Jools Holland New Years Eve 2021 and 13 other brilliant TV shows to watch on New Years Eve and New Years Eve

With 2021 coming to an end, there’s still a lot of great TV to watch before we head into the new year.

And if you think about New Years Eve there are plenty of shows to keep you entertained on New Years Day too.

There are some great TV shows over the weekend – from popular favorites like soaps like Emmerdale to new shows like The Masked Singer and New Year’s Eve specials.

Here is a list of some of the best TV pieces to watch on New Years Eve and New Years Eve

New Year’s Eve



Emmerdale killer Meena

Emmerdale New Years Special: The village of Emmerdale is celebrating New Years with a special hour-long episode that is sure to bring the drama in which the well-known villain Meena plans to kill her own sister.

When: 7 p.m. on ITV.

MasterChef: Champion of Champions: The Cooking Show will give viewers some inspiration for the New Year as they watch five former MasterChef winners compete against each other.

When: 8:30 p.m. on BBC One.

The last stage of the year: The two-hour New Year’s Eve special from the comedy sketch show.

When: 9 p.m. on channel 4.

Cobra Kai: The popular Netflix series Cobra Kai returns for its fourth season on New Year’s Eve.

When: Cobra Kai will be available to stream on Netflix.

Amazon Prime has thousands of original series, sports documentaries, and films to subscribe to here for just £ 7.99 / month plus a free one-month trial.

Disney + is here in the UK and if you pay an annual subscription, viewers can save 15% so you have access to Disney and Pixar movies and popular series like The Mandalorian. New O2 customers or existing customers upgrading their plan can up to 6 free months of Disney +.

Apple TV also offers a seven-day free trial, but remember that subscription will auto-renew for £ 4.99 / month. So don’t forget to cancel if you no longer want it.

Netflix is ​​available on your smartphone, tablet, smart TV, laptop or streaming device, and all for a fixed monthly fee. The tariffs range from £ 5.99 to £ 13.99 per month. No additional costs, no contracts.

Stay close: If you’re in the mood for a new drama kicking off in 2022, check out Netflix’s Stay Close starring Richard Armitage.

When: Stay Close will be available to stream on Netflix.

EastEnders: BBC soap EastEnders also airs a New Year’s Eve episode from famous Albert Square.

When: 7:10 p.m. on BBC One.

Coronation Street: Coronation Street will air an hour-long New Year’s Eve episode.

When: 8 p.m. on ITV.



Coronation Street star Simon Gregson

Jools’ annual hootenanny: The program that carries us every New Year is back as Jools Holland is putting on a New Year’s Eve show with many famous guests, including Ed Sheeran.

When: 11:25 p.m. on BBC Two.

The big New Years Eve party with Kylie and Pet Shop Boys: Years and Years singer and star of the successful ITV drama It’s A Sin Olly Alexander will host the party together with superstar Kylie Minogue.

When: 11:25 p.m. on BBC One.

New Year



The first female lead on the BBC's iconic science fiction television show, Doctor Who
Jodie-Whittaker is the first female lead on the BBC’s legendary science fiction TV show Doctor Who

Doctor Who: Eva the Daleks: There will be a New Years Special from Doctor Who as one of the final episodes with Jodie Whittaker as The Doctor.

When: 7 p.m. on BBC One.

The weakest link radio and podcast special: Some of your favorite radio and podcast hosts will compete against each other in this special New Years episode of The Weakest Link.

When: 6.15 p.m. on BBC One.

Harry Potter’s 20th birthday:Return to Hogwarts – This highly anticipated Harry Potter reunion will air on New Years Day as the cast and crew come together to look back on the famous films.

When: 8 p.m. on Sky Max and Now TV.



The picture shows Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley looking to the right in the same formation as the above photo when they were children.
Harry Potter stars Daniel Radcliffe (left), Emma Watson (center) and Rupert Grint (right)

The masked singer: Celebrities dress up and hide their identities in outrageous costumes on the popular and unique vocal show The Masked Singer and are back for a new series on New Years Day.

When: 7 p.m. on ITV.

The tourist: Another new drama to bite into is The Tourist. It’s about a man who is driven off the road in the Australian outback and wakes up without knowing who he is.

When: 9 p.m. on BBC One.

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