Gogglebox is back for 2021 on Channel 4 this Spring with its seventeenth 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 Friday nights Channel 4 at 9PM. The next episode airs Friday, 9 April at 9PM.
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 - 26 February
This week, the Goggleboxers cast their critical eyes over It's A Sin, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, Married at First Sight Australia, Snakes in the City, Surviving Death, This Morning, Gordon Ramsay's Bank Balance, and BBC News on Boris Johnson's road map announcement
Episode 2 - 5 March
Shows up for debate this week are The Late Late Show with James Corden, Married at First Sight Australia, Drawers Off, Million Pound Pawn, Your Honor, Pooch Perfect, Stand Up and Deliver, and ITV News (Trump).
Episode 3 - 12 March
This week they've been watching -Oprah with Meghan and Harry, BBC News (Royal Response), Good Morning Britain (Piers Morgan), Paranormal Lockdown UK, The Celebrity Circle For Stand Up To Cancer, BBC News (NHS pay), Teen First Dates, Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby.
Episode 4 - 19 March
This week's show are The Circle, CBeebies Bedtime Story, Escape from Pretoria, Jamie: Keep Cooking Family Favourites, Baywatch, This Morning (bathroom hacks), Naked Attraction, and BBC News (Prince Philip)
Episode 5 - 26 March
This week the cast give their views on Line of Duty, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, This Is My House, The Proof Is Out There, Formula 1: Drive to Survive, Countdown, This Morning, and vaccines on the News.
Episode 6 - 2 April
This week's shows under the Gogglebox microscope are Line of Duty, The Great Celebrity Bake Off for SU2C, The Flight Attendant, Teen First Dates, The Circle, Remarkable Places to Eat, This Morning featuring Matt Hancock, and the News on the Suez Canal.
Episode 7 - 9 April
This week's episode features Made in Chelsea, Dragons' Den, Line of Duty, Louis Theroux: Shooting Joe Exotic, The Invisible Man, The Graham Norton Show, BBC News (Beer) and BBC News Special: Coronavirus Update.
Episode 8 - 16 April
Britain's sharpest armchair critics have been watching Line of Duty, Naked Attraction, I Can See Your Voice, Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow, Running Wild with Bear Grylls, Escape to the Farm with Kate Humble, BBC News (Prince Philip), and ITV News (lockdown re-opening)
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).