If you're one of the people who aren't watching Series 4 of Being Human simply because Mitchell, George and Nina are no longer around, then you really are missing some amazing television.
Most fan talk about this year's series of Doctor Who has tended to concentrate on how many episodes it will consist of and when they’ll be shown. As a result, excited chatter about the actual content has been thin on the ground.
With a brand new six-part series of Red Dwarf now in the can and due to be broadcast on Dave this autumn, here are our hopes for the long-awaited Series X.
Eternal Law, ITV1’s angelic legal drama from the creators of Life on Mars, has been suffering in the ratings but there's still plenty in it to enjoy.
In anticipation of The Walking Dead’s return next month, we look at some of the questions which have been hanging over the mid-season hiatus like a lynched zombie dangling from a tree.
To some people, speculating about the content of a few hours of television, 22 months before it is likely to be screened, is the behaviour of the insane. These people know nothing.
After a week of fevered conjecture about how Sherlock miraculously survived his apparently fatal fall from the roof of Barts Hospital, Steven Moffat has said: ‘There is a clue everybody's missed.’
There is a tiny loose thread, a minor perplexity left to tease us until Sherlock returns to our screens: just how the hell did he get out of that?
So the long- rumoured Star Wars TV series, while still no closer to production, is still being developed and now even has a title; Star Wars: Underworld.
With nearly nine months to go until Doctor Who returns to our screens (the longest gap between episodes since its rebirth in 2005) the wait is going to be harder than ever.