So we're getting six episodes of Doctor Who in 2012 and eight in 2013 - is that all for the anniversary year in 2013?
Far from it. To be clear, the plan as it stands is that Who will return in the autumn for five episodes, with the final instalment writing out Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darvill) in a fateful face-off with the Weeping Angels!
The sixth instalment of 2012 will then be that year's Christmas special, which introduces the new mystery companion, played by Jenna-Louise Coleman. The show is then back for eight more episodes in 2013...
And beyond that? "There'll be more episodes than just those eight," showrunner Steven Moffat confirms. "But these  are the ones we're making right now."
When is Fresh Meat coming back on our screens?
Filming on series two of Channel 4's terrific uni-set comedy is expected to begin in May - in fact, several members of the cast recently reunited for their first read-through!
As for an actual air-date, Fresh Meat co-creator Sam Bain has named "autumn" this year, while star Kimberley Nixon (Josie) revealed on Twitter that September is looking likely. Personally, we can't wait!
When is Star Wars: The Clone Wars Series 4 being broadcast in the UK?
Good news for you budding Jedi Knights - season four gets its UK premiere on Cartoon Network on April 2. The latest run - which bears the overall title 'Battle Lines' - kicks off with the episode 'Water War', which sees the Jedi pitted against the Separatists in an underwater battle!
Oh, and in case you didn't know, a fifth season of the animation has already been confirmed - it'll air in the US in autumn 2012 and will hopefully makes its way to these shores soon after!
Has Once Upon A Time got a UK air date yet?
Yes! Finally! Channel 5 have been teasing us for what seems like forever with 60-second previews and mysterious, misty trailers that promise it's "coming soon". But they have now revealed that the fairytale thriller will premiere in the UK on Sunday, April 1 at 8pm.
And you'll want to hang around Digital Spy in the run-up to its launch, because we've got a chat with Once Upon A Time star Jamie Dornan (Sheriff Graham) and more coverage still to come.
I can't believe Skins is finishing this week. Anything you can tell me about the final episode?
Truth be told, the Skins lot are keeping their cards pretty close to their chest about how series six concludes. But we do know that, despite it being one of those 'everyone' episodes, most of the action focuses on Franky (Dakota Blue Richards) - does that mean she'll finally choose between Nick (Sean Teale) and Matty (Sebastian De Souza)?
And of course, there's the Mini/Alo baby drama to resolve as well. Freya Mavor, who plays Mini, has told us that Alo (Will Merrick) "really steps up" his game following their tragedy and "will show this side of him that Mini needed to see before". Sounds like the romance is on, then. Yay!
And don't forget that we'll be seeing the gang again, along with familiar faces from the first and second generations of Skins, in the final series next year.
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