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ITV's 'Broadchurch': DAVID TENNANT as D.I Alec Hardy and OLIVIA COLMAN as D.S. Ellie Miller

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Oh dear - it looks like we'll be snubbing friends and family again, as we make ourselves at home on the sofa for yet another week of Must-See TV.

Read on for our rundown of the top telly moments coming up in the next seven days, including the return of Russell Howard's Good News, the TARDIS in peril on Doctor Who and Broadchurch's big reveal...

Broadchurch: Monday (April 22) at 9pm on ITV
It sprang up from nowhere to become the nation's favourite TV talking point, and now after eight weeks of furious speculation, we will finally discover the killer of little Danny Latimer in Broadchurch's final episode.

So who's the perpetrator? Pauline Quirke's skateboard-hoarding Susan Wright? Bookies' favourite Joe Miller (Matthew Gravelle)? Or perhaps, as suggested by some of the more imaginative fan theories, could it even be one of our favourite detective duo, David Tennant and Olivia Colman? Mercifully, it won't be long until we find out...

Watch David Tennant and Olivia Colman tease the final episode of Broadchurch below:



Men at Work: Tuesday (April 23) at 10pm on FOX
We're not sure we agree about it being "the male Sex and the City", but we do know that Men at Work is a bit of dumb fun. It's the kind of show that has a few jokes that'll make you groan, but is essentially harmless.

The bromantic adventures of newly-single Milo (Danny Masterson), uber-stylish Tyler (Michael Cassidy), smooth operator Gibbs (James Lesure) and loved-up Neal (Adam Busch) may not exactly be clever, but given how the likes of The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men and 2 Broke Girls have exploded, it could soon be big. Make sure you're there from the start, just in case.

Watch the trailer for Men at Work below:



Scott & Bailey: Wednesday (April 24) at 9pm on ITV
It's the moment Emmerdale fans have been waiting for, as DS favourite Danny Miller makes his debut as Sgt Rob Waddington in detective drama Scott & Bailey this week.

Although many have already questioned whether the young 'un could really rise through the ranks of the police force so fast, we're going to reserve judgement on Danny until after the episode, which sees Suranne Jones and Lesley Sharp's titular detectives discover some shocking new information about the murder of Helen Bartlett's (Nicola Walker) mother back in week one.

Watch a clip of this week's Scott & Bailey below:



10 O' Clock Live: Wednesday (April 24) at 10pm on Channel 4 / Russell Howard's Good News: Thursday (April 25) at 10pm on BBC Three
Two very different takes on the week's events are about to be thrown up with the return of both 10 O' Clock Live and Russell Howard's Good News.

10 O' Clock Live, now in its third series, features Jimmy Carr, David Mitchell, Charlie Brooker and Lauren Laverne taking a satirical look at current affairs and ranting about naughty, naughty politicians, while Good News - which you recently voted BBC Three's greatest show ever - is more concerned with the kind of stories that make it into our odd section. Hopefully what the shows have in common is that they'll be bloomin' funny.

Watch a classic clip from Russell Howard's Good News below:



Doctor Who: Saturday (April 27) at 6.30pm on BBC One
The TARDIS takes centre stage in the next episode of Doctor Who, as the iconic dimension-straddling police box goes into a meltdown after being captured by a salvage vessel from beyond the stars.

Of course, this leaves Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) in need of rescuing again, this time from the space oddities thrown forward by the malfunctioning machine. Can The Doctor (Matt Smith) grab her from the TARDIS before it self-destructs?

Watch Digital Spy's Morgan Jeffery and Mayer Nissim discuss last week's Doctor Who in 'Geek TV':



What are you looking forward to watching this week? Leave your comments below!

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