It's been such an ace week for telly that we also need to give honourable mentions to the returns of Criminal Minds (Monday, January 28 at 9pm on Sky Living), 30 Rock (Wednesday, January 30 at 10.30pm on Comedy Central) and How I Met Your Mother (Thursday, January 31 at 8.30pm on E4), as well as the final episodes of Miranda (Monday, January 28 at 9pm on BBC One) and American Horror Story (Tuesday, January 29 at 10pm on FOX).
Dallas: Tuesday (January 29) at 9pm on Channel 5
There is, of course, a tinge of sadness to the otherwise joyous return of one of Tube Talk's favourite guilty pleasures, the reboot of Dallas, as this second season features Larry Hagman's final appearances as iconic soap villain JR Ewing before his death in November.
A funeral for the great character featuring the return of some Dallas legends is coming up later in the season, but before that there's a few more chances to see JR at his devious best - such as in this premiere episode, when John Ross (Josh Henderson) harnesses his dirty tactics to take revenge on Christopher (Jesse Metcalfe) and Elena (Jordana Brewster).
Watch a promo for Dallas below:
Derek: Wednesday (January 30) at 10pm on Channel 4
The pilot last year may have been a bit divisive, but Channel 4 obviously liked Ricky Gervais's Derek enough to order a full series of the bittersweet retirement home comedy - we're just wondering if he can keep that face up for six whole episodes.
The Office mastermind's latest project kicks off proper with sweet and simple Derek teaming up with co-workers at the home Dougie (Karl Pilkington, basically playing himself) and Hannah (Kerry Godliman) to save it from closure.
Watch a trailer for Derek below:
The Big Reunion: Thursday (January 31) at 9pm on ITV2
Get ready to slip on your dungarees, tie your hair into pigtails and dance like mad to the likes of 'C'est La Vie', 'Slam Dunk (Da Funk)' and 'Just A Little', as ITV2 indulges your inner pre-teen by reuniting some of your favourite pop acts from the '90s and early '00s.
Liberty X and 5ive are the first bands profiled in this cheesetastic nostalgia-fest, sucking in their middle-age paunches and slapping on the anti-aging cream as they prepare for their last hurrah. B*Witched, 911, Honeyz and Atomic Kitten (with Kerry Katona!) will be popping up in future episodes before they all take to the stage for a one-off gig at the Hammersmith Apollo. We need tickets to that show now!
Watch a trailer for The Big Reunion below:
Charlie Brooker's Weekly Wipe: Thursday (January 31) at 10pm on BBC Two
Having blown our minds last week with that amazingly unsettling trailer for the new Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker continues to pick apart society in a slightly less grim fashion with a new branch of his acclaimed Wipe franchise.
Weekly Wipe will see Brooker cast a critical eye over the latest happenings in the world of politics, the media, online and more, with regular contributor Doug Stanhope and a series of guests joining him for some satirical spluttering.
Watch Charlie Brooker discuss 'Gangnam Style' on 2012 Wipe below:
Being Human: Sunday (February 3) at 10pm on BBC Three
Things are going bump in the night again over in Barry, as Being Human returns to BBC Three for its fifth series. Vampire Hal (Damien Molony), werewolf Tom (Michael Socha) and ghost Alex (Kate Bracken) are facing all manner of problems in the opening episode, ranging from adapting to life after death to cleaning up their scummy house-share.
Plus, there's a new threat to contend with in the form of "poisonous pensioner" Captain Hatch (Phil Davis), a resident at the hotel where Tom and Hal seek employment whose decrepit exterior hides an ancient evil. If for some crazy reason those teasers haven't made you excited about Being Human coming back, here's some more reasons why you should be.
Watch the trailer for Being Human below:
What are you looking forward to watching this week? Leave your comments below!