And if after all that telly watching you want to feel like you've actually gone somewhere, we suggest you join Gary Barlow as he treks around the Commonwealth to compose a song worthy of Her Maj...
Revenge: Monday May 28 at 9pm on E4
One of the hottest new dramas to emerge out of the US this year, Revenge has been wowing critics and viewers across the pond with its soapy style and crazy plot twists. Inspired - very loosely - by The Count of Monte Cristo, the show stars Emily VanCamp as Emily Thorne, a young woman intent on getting even with those who wronged her and her father, who was framed for a crime he didn't commit. If you're missing Desperate Housewives, we think Revenge might be the perfect replacement - the show's already taken over the old Housewives slot in America and now looks likely to take the UK by storm.
Watch E4's trailer for Revenge below:
Grey's Anatomy: Wednesday May 30 at 10pm on Sky Living
Say what you like about Grey's, they sure know how to crank up the tension for a season finale. Hot on the heels of the Seattle Grace shooting, this week's closing episode sees Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), Cristina (Sandra Oh) and others in jeopardy after their plane crashes in the wilderness - and not all of them will make it to the closing credits. There's plenty going on back at the hospital too, as Teddy (Kim Raver) is tempted by a job offer that will require her to leave her friends behind.
Watch a sneak preview of the Grey's Anatomy finale below:
The Voice: Saturday June 2 at 7.20pm on BBC One
It's the final of the talent show that taught us one very important thing - it's all about the voice! But who will emerge victorious? Will it be devoted husband and father-to-be Jaz? Or Amy Winehouse's old friend Tyler James? The emotionally fragile Bo Bruce, or holiday camp performer-turned-diva Leanne Mitchell? The important thing to remember is, back-stories don't matter a jot here. Don't miss your last chance to enjoy Danny's mindless enthusiasm, will.i.am's wild dancing and bewildering comments, Jessie's elongating of random words and Sir Tom's name-dropping and exclamations of "You made it your own".
Watch a Team Tom promo for The Voice below:
Gary Barlow - On Her Majesty's Service: Sunday June 3 at 7.30pm BBC One
Are you excited about the Diamond Jubilee? No? Well, you might just be after watching this terrific documentary from Take That's main man Gary Barlow, in which he travels the Commonwealth searching for musicians to feature on commemorative track 'Sing'. Jetting from the slums of Kenya to the Sydney Opera House, Gary's trek is charming, enlightening and just a little bit funny. Featuring appearances from Princes Charles and Harry, the Queen herself and showbiz royalty like Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber and Gareth Malone, On Her Majesty's Service will possibly make you appreciate Barlow's track that little bit more. We'll still boo him come X Factor time, though.
Watch the video for Gary Barlow and Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber's Diamond Jubilee track 'Sing' below:
The Apprentice: Sunday June 3 at 9pm on BBC One
Willing to back new business in tough times, Lord Sugar finally has to decide which chancer he's going to lend £250,000 of his hard-earned cash to this time round. Yes, it's another finale, but who will follow in the footsteps of last year's champ Tom Pellereau and his amazing curved nail file? Our money's on Ricky Martin - the candidate with a silly name but pretty ace business skills. We're also big fans of posh Nick and suave Tom, while gravel-voiced Jade has probably outstayed her welcome. We'd be sort of happy if the hilarious Adam 'out of my comfort zone' Corbally won, just for a laugh.
Watch Digital Spy's chat with axed Apprentice candidate Stephen Brady below:
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