Exile: Tuesday at 9pm on BBC One
This compelling three-part drama concludes on Tuesday night, as Tom (John Simm) finally unravels the shocking truth that has been haunting him since he was a boy. In this final episode, Nancy (Olivia Colman) decides to help her brother with his investigation. As the pair delve deeper than ever before, a series of shocking revelations come to light and Tom's relationship with his sick father Sam (Jim Broadbent) is changed forever. We won't ruin the final twist here, except to say that this nail-biting conclusion does not disappoint. Unmissable.
Watch a trailer for Exile below:
The Shadow Line: Thursday at 9pm on BBC Two
We've just had a complex and gripping thriller with the wonderful Exile, but if you're already mourning the fact that we only got three episodes, stop! Instead, wrap yourself up in the wonderful new BBC Two drama The Shadow Line. The show stars Chiwetel Ejiofor as DI Jonah Gabriel, who's coming back to work after his partner was killed - and the bullet that ended his life is now lodged in Jonah's brain. The cast also includes stars such as Rafe Spall, Christopher Eccleston and Lesley Sharp and it's been penned by Hugo Blick - basically, it all makes for a superbly creepy, noir-style conspiracy thriller that is a real must-watch.
Watch a clip from The Shadow Line below:
Psychoville: Thursday at 10pm on BBC Two
After you've watched The Shadow Line, there's no need for you to do anything, because it's followed on BBC Two by the return of the wonderfully wicked Psychoville. The show's coming back for a second series (and about time too!) so expect more japes and jumps from the creepiest comedy characters on the telly box. It's probably not for everyone, but no-one could deny that Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton are geniuses. What's more, Imelda Staunton's returning after her appearance in the Halloween special! Funny and freaky.
Watch a trailer for the second series of Psychoville below:
South Park: Friday at 10pm on Comedy Central
It's back! The 15th season of this comedy giant kicks off this week on Comedy Central with a hilarious double bill. In the first instalment, a jealous Cartman is desperate to get his hands on an iPad when he learns that his nemesis Kyle has been recruited to test a revolutionary new product for Apple. But is the town of South Park ready for the HUMANCENTiPAD? It's hard to believe that this show has now been running now for nearly a decade-and-a-half - we're certainly hoping that this latest season can still come up with the goods!
Watch a clip from the South Park season premiere below:
Doctor Who: Saturday at 6.15pm on BBC One
You may have noticed that Doctor Who is popping up in our top TV picks on a regular basis, but can you blame us when the current series is this good?! In this third instalment, the Tardis crew is marooned on a pirate ship in the 17th century and must win the trust of the vessel's wily captain John Avery (guest star Hugh Bonneville)! But the Doctor and co soon learn that Avery is the least of their concerns, as a beautiful Siren (Lily Cole) begins attacking the crew! But why are the pirates so afraid of fighting back, and just what is the curse of the black spot? Tune in on Saturday night to find out, Who fans!
Watch a trailer for the new series of Doctor Who below:
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