Gogglebox is back for 2020 on Channel 4 this autumn with its sixteenth series.
From the families to the shows on the box this week, here's all you need to know about Gogglebox!
Watch Gogglebox on TV and online
Narrated by voiceover Craig Cash, Gogglebox airs weekly on Channel 4 at 9PM. The new series started on September 11 and is set to run for 15 episodes.
You can watch each week on TV or online via the All 4 player.
All 4 also has EVERY episode of Gogglebox from the past seven years available to watch online for free (UK viewers).
Episode 1 - September 11
On the box this time, (Un)well off Netflix, When Harry Met Sally, Countdown, Britain's Got Talent, Mary Berry's Simple Comforts, Elephant Hospital, BBC News on quarantine and ITV News on Brexit.
Episode 2 - September 18
This week the families have been watching: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?; (Un)well; Extinction: The Facts; Des; The Third Day; BBC News on the R number; and Breakfast with Michael Gove on Brexit.
Episode 3 - September 25
On the 'Box this time, Get Organized with The Home Edit, Ratched, EastEnders, The Andrew Marr Show with Keir Starmer, Yorkshire Tea vs PG Tips: Battle Of The Brews, The Great British Bake Off, The Third Day and Politics Live with the PM's address to the House of Commons.
Episode 4 - October 2
The shows this time are Ratched, Council House Britain, Family Fortunes, This Morning, Jamie: Keep Cooking Family Favourites, First Dates, and BBC News on royal finances, students and the PM's 'misspoke'.
Episode 5 - October 9
Britain's sharpest armchair critics share more of their insightful, passionate and sometimes emotional critiques of the week's biggest and best shows. This time on Gogglebox, American Murder: The Family Next Door, Simply Nigella, The Andrew Marr Show (Boris Johnson), Top Gear, The Savoy, The Yorkshire Vet, and BBC and ITV News on Trump and the pandemic.
Episode 6 - October 16
The shows being watched this time are The Haunting Of Bly Manor, Britain's Got Talent, Only Connect, Made in Chelsea, Autumn at Jimmy's Farm, First Dates, BBC News (Covid data), and ITV News (Trump rally).
Details on further episodes are to be confirmed.
Britain's sharpest armchair critics are set to once more share their insightful, passionate and sometimes emotional critiques of the week's biggest and best shows.
The families and viewers appearing on the current series include Stephen Webb, the Siddiqui family (Sid, Umar and Bassit), the Michael family (Andrew, Carolyne, Louis, Alex and Katie), Linda and Peter McGarry, the Malone family (Tom, Julie, Tom Jnr and Shaun), Jenny and Lee, Giles Wood and Mary Killen, Ellie and Izzi Warner and Dave and Shirley.
They're joined by the Plummer family (Tremaine, Twaine and Tristan), Mary and Marina, Amira and Iqra, Alison, George and Helena, Pete and Sophie Sandiford, Marcus and Mica, Abbie and Georgia, Daniel Lustig-Webb, Paige and Sally, Sue and Steve, Anne and Ken, the Walker Family (Chantelle, Monique, Elizabeth) and the Bagg Family (Joe, George, Lisa).