We at Tube Talk have once again picked out the best programmes that are about to hit your box, which we've previewed below. Oh, and we'll also be putting on our finest tuxedos and diamond-encrusted ballgowns to catch the 66th British Academy Film Awards, which air Sunday (February 10) at 9pm on BBC One.
Dancing on the Edge: Monday (February 4) at 9pm on BBC Two
You won't find anything more grand or glamorous on TV this week than Stephen Poliakoff's Dancing on the Edge, a five-part drama about a black jazz band in 1930s London.
Boasting an all-star cast including Matthew Goode, John Goodman, Anthony Head, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Merlin's Angel Coulby and Doctor Who's Jenna-Louise Coleman, Dancing on the Edge begins with music journalist Stanley Mitchell (Goode) discovering Louis Lester (Ejiofor) and his group and vowing to introduce their beautiful music to the prejudiced masses. Episode two follows same time, same place on Tuesday (February 5).
Watch the trailer for Dancing on the Edge below:
Leverage: Tuesday (February 5) at 9pm on FOX
The novelty of Jane from Coupling being in a slick, US drama may have worn off long ago, but Leverage has only got better over time. The aforementioned Gina Bellman, Timothy Hutton, Christian Kane, Aldis Hodge and Beth Riesgraf are back, standing up for the little guy and dishing out their unique brand of justice for a fifth spectacular season.
The Princess Bride and Saw star Cary Elwes is the team's first target. He's a nasty airline CEO who the team hope to trick into buying Howard Hughes's legendary aircraft the 'Spruce Goose'. Will their plan take flight, or go into a tailspin?
Meet the Leverage team below:
The Spa: Thursday (Feburary 7) at 9pm on Sky Living
Rebecca Front, er, fronts this new proper British Sky comedy about the gang of misfits and no-hopers running the titular health club. She plays blonde bitch-in-chief Alison Crabbe, the woman charged with sorting out botched beauty treatments, short short-wearing handymen with big penises and sadistic fitness instructors.
Cheryl Fergison, Niky Wardley and Tim Healy are among the ensemble cast of The Spa, which comes from actor and Benidorm creator Derren Litten. You may want to think about cancelling your chemical face peel after this.
Nashville: Thursday (February 7) at 10pm on More4
Ready for a rootin' tootin' TV guilty pleasure? Then swing on by to Nashville, a soapy take on the world of country music featuring Golden Globe-nominated performances from Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights) and Hayden Panettiere (Heroes).
The pair play warring country stars Rayna James and Juliette Barnes, weighed down by age and inexperience respectively as they chase the spotlight. Kick up your boots and enjoy.
Watch a preview of Nashville below:
Being Human: Sunday (February 10) at 10pm on BBC Three
Series five of Being Human hasn't even been released for our critical eyes yet, but let's face it - BBC Three's supernatural sensation is always going to be must-see TV.
We've been clued in on the plot of episode two, but who knows what's a spoiler and what's not at this point, so all we're comfortable saying is that in the next instalment Tom and Hal will compete for the title of the Barry Grand Hotel's 'Employee of the Month' - much to the odious Captain Hatch's delight.
Watch Digital Spy's video from the set of Being Human below:
What TV shows are you looking forward to watching this week? Leave your comments below!