Read on below for all the details you need about the return of some of the telly world's most enthralling, exciting titles - and The Only Way Is Essex.
Burn Notice: Monday (July 16) at 9pm on FX
Oh yes, TV's fieriest spy drama is back for its fifth fantastic season this week. The premiere picks up six months after Vaughn's arrest, and Michael Western has been working with the CIA to capture, imprison, or execute those who betrayed him. It's satisfying work for Jeffrey Donovan's burned agent - that is until one of his targets does something that really gives Michael food for thought. With this emotionally-charged premiere - and tantalising guest appearances from Buffy's Charisma Carpenter and Superman himself Dean Cain coming up - Burn Notice doesn't appear to have lost any of its shine.
Watch a promo for season five of Burn Notice below:
The Borgias: Saturday (July 21) at 9pm on Sky Atlantic
We're heading back to the 15th century this weekend with the return of sexy and scandalous historical drama The Borgias. Jeremy Irons is putting on his most menacing voice again as head of the titular Italian dynasty Pope Alexander VI, who in this premiere discovers a hidden gallery and a whole lot of confusing emotions when he falls for a young female apprentice disguised as a man. Elsewhere, the King of France decides that capturing and torturing Prince Alfonso will take his mind off a serious case of the plague. Sounds great - and judging by the epic trailer below this is something of a soft opening to season two as well.
Watch the trailer for season two of The Borgias below:
Drop Dead Diva: Saturday (July 21) at 9.50pm on Sky Living
Plus-size laughs are sure to be had as the third season of the criminally-underrated Drop Dead Diva gets a repeat showing on Sky Living - well, that's as long as Grayson (Jackson Hurst) comes out of his coma. Since her soul mate is in a hospital bed, our favourite possessed lawyer Jane (Brooke Elliot) understandably struggles to put on a brave face in the premiere when she is assigned to represent a pair of celebrities charged with a hit-and-run on a 13-year-old girl. Tons more touchy topics and the occasional absurd suit (just wait until the 'rogue camel milker' episode) will be covered in future instalments, so if you've never seen this brave and bold dramedy before, now would be a good time to leap in.
Watch a clip from the Drop Dead Diva premiere below:
CSI: Miami: Saturday (July 21) at 10.10pm on Channel 5
Stick on your sunglasses, crank up The Who and embrace the revival of your David Caruso man-crush - we've got some brand new episodes of CSI: Miami on Channel 5. The 10th (and sadly final) season of the Florida police procedural launches at lightning speed, with Horatio racing to save Natalia (Eva LaRue) from a watery grave, before setting out to open a can of whoopass on both the guy who put her there and a deranged serial killer. Frankly, we don't really care about plot details - we're just glad it's not a repeat.
Watch a promo for the CSI: Miami season premiere below:
The Only Way Is Essex: Sunday (July 22) at 10pm on ITV2
You may not be able (or want) to believe it, but TOWIE is back again for its sixth series - the third to be broadcast since the start of 2012. As Denise van Outen reminds us every bloody episode, the people on the show are 'real' and "anything can happen", so goodness knows what's in store for us in the premiere. It's pretty likely though we'll hear plenty of chatter about Lucy Mecklenburgh's engagement to Mario Falcone in Marbella and the will they/won't they drama surrounding James 'Arg' Argent and Gemma Collins. Don't fight the TOWIE, Tube Talk readers... we know you won't be able to resist it.
Watch the trailer for the new series of The Only Is Essex below:
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