Primeval: Tuesday at 8pm on Watch
Just three months after it left ITV1, Primeval is back on digital channel Watch! The first of six episodes airs this week and sees the ARC team battle a ferocious burrowing creature that is making its way through London's underground. This latest series was filmed alongside the last seven episodes, so there's no massive sea change here, but the show is still as fun and absurd as it ever was!
Watch a clip from this week's Primeval below:
Geordie Shore: Tuesday at 10pm on MTV
You've had The Only Way Is Essex. You're just getting to know the Made In Chelsea lot. And now it's time for some Geordies to get in on the action! Yes, brace yourselves for Geordie Shore, which MTV will be hoping will be as scandalous, shocking and, well, popular as its American cousin Jersey. Prepare to learn everything you need to know about the place that Gazza and Chezza call home through Charlotte-Letitia, Gaz, Greg, Holly, James, Jay, Sophie and Vicky. If you don't feel quite ready for manhoods the size of Sky remotes (gulp), why not check out all our Geordie Shore coverage - including clips, interviews and news - to get a taster of what lies ahead...
Watch a teaser trailer for Geordie Shore below:
Friday Night Dinner: Thursday at 10.30pm on E4
No, unfortunately Friday Night Dinner isn't back for a second series just yet. But what we are getting is a welcome repeat of the sitcom! We went on about Friday Night Dinner quite a lot when it was first on, mainly because it's just very funny. With a cast including Mark Heap, Tamsin Greig and Simon Bird you wouldn't really expect anything else! If you haven't seen it before, you must have a watch. It might take you a while to get into it, but before long you'll be wanting to share a lovely bit of squirrel and crimble crumble with the Goodmans yourself.
Watch an extended trailer for Friday Night Dinner below:
Doctor Who: Saturday at 6.45pm on BBC One
The latest two-part adventure for The Doctor concludes this week, in 'The Almost People'. This week, unhinged Ganger Jennifer (Sarah Smart) launches a revolution against her human taskmasters, but with the solar storm still gaging and the installation on its last legs, can our Time Lord hero resolve the crisis before all is lost? Watch out for the cliffhanger at the end of this instalment - we can promise you that it's an absolute jaw-dropper!
Watch a clip from the most recent episode of Doctor Who
Scott & Bailey: Sunday at 9pm on ITV1
Yes, yes, there are a bunch of crime dramas on television, but Scott & Bailey is probably still worth a look. The show stars Suranne Jones, fresh from Doctor Who, as a policewoman whose life is in just a little bit of a mess. It sounds like a cliché, but it looks like Bailey's going to use her police contacts to fight back. Hmm, sounds a bit unethical! It's just as well she's got the lovely Lesley Sharp as her partner - but Lesley's getting a bit distracted by a murder case close to her heart. Scott & Bailey is a procedural drama, but it's really more about the detectives themselves, which is quite a nice change.
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