And of course, it wouldn't be a proper Tube Talk rundown without a mention of the next episode of Doctor Who, where the Time Lord will be transported to the Wild West. Read on for more...
Anger Management: Wednesday (September 12) at 9pm on Comedy Central
Now that he's weaned himself off tiger blood, booted out his goddesses and blown up his 'Violent Torpedo of Truth', Charlie Sheen is psyched up and ready to make his TV comeback in new sitcom Anger Management, which sees him play a therapist who seeks help himself after attacking his ex-wife's boyfriend, played by Brian Austin Green.
Admittedly Sheen hasn't strayed too far out of his comfort zone here - the multi-cam setup and deafening laugh track have a distinct Two and a Half Men feel - but Anger Management has been a record-breaking success in America and Charlie is as charismatic as ever on screen, with some great performances from Selma Blair and Shawnee Smith to back him up. Check out Wednesday's double-bill and we're sure you'll agree Anger Management has hit on a 'winning' formula.
Watch a promo for Charlie Sheen's return in Anger Management below:
Shameless: Wednesday (September 12) at 10pm / Thursday (September 13) at 10pm on Channel 4
Crack open a cold one because The Gallaghers are back for Shameless's tenth series this week, and in one of the most shocking plot developments in TV history Frank (David Threlfall) has only gone and found himself a job!
Unsurprisingly, the nation's favourite lout isn't overly enthused with serving up fast food after ten years out of the workforce and becomes plagued with horrifying nightmares. Will he still be flipping burgers when episode two airs on Thursday? Elsewhere in the premiere, Shane (Nicky Evans) and Jackson (Emmanuel Ighodaro) run into issues with their bootlegging business and Patty (Valerie Lilley) does a spot of pill swiping.
Strictly Come Dancing: Saturday (September 15) at 6.30pm on BBC One
We're so excited for Strictly's return here at Digital Spy that we've been spending the last week trotting around the office flinging out jazz hands left, right and centre. As we speak, a new crop of celebrities, including CBBC's Dani Harmer and Daybreak's Richard Arnold, are waiting nervously to take part in the tenth series of the BBC ballroom contest, all hoping to grab that coveted mirror ball trophy and permanently erase any memory of Nancy Dell'Olio's lumbering about.
The legendary Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly will be back to host proceedings as the stars discover their professional partners, while Darcey Bussell fills Alesha Dixon's vacant seat on the panel next to Len 'seven' Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood.
Watch the teaser for Strictly Come Dancing below:
Doctor Who: Saturday (September 15) at 7.35pm on BBC One
So, how are you all enjoying Doctor Who so far gang? Well, after the fun-as-heck 'Dinosaurs on a Spaceship', Steven Moffat and co have wheeled out another crowd-pleasing, high concept premise for episode three 'A Town Called Mercy', in which the Doctor (Matt Smith), Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darvill) arrive at a Wild West town living in fear of a cyborg cowboy.
Will the trio be able to save the last person on the bot's hit list? How does guest star Ben Browder of Farscape and Stargate SG-1 fit in to their quest? And will Matt Smith be able to pull off a cowboy hat? It won't be long until we find out.
Watch the Doctor Who series seven trailer below:
Downton Abbey: Sunday (September 16) at 9pm on ITV1
Oh yes. Our Sunday nights are complete again. Series three of worldwide supersmash Downton Abbey starts this week and we just can't wait to get reacquainted with the Crawleys (especially Dame Maggie Smith's Dowager Countess). The first episode features the introduction of Shirley MacLaine as Cora's (Elizabeth McGovern) mother Martha, who arrives at Downton for the wedding of Matthew (Dan Stevens) and Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery).
Following the disappointment of Julian Fellowes's Titanic project, expectations are sky-high for Downton Abbey's new series, but judging by the epic trailer that's just been released - packed full of tears, smooches and dramatic speeches from Hugh Bonneville, Jim Carter, Brendan Coyle et al - next Sunday will indeed be a 'perfect day'.
Watch the promo for Downton Abbey below:
What are you looking forward to watching this week? Let us know below!