There's also some decent comedy and reality TV picks, plus this year's National Television Awards - read on for all the details!
Skins: Monday at 10pm on E4
It's back! Yes, the third generation is back for a brand new series of Skins. Can you believe it's been six years? Us neither! Anyway, this opening episode is great fun as the gang goes on holiday to Morocco. It's standard Skins stuff - romances begin and fall apart, drugs get used (a lot), people get naked and there is a big shocker of a moment. Skins is still the biggest UK teen drama on the box - we can't wait to see what's going to happen to Mini, Liv, Grace, Franky, Matty, Sean, Alo and Rich this series! If you want more, check out our ten teasers and gallery for episode one.
Watch a trailer for Skins below:
The National Television Awards: Wednesday at 7.30pm on ITV1
Say what you like about the NTAs, but they're certainly not predictable. In 2011, many were left stunned when Waterloo Road beat off competition from the likes of Doctor Who and Sherlock - could we see a similar upset this year? 2012 sees the BBC's comprehensive school drama facing off against the good Doctor once again, this time with added competition from Merlin and Downton Abbey! Loveable scamp Dermot O'Leary is once again at the head of proceedings.
Watch Dermot O'Leary launch the National Television Awards 2012 in an exclusive Digital Spy video below:
We'll Take Manhattan: Thursday at 9pm on BBC Four
Stepping out of the TARDIS for the first time since 2010, Karen Gillan takes the lead role in this stylish '60s-set biopic. We'll Take Manhattan tells the tale of striking supermodel Jean Shrimpton (Gillan) and her whirlwind love affair with British Vogue photographer David Bailey, played here by rising star Aneurin Barnard. This fun and frothy 90-minute drama has been written and directed by John McKay - who will shortly be reuniting with Gillan on romantic comedy film Not Another Happy Ending - and will be followed by a documentary that profiles the real-life Bailey's career.
Watch the trailer for We'll Take Manhattan below:
Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy: Thursday at 10pm on E4
This offbeat comedy might not be to everyone's tastes, but loyal fans of Mighty Boosh star Fielding will doubtless lap it up. Fielding has promised something reminiscent of the work of Spike Milligan or Kenny Everett, but with a contemporary twist. Expect the same combination of surreal songs, bizarre visuals and surprise celebrity cameos that made the comic's BBC Three series such a hit. In the first episode, a New York cop - with a talking knife wound - goes undercover in Miami and two plasticine French chefs take a trip to the moon. It's that kind of show.
Watch a promo for Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy below:
Celebrity Big Brother - Live Final: Friday at 9pm on Channel 5
It feels like this series of Celebrity Big Brother has been a hit, so it's a bit of a shame that it's almost over! Still, at least we have the pageantry of the final night to look forward to... but will the right housemate take the crown? Everything can change in a few hours on Big Brother, so it's still all to play for. And we can reminisce on a series that brought us some classic moments (mind you, some we might wish to forget...)? Expect fireworks (physical and metaphorical), tears, the reappearance of ex-housemates (Andrew Stone), and, of course, the winning moment. Bring on the summer series!
Watch Kristina and Karissa's fake fight on Big Brother below:
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