Queen of the Jungle? (Image credit: ITV)

On TV tonight, we'll see a new I'm a Celebrity King or Queen crowned, there won't be a dry eye in the house at the Who Cares Wins Awards, The Larkins season 2 comes to an end, and SAS Rogue Heroes continues. Here's what you shouldn't miss on TV Tonight.

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What's on TV tonight

Our expert TV journalists have picked the best things on TV tonight... 

Best TV shows on TV tonight

I'm a Celebrity 2022: The Final, 9 pm, ITV1

After a month of controversy, undercover-mole antics, critter-chomping and other terrifying tasks, plus a starvation-inducing diet, it’s time to find out who the public has voted their King or Queen of the Jungle. Ant and Dec will announce the winner, who claims the title from last year’s champ Danny Miller. On Thursday (9.15 pm, ITV), enjoy the highlights of the series, plus gossip from the campmates in I’m a Celebrity... Coming Out

★★★★ MC

Who Cares Wins Awards, 6.30 pm, C4

There won’t be a dry in the house as Davina McCall returns to host this year’s star-studded ceremony celebrating our amazing NHS and healthcare heroes.The red-carpet event at London’s Roundhouse celebrates the ordinary people who care for us, from midwives to 999 call handlers, and we hear their inspirational stories.

Among the nominees are Professor Simon Kay, who performed the UK’s first double hand transplant on sepsis sufferer Corinne Hutton, and bereavement midwife Laura Mackie, who was nominated by Lily Rolfe after she gave birth to a stillborn baby at 20 weeks. Just don’t watch without tissues!

 ★★★ HD

SAS Rogue Heroes, 9.15pm, BBC One

Jack O'Conner and Connor Swindells in SAS Rogue Heroes

Jack O'Conner and Connor Swindells in SAS Rogue Heroes. (Image credit: BBC)

The SAS has a famous new recruit when Winston Churchill sends his son, Randolph (Ian Davies), to North Africa to run his eye over Stirling and his men. Egotistical to the last, Stirling decides to show off his new unit by taking the Prime Minister’s son on a daring raid to Italian-held Benghazi. Meanwhile, the enigmatic Paddy Mayne greets a group of French recruits with utter disdain. 

★★★★ SMA

The Larkins, 8 pm, ITV

TV tonight Bradley Walsh as Pop Larkin.

Bradley Walsh as Pop Larkin. (Image credit: ITV)

There’s the sound of chickens coming home to roost as Norma Norman spills the beans about the Jerebohms blackmailing magistrate Sprague in this week’s final episode, entitled Vengeance. Time, then, for Ma to get some payback against Pinkie, with a little help from PC Harness. 

Meanwhile, things could be looking up for Ian (Maxim Ays) and Primrose (Lydia Page) when the young reverend finds out that the dean wants him to replace the existing Vicar (Peter Davison). But the course of Larkin love never did run smooth, and Primrose has to intervene when the incumbent promptly barricades himself inside the vicarage! 

★★★★ IM

Best box set on TV tonight

1899, Netflix

1899 is coming to Netflix in 2022.

1899 is now on Netflix. (Image credit: Netflix)

1899 is the latest series by Dark creators Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese. Their newest offering is an enigmatic show that will have viewers question what is going on at every turn of its eight-episode first season, so it's perfect for those looking for a twisty new thriller to entertain them over the weekend.

All eight episodes are now available to stream on Netflix and feature a great cast including The Pursuit of Love's Emily Beecham and It’s for Your Own Good's Andreas Pietschmann. 

★★★★ LB

Best film on TV tonight

 Film Noir, 8pm, Sky Arts

The Glass Key

The Glass Key. (Image credit: Mubi)

Dangerous dames, guys getting slugged in the kisser, mean streets down which a crusader for justice must walk alone — Sky’s three-part series on film noir goes into the history of this most stylish of genres and, each week, follows up with a screening of a great from the vaults. 

This week it's The Glass Key, a tale of politics, gambling, racketeering, lust and murder and the second of four pairings of Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake. The plot is typically, twistily noirish, but the dialogue zings, as do its stars. Hat and trenchcoat optional. 

★★★★ SM

Live Sport

  • FIFA World Cup: 12:30 pm, Belgium v Morocco (k-o 1 pm), BBC One
  • FIFA World Cup: 3:40 pm, Croatia v Canada (k-o 4 pm), BBC One
  • FIFA World Cup: 6:30 pm, Spain v Germany (k-o 7 pm), BBC One

If you watch just one thing on TV tonight…

Don't miss the I'm a Celebrity final to see who beats the Celebrity Cyclone and gets crowned King or Queen!

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Happy viewing!

Lucy Buglass
Senior Staff Writer

Lucy joined the WhatToWatch.com team in 2021, where she writes series guides for must-watch programmes, reviews and the latest TV news. Originally from Northumberland, she graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a degree in Film Studies and moved to London to begin a career writing about entertainment.

She is a Rotten Tomatoes approved film critic and has a huge passion for cinema. She especially loves horror, thriller and anything crime-related. Her favourite TV programmes include Inside No 9, American Horror Story, Stranger Things and Black Mirror but she is also partial to a quiz show or a bit of Say Yes to the Dress