Looking for a new series to watch in February 2018? Here's our four top television picks.


What Would Your Kid Do? (ITV1) Series begins on Tuesday 6 February

How well do you know your own children? Parents are challenged to guess how their kids will react in a variety of different real-life situations.

Children will think it's just another day, but in reality they are being filmed to see how their curiosity reacts and mind thinks. Will the parents be able to guess whether the kids will take a risk, break a rule or play it safe?

Game Show starring Jason Manford

Survival of The Fittest (ITV2) Series begins on Sunday 11 February

A group of young singles will live together under the South African sun as they take part in a unisex battle, in order to win a big crash prize! (from the makers of Love Island)

There will be a number of physical and mental obstacles for the boys and girls, whilst romantic dates will test their loyalties to the limit. The viewers will also decide who stays in, and who goes home.

Reality Show starring Laura Whitmore, James Middleton


Trauma (ITV1) - Series begins on Tuesday 13 February

Dan's 15 year-old son is attacked and dies in the trauma department attended by surgeon Jon. Heartbroken, the blame is quickly pointed at Jon's door, as Dan begins to investigate and examine the consultant's life.

What makes a good man? This show will question that - whilst also exploring what happens when an establishment lets us down.

Thriller starring Adrian Lester, John Simm, Rowena King

Save Me (Sky Atlantic) Series begins on Wednesday 28 February

Nelson has been accused of kidnapping his daughter, but he hasn't seen her for thirteen years.

He will reunite with Jody's mother and the pair will set out to catch the culprit, whilst aiming to prove Nelson's innocence.

Drama starring Lennie James, Suranne Jones, Stephen Graham


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