The T4 reality show revival failed to live up to the success of Love Island.
Good Vibes Only: Shipwrecked Returns, The Best/Worst Celeb Tatts and Gemma Collins' Dancing on Ice Disaster
The HuffPost UK Entertainment team round up this week's highlights, featuring the return of Shipwrecked, the best celebrity body art and our second instalment of Celeb Stocks.
Errrrm, quite a bit, actually.
A ship found at the bottom of the Black Sea has been dated to 400 BC, making it the oldest intact shipwreck in the world. An archaeology project has been mapping the area where dozens of ships lie on the seabed.
Some of the plastic is decades old.
Off the coast of Cascais, a resort town near Lisbon, archaeologists have found a 400-year-old shipwreck. It contains a wealth of well-preserved cargo, including spices from India, ceramics from China and even cannons.
"The discovery of the decade."
A South Korean company's claim to have found a sunken Russian warship has triggered investor frenzy amid unconfirmed rumours that the ship was carrying 200 tons of gold when it sank in 1905.
The Italian coast guard said 85 people had been rescued from the sinking vessel, and eight bodies recovered so far.
The Bom Jesus has finally risen from Africa's Skeleton Coast