Over the next seven days, your beloved box will be going all sweet and cutesy with Big Fat Gypsy Weddings (Monday, February 11 at 9pm on Channel 4) and Let's Dance For Comic Relief (Saturday, February 16 at 6.50pm on BBC One), before indulging in a bit of dress-up with gladiator epic Spartacus and American football series Friday Night Lights...
Black Mirror: Monday (February 11) at 10pm on Channel 4
There may not be any Prime Ministerial pig sex this time, but we're still confident that Charlie Brooker's dark satire Black Mirror will be just as disturbing and thought-provoking second time around.
In 'Be Right Back', the first of three new troubling tales from the Wipe mastermind, a grieving soul named Martha (Hayley Atwell) discovers that her deceased boyfriend Ash (Domhnall Gleeson) can be resurrected in digital form using information on his various social networking sites. Scarily believable, Black Mirror may convince you to log out of Facebook for good or think twice about what you type into Google.
Watch the trailer for Black Mirror below:
Spartacus: War of the Damned: Monday (February 11) at 10pm on Sky1
Swords. Sandals. Sex. Sand. Splashings of blood. Seriously epic storylines... and now we've run out of 'S's to describe Spartacus, but we assure you we are seriously looking forward to the third and final instalment of the saga, War of the Damned.
Liam McIntyre is back in Spartacus's body armour again, spreading panic through the Roman senate as he prepares his army of rebel slaves for battle. Bring on the gore!
Watch the trailer for Spartacus: War of the Damned below:
Friday Night Lights: Tuesday (February 12) at 8pm on Sky Atlantic
Friday Night Lights' rise from late night TV ratings flop to a critical darling with a primetime slot on Sky Atlantic is an underdog story akin to some of the best sports movies out there, and this week the tale of the Dillon Panthers continues with the premiere of season four, first aired to little applause in the US almost four years ago.
Coach Taylor (Kyle Chandler) is facing a new challenge in the form of the underfunded and untalented East Dillon Lions, leaving the Panthers in the hands of Coach Aikmen (Drew Waters) and Joe McCoy (DW Moffett), as Buddy (Brad Leland) questions his allegiance to the team.
Watch the promo for Friday Night Lights season four below:
Vegas: Thursday (February 14) at 10pm on Sky Atlantic
We'd strongly advise you to take a gamble on Vegas, Sky Atlantic's new retro crime drama from Goodfellas writer Nicholas Pileggi starring Dennis Quaid, The Shield's Michael Chiklis and The Matrix heroine Carrie-Anne Moss.
Quaid plays real-life cowboy lawman Sheriff Ralph Lamb, who is brought down to 1960s-era Vegas when the body of a Governor's niece is discovered on a highway. He soon gets tangled up with corrupt officials and dangerous gangsters like Chiklis's casino owner Vincent Savino on his quest to cleanse Sin City.
Watch a first look of Vegas below:
The Walking Dead: Friday (February 15) at 10pm on FOX
The walkers have returned... yes, it's time to finish off the third season of Andrew Lincoln's post-apocalyptic drama The Walking Dead, which we can assure you hasn't lost any of its gruesome edge over the Christmas and New Year break.
In this first episode back, 'The Suicide King', Rick sets out to rescue Daryl (Norman Reedus) as he is pitted against Merle (Michael Rooker) by the recently eye-damaged Governor (David Morrissey), while a set of newcomers raise concerns at the prison.
Watch a trailer for The Walking Dead below:
What are you looking forward to watching this week? Leave your comments below!