Fear the Walking Dead – Mondays at 9pm on AMC on BT TV channel 332/381 HD and BT Sport pack subscribers on Sky Guide channel 192
Fear the Walking Dead sees a dysfunctional blended family fight for their lives against a zombie invasion in Los Angeles. A prequel to the zombie phenomenon that is The Walking Dead, series 1 and 2 saw the family fleeing the infected across the border to Mexico - where new dangers and enemies await.
Now back for its third season, the latest instalment of the Fear the Walking Dead franchise promises to be even faster paced and action packed than ever before. Be prepared for more zombies, plot twists and a few surprise guest stars along the way.
Talking Dead: Fear Edition – Mondays at 10pm AMC on BT TV channel 332/381 HD and BT Sport pack subscribers on Sky Guide channel 192
Comedian and zombie genre mega-fan Chris Hardwick hosts this Fear the Walking Dead companion show. Talking Dead: Fear Edition is a pre-recorded talk show, in which Chris recaps the latest episode, discusses key talking points, interviews the show’s stars and takes questions from the audience. Whether you’re a huge Fear fan or simply want to get greater insight into what all this zombie fuss is about, we highly recommend giving this one a go.
Robert Redford’s American West - Tuesdays from 27 June at 10pm HISTORY on BT TV channel 327/379 HD
The legendary Robert Redford presents this brand new HISTORY show, exploring the dramatic evolution of the Wild American West. You’ll learn how cowboys, Native Americans, outlaws and sheriffs once dominated the American Western sphere and their legendary tales and adventures that have stood the test of time. You’ll learn the remarkable real-life stories behind many infamous Wild West legends, including Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Wyatt Earp, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull and George Custer.
Vogue Williams Investigates – Tuesdays from 13th June at 10pm on HISTORY on BT TV Channel 323/377 HD
Model and presenter Vogue Williams explores key issues affecting her millennial generation. From tackling online trolls to the extreme lengths young people are taking to feel “body beautiful,” Vogue Williams Investigates takes a no holds barred yet still empathic look at some of the most prevalent topics that young people face today.
Chance – Tuesdays from 20th June at 9pm on Universal on BT TV Channel 320/385 HD
Hugh Laurie stars in psychological thriller series Chance. Laurie plays San Francisco-based forensic neuropsychiatrist Eldon Chance who by a case of mistaken identity is forced to investigate several disturbing psychological cases in some of the city’s most sinister spots. And this is all while Eldon is navigating a contentious divorce and trying to maintain a relationship with his teenage daughter.
Ex on the Beach – Tuesdays from 20th June at 10pm on MTV on BT TV Channel 310/371 HD
It’s back! The trashy reality show people love to hate but can’t stop watching, Ex on the Beach will once again see a group of sexy singles have their dream holiday threatened when their exes invade their tropical paradise. Expect more fights, drama, tears and of course at least a rebound romance or two.
Dark Matter – Mondays from 12th June at 8pm on Syfy on BT TV Channel 319/375 HD
Series 3 of the sci-fi hit Dark Matter returns for more space exploration adventure. The show will continue to follow the six-person crew of a derelict space ship who have woken up from a state of induced hibernation to find themselves quite literally lost in space – and with no knowledge of why they are there or even who they are.
Poldark – Sundays from 11th June at 9pm on BBC One. Never miss an episode with the BBC iPlayer app on BT TV.
The Brooding Cornish drama is back for its long awaited third series. Series 3 will see Ross Poldark more determined than ever to turn his family’s fortune and reputation around as well as rebuild his struggling marriage to Elizabeth – who is about to give birth to their first child.
Love Island – Daily at 9pm on ITV2. Never miss an episode with the ITV Hub app on BT TV.
A total guilty pleasure, ITV2’s hit Love Island is back and this time the villa is in Majorca. Enjoy hot singletons couple up in the quest to win a £50,000 prize and gain tabloid fame in the process. This series promises to have a few twists and turns and also several late arrival “bombshell” contestants.
Big Brother – Daily from 10pm on Channel 5. Never miss an episode with the My5 app on BT TV.
Big Brother continues with its 18th series. This year has a bit of a twist, as the contestants include a pair of sisters and a married couple. Additional contestants include a former Ex on the Beach star and a dancer from the infamous male stripper group The Dreamboys. This eclectic group is bound to set tongues wagging and there will even be a “People’s Housemate” who is voted in by the public.