Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight three of the best shows on telly tonight for Wednesday 20th September including the return of Doc Martin

Doc Martin, 9.00pm, ITV

Doc Martin 2017

Settle down for a therapeutic dose of Cornish sunshine – our favourite misery-guts medic is back for another series. For once the Doc’s not the most exasperated person in Portwenn. That’s new curate Rosie, who arrives to marry Pc Penhale and Janice. But first there’s Martin’s bedside manner to deal with, then Mrs Tishell’s disapproving tone before Rosie spots that the happy couple aren’t actually ready to get married at all. Can she stop them making a mistake? Meanwhile, Louisa misses James’s first words and worries she’s not spending enough time at home with him. The solution? Try to convince Martin to get a dog. Good luck, Louisa! Rating: *****

Bad Move, 8.00pm, ITV

Bad Move

This six-part sitcom is a bit like an episode of Escape to the Country, but without the happy ending! When married couple Steve (Jack Dee) and Nicky (Kerry Godliman) decide they’ve had enough of the rat race in Leeds and buy a doer-upper in rural Yorkshire, they soon realise they can’t afford to turn their rundown new house into a dream home. The good life quickly becomes a struggle, and living next door to an annoyingly perfect family (look out for Miles Jupp) is an extra kick in the teeth. To top it off, they’ve got no internet and Steve is a web designer… Plenty to relate to in this lovely comedy which sees Jack Dee at his grouchy best. Rating: ****

Taskmaster, 9.00pm, Dave

greg davies in Taskmaster

Top marks to Taskmaster for actually getting comedians out from behind the desks. Greg Davies and Alex Horne have the usual madcap array of tasks for their guests this week. But a standout has to be ‘making the biggest splat’ on one of their fellow contestants. Bob Mortimer, Sally Phillips, Nish Kumar and Mark Watson all have their own ways of achieving it, but Aisling Bea is doing it with liquid-filled balloons. What liquid? Don’t ask. Rating: ****