And there's more: Spartacus comes back to slaughter more Roman scum and there are a couple of corking dramas kicking off on BBC One too! Read on for all the details...
The Lying Game: Monday at 9pm on 5*
If the break in Ringer is a bit hard for you to deal with and you fancy another twin-swapping soapy show, you're in luck! The Lying Game - which has been something of a hit in the US - focuses on two teenage twins who meet after being separated at birth. Of course, this makes it ever so confusing to explain, but when one twin wants to go looking for their birth mother, her sister agrees to take her place at home. That's totally a good idea. The show's based on books by the author of Pretty Little Liars, so you know what you're going to get - pretty people, a big bunch of mysterious storylines and a guilty pleasure of a show. Worth giving a go.
Watch a US trailer for The Lying Game below:
Whitechapel: Monday at 9pm on ITV1
There are changes in Whitechapel this series! Following the slightly mixed reaction to the second run, the show's moved away from copycat killers. This time around, a whole host of past crimes help the team solve cases in the future. If you're a Whitechapel fan, you'll know exactly what to expect - slick camerawork, black humour and a fair amount of gore. There are definitely creepy moments, and with six episodes to look forward to, we're planning to settle down and have a good time scaring ourselves silly.
Watch a trailer for Whitechapel below:
Spartacus - Vengeance: Monday at 10pm on Sky1
This pleasingly over-the-top period drama returns for a second run - not counting prequel series Gods of the Arena - and it's just as visceral as ever! Following the tragic death of original leading man Andy Whitfield, we've got a new Spartacus for these ten episodes - Australian actor Liam McIntyre is a little different to his predecessor, but we soon warmed to his portrayal of the powerful Thracian warrior! And all your other favourites are back, including Lucretia (Lucy Lawless), who has survived her brush with death at the hands of Crixus (Manu Bennett) and is slowly clawing her way back to power...
Watch a trailer for Spartacus - Vengeance below:
Prisoners' Wives: Tuesday at 9pm on BBC One
If you're wondering what Prisoners' Wives is all about... well, take a look at yourself. It's right there in the title! Yes, the show focuses on a group of women with partners in prison. It could be awful, but somehow it turns into something pretty compelling and entertaining (and it's not too worthily 'gritty' or depressing, either). The stars are all great, too - Green Wing's Pippa Haywood is intriguing, Polly Walker is super fun, Natalie Gavin is heartbreaking and Emma Rigby is our perfect wide-eyed guide into the life behind the headlines. Plus with prisoners being played by Iain Glen and Jonas Armstrong, you can't really go wrong!
Watch a trailer for Prisoner's Wives below:
Inside Men: Thursday at 9pm on BBC One
Another top drama kicks off this week on the Beeb. Tony Basgallop's top-notch script for Inside Men has attracted a similarly top-flight cast. Luther actors Steven Mackintosh and Warren Brown and Top Boy's Ashley Walters appear as a trio of depot workers who decide to pull off a daring heist. Intense, edgy and with enough twists and turns to keep you hooked, this four-part series comes highly recommended.
Watch a trailer for Inside Men below:
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