Our choice of programmes to watch week beginning Saturday, January 16.

On Demand: Disenchantment (Netflix, available now)

Matt Groening’s often overlooked creation is returning for its third series, which sees hard-drinking Princess Bean continue to grow into her power as she follows her destiny.

Saturday: The Voice UK (ITV, 8.30pm)

The Blind Auditions continue in the third instalment of the spinning-chair singing contest, as will.i.am, Sir Tom Jones, Olly Murs and new coach Anne-Marie search for a singing superstar.

Sunday: Finding Alice (ITV, 9pm)

Keeley Hawes is usually a mark of TV quality, so it’s very good sign that she’s in two dramas this week. She is among the cast of It’s a Sin, which begins on Channel 4 on Friday, and she also takes the title role in new Sunday night series Finding Alice as a woman who has just moved into a new home with her husband Harry and daughter Charlotte, but what should have been a dream turns into a nightmare when Alice finds Harry dead at the bottom of the stairs.

Monday: Long Lost Family (ITV, 9pm)

The Bafta-winning reunion show is back for its 10th series, as presenters Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell reunite more family members with their loved ones.

Tuesday: First Dates (C4, 10pm)

First into the brand-new Manchester restaurant is 23-year-old Tory Jessie, a parliamentary assistant, who’s not exactly conservative about talking sex and politics on a date, but worries that this scares guys off. Taking her on is 25-year-old journalist Josh, who has been sworn at on dates in the past.

Wednesday: The Bay (ITV, 9pm)

Return of the Morecambe-set crime drama. Morven Christie returns as DS Lisa Armstrong, who’d been suspended from the force. She’s now back on the job, but relegated to tackling menial tasks. However, she gets a chance to prove her worth following a shocking murder. Stephen Tompkinson, Sharon Small, Sunetra Sarker, James Cosmo and Joe Absolom are among those joining the cast.

Thursday: Back (C4, 10pm)

Return of the black comedy starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb. Stephen returns home after a long absence to hear surprising news about his mother, just as a rival pub gets set to open its doors. They’re looking for a new manager, but are either Stephen or Andrew the man for the job?

Friday: Not Going Out (BBC1, 9.30pm)

This sitcom may be many things – remarkably enduring and consistently funny for a start – but not many people would describe it as poignant. However, the presence of Bobby Ball, who died last year, as Lee’s feckless dad Frank has given the more recent episodes a bittersweet air. This week, Lee is shocked to discover that Frank is engaged to be married.