Stick on the box over the next seven days, and you'll be treated to the likes of Sky1's brilliant supermarket comedy Trollied, the return of those old dogs that make up New Tricks and the action-packed Strike Back.
Plus, make sure you keep that London 2012 spirit alive by catching the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympic Games, which begins Wednesday, August 29 at 8pm on Channel 4.
New Tricks: Monday (August 27) at 9pm on BBC One
Before last week, when Amanda Redman (who has now quit the series) and Dennis Waterman slammed New Tricks for being "bland" and the writers came back with a succinct, seven-letter response, we weren't exactly counting down to the return of the BBC's fuddy-duddy detective drama.
But now that the behind-the-scenes squabbles have come out, New Tricks series nine is suddenly must-see TV. Do the cast have a point about creaky writing? The premiere, in which the gang of Redman, Waterman, Alun Armstrong and James Bolam are given 24 hours to solve the 100-year-old murder of a palaeontologist, sounds intriguing enough. But the only way to find out if 'it's alright, it's okay' at camp New Tricks is to tune in.
Watch the intro to New Tricks below:
Good Cop: Thursday (August 30) at 9pm on BBC One
Fancy getting hooked into a gritty revenge thriller? Set on the streets of Liverpool, Good Cop stars Warren Brown as the awesomely-named John Paul Rocksavage, a bright and bold policeman who decides it's time for a change of tack when his colleague, played by Tom Hopper, pays the ultimate price for standing up to a gang of thugs.
Stephen Graham, Michael Angelis and Aisling Loftus also feature in this dark and compelling four-part series, which asks how much of yourself would you compromise for justice?
Watch the trailer for Good Cop below:
Trollied: Friday (August 31) at 9pm on Sky1
Trollied, the little comedy that taught us just how enthralling life in a budget supermarket can be, returns for its second series this week with a new boss - Dynasty ice queen Stephanie Beacham.
Episode one sees the Valco gang trying to adjust to life under their new boss - something that Julie (Jane Horrocks) in particular struggles with as she pines over her lost-love Gavin (Jason Watkins). The ladies' conflict comes to a head in the second instalment at 9.30pm when they differ over the store's new below-basic range. Trollied is far from a two-woman show though - Mark Addy, Nick Blood, Beverly Rudd and the rest of the crew are back as well, waiting for you to check them out.
Watch a clip from Trollied series two below:
Doctor Who: Saturday (September 1) at 7.20pm on BBC One
The wait, Who fans, is finally over. Matt Smith will soon be stepping back into the TARDIS again for the beloved sci-fi's seventh series, with Karen Gillan (Amy Pond) and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams) joining him for a final few adventures before Jenna-Louise Coleman makes her long-awaited debut as the new companion at Christmas.
But we're getting ahead of ourselves here. First the Doctor will have to do battle again with his greatest enemy, the Daleks - a whole asylum of them in fact. Digital Spy saw it. Digital Spy loved it. Digital Spy got told not to ruin the plot, and since we're absolutely terrified of Steven Moffat, Digital Spy agreed to keep schtum - aside from these cryptic teasers. Anyway, it's not like we need to get you more hyped for Doctor Who's return - we know there's not a dinosaur's chance in space you'll miss it.
Watch the trailer for Doctor Who series seven below:
Strike Back: Vengeance: Sunday (September 2) at 9pm on Sky1
Men, get ready to feel both unbelievably pumped and ridiculously inferior because Strike Back is... er... back, this time with a Vengeance. Michael Stonebridge and Damien Scott have once again loaded up their guns (and acquired a hefty amount of firearms) to take down series three's 'big bad', notorius Somali warlord Huseyin Waabri.
The usual torrent of bangs and bullets begins right from the off, as Strike Back's opening instalment sees Scott (Sullivan Stapleton) set out to rescue a British diplomat and junior attaché kidnapped by militants, while Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) adapts to his new life out of Section 20. Make sure you've cleared room in your schedule not just for Strike Back, but for the inevitable hour you'll spend running around making machine gun noises afterwards.
Watch the trailer for Strike Back: Vengeance below:
What are you looking forward to watching this week? Let us know below!