New Year's Day will be one of the greatest days in recent TV history 2 years ago

New Year's Day will be one of the greatest days in recent TV history

The Inbetweeners reunion, new episodes of Luther, a documentary on 1916, and some class films.

It's perfectly fine to be sitting at home on New Year's Day while nursing a hangover and silently promising to yourself that you'll make better choices in 2019.


Hey, we're not judging!

This being said, there's probably no better day to spend on the couch because there's some brilliant TV on the box.

Here are some of the best shows and films for you to enjoy.

The Inbetweeners: Fwends Reunited - 21.00 Channel 4.

Time to see if Jay is still talking complete bullshit and if Will's finally grown out of being a 'briefcase wanker.'

Elsewhere, we're fairly certain that Simon is still obsessed with Carli and that Neil thinks Swansea is an animal.

Luther - Season 5, Episode 1 - 21.00 on BBC1


You know who's coming back, don't you? The wait is nearly over!

Life After the Rising - 18.30 on RTÉ1

Social historian Catriona Crowe presents a look at the lives of Irish citizens 100 years ago, who were preoccupied with the struggle for independence.


Escape at Dannemora - 21.00 on Sky Atlantic

An eight-part series that dramatises the 2015 Dannemora prison break in upstate New York, where convicted murderer Richard Matt (Benicio del Toro) plans an escape with fellow inmate David Sweat (Paul Dano). The men also receive help from Tilly Mitchell (Oscar-winner Patricia Arquette), the married prison shop supervisor who had become romantically involved with both men.We talked about this one at length here.

Escape At Dannemora

Aside from this, the following films are also on TV; Splash (Channel 4 at 13.25), Monsters Inc. (13.55 on ITV2), Kung Fu Panda (15.00 Virgin Media One), Turner & Hooch (15.40 on Channel 4), The Jungle Book (15.45 on BBC1), Star Trek: Into Darkness (16.40 on TG4), The Devil Wears Prada (16.45 on E4), Inside Out (17.00 on BBC1), Madagascar (17.10 on Virgin Media One), Sister Act (17.50 on Channel 4).


Moving into the evening, you can choose from the likes of ; Titanic (19.00 on E4), Bad Boys (21.00 on Dave), Man of Steel (21.00 on Sky One), Moulin Rouge! (21.05 on TG4), Conor McGregor: Notorious (21.30 on RTÉ2), Edge of Tomorrow (22.00 Virgin Media One), Avengers: Age of Ultron (22.55 on BBC1), The Revenant (23.00 on BBC2), Searching for Sugar Man (23.45 on RTÉ2), Hot Shots!: Part Deux (00.30 on Comedy Central), Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (00.45 on RTÉ1), Ant-Man (02.05 on BBC1).

Yep, there's no reason to leave the couch!