Of course, that makes picking our five top shows of the week a struggle. But we've managed to narrow it down to choose some of the best programmes on the box in the next seven days. Read on to find out what made the cut!
Above Suspicion - Silent Scream: Monday at 9pm on ITV1
This solid crime drama is based on Lynda La Plante's fifth novel to feature her characters DI Anna Travis and DCS James Langton and once again stars Kelly Reilly and Ciaran Hinds as the central duo. When glamorous film star Amanda Delany (Joanna Vanderham) is butchered in her bed, Travis must interrogate the sea of bitter former friends, ex-lovers and jealous wives she left behind. Meanwhile, Langton has been passed over for promotion and knows that one of his team is to blame...
Watch a trailer for Above Suspicion - Silent Scream below:
The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Tuesday at 9pm on BBC Two
If you think you know Charles Dickens, think again! This brand new two-part adaptation is not your standard period drama fare. Sure, there are fancy hats and corsets and singing round the piano... but there's also opium addiction, violence and creepy shadows. The show stars Brothers & Sisters actor Matthew Rhys as John Jasper, a choirmaster obsessed with Rosa Bud (Tamzin Merchant)... who just happens to be betrothed to his nephew Edwin Drood (Freddie Fox). It's a slow-burner, but ever so atmospheric, and the action ramps up in episode two. Plus, Dickens died before he finished the novel - how will writer Gwyneth Hughes have chosen to end the drama? We've been promised twists...
Watch a clip from The Mystery of Edwin Drood below:
Eternal Law: Thursday at 9pm on ITV1
This new paranormal drama from Life on Mars creators Matthew Graham and Ashley Pharaoh is a little uneven, but pretty good fun regardless - and hey, it beats Bonekickers into a cocked hat. Episode two - which sees benevolent angels-turned-lawyers Zak (Samuel West) and Tom (Ukweli Roach) intervene in a child custody battle - is also a marked improvement on the muddled series premiere. Plus, we learn more about the enigmatic Mrs Sheringham (Orla Brady), and Tobias Menzies continues stealing every scene he appears in as nefarious fallen angel Richard Pembroke.
Watch Eternal Law star Orla Brady discuss the show with Digital Spy below:
The Good Wife: Thursday at 9pm on More4
If you fancy a legal show with a little less... angel, then you could do a lot worse than tune into The Good Wife on Thursday! We've made no secret of our love for Alicia Florrick in the past, so we're thrilled she's back. And we can't wait to find out what happened after that sizzling elevator scene in the second season finale! The Good Wife is so much more than your standard courtroom procedural - it's intelligent stuff, but also brilliantly watchable. We're looking forward to finding out whether the third season keeps the standard high! In this opener, Alicia defends a Muslim student accused of murdering a Jewish classmate.
Watch a behind-the-scenes featurette for the third season of The Good Wife below:
Sherlock: Sunday at on BBC One
An 18-month wait and it's already over - how cruel the television gods are! Yep, the Sherlock finale is upon us already - after matching wits with Irene Adler and facing off against a monstrous hound, the great detective (Benedict Cumberbatch) must confront his arch-nemesis Jim Moriarty (Andrew Scott) once again. Anyone who's read Conan Doyle's Holmes tale 'The Final Problem' - which serves as the basis for Steve Thompson's 'The Reichenbach Fall' - will know that this adventure doesn't end particularly well for either hero or villain. But can we expect a last-minute twist?
Watch a trailer for Sherlock below:
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