Plus, we've spiced things up with a double dose of TV that's easy on the eyes - namely the 'sexiest ever' episode of TOWIE and the return of the scandalous fourth season of True Blood...
Mad Men: Tuesday at 9pm on Sky Atlantic
It feels like we've only just stepped back into the offices of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, but already it's time for Don Draper and co to leave. We've been sworn to secrecy about the season five finale so there's not really any teasers we can give out, but we're guessing viewers won't need much convincing to tune in after last week's tragic departure of a major character. On top of that, it's been hinted that another Mad Men stalwart could be making a dash for the exit in the season finale, and we've been told that the ending scene of the episode will leave you tingling with anticipation for season six. Hopefully it won't take 18 months to get made this time...
Watch a promo for the Mad Men finale below:
The Only Way Is Marbs: Wednesday at 10pm on ITV2
Okay, we know that a vast number of you will be outraged that we've mentioned this TOWIE spinoff in the same breath as Mad Men. But there's no denying the popularity of ITV2's monster reality show or the anticipation for this sun-soaked special, which promises to be the "sexiest" ever. Joey Essex, Sam Faiers and Lucy Mecklenburgh are among the lucky few jetting off to Marbella to cause more chaos, but we'll be tuning in purely for some more goss on that hideous Arg and Gemma hook-up in the series five finale.
Watch a promo for The Only Way Is Marbs below:
True Blood: Wednesday at 10.15pm on Sky Atlantic
Unfortunately this week doesn't mark the debut of the highly-anticipated fifth season, but to get you in the mood Sky Atlantic have decided to re-run True Blood's fourth edition in its entirety. For those who missed it first time around, the time-skipping premiere episode sees Sookie enter the fairy world and learn of a new threat to humans, while back in Bon Temps Lafayette is pressured by Jesus to join a witches' coven and Arlene is living in fear of her infant baby. As bloody and bloody sexy as ever, True Blood's fourth season makes an enjoyable appetiser before the main course of season five.
Watch the trailer for True Blood season four below:
Mock The Week: Thursday at 10pm on BBC Two/Dead Boss: Thursday at 10.30pm on BBC Three
Admittedly we're cheating slightly by sticking these two in one entry, but together they're a perfectly-sized comedy treat for a Thursday evening. You're probably already familiar with Mock The Week, given that it's returning for its 11th series (and next month will celebrate its 100th episode), but you may not be aware that Nathan Caton, Greg Davies and Micky Flanagan will be the guests joining Dara O'Briain, Hugh Dennis, Andy Parsons and Chris Addison for the first episode. Once your funnybone has been warmed up by them, flick on over to BBC Three for Dead Boss, a brand new sitcom from Pulling's Sharon Horgan and stand-up comedienne Holly Walsh. Though it focuses on the (supposedly wrongful) imprisonment of Horgan's character Helen for the murder of her employer, it's a surprisingly light and innocent show (the second episode at 11pm centres around a jail quiz night) with some excellent performances - particularly from Jennifer Saunders as the prison's creepily-pleasant warden.
Watch a classic clip from Mock The Week below:
Dexter: Friday at 10pm on FX
Mad Men isn't the only major US import shuffling off our screens this week. Serial killer with a (sort of) heart Dexter will also be waving us farewell with an absolutely massive finale. The episode begins with Michael C Hall's titular cutter and the homicide division racing to track down the Doomsday Killers before their planned bloodbath at the lunar eclipse, but an even more shocking find is uncovered by one character in the closing moments of this sixth season. We can't guarantee Dexter's finale will bring about the end of the world as the Doomsday Killers want, but somebody's world will definitely come crashing down...
Watch a preview of the Dexter finale below:
What are you looking forward to watching this week? Let us know below!