Another exciting week on UK TV lies ahead, with big sports events, intriguing documentaries and returning dramas set to premiere both on terrestrial channels and streaming services.
Elsewhere, BBC will be bringing live coverage of the Wimbledon finals to viewers at home and Channel 4 is premiering intriguing documentaries from Rosie Jones and others.
Here is Yahoo's guide on what to watch this week.
Saturday 15 July, 1:15pm: Wimbledon women's final | BBC One
The grand slam tournament is reaching its conclusion and this weekend will see both the men's and women's finals take place. The women's final is first and will be screened live on BBC One in the afternoon complete with commentary and highlights.
Saturday 15 July, 7pm: The Voice Kids final | ITV1
The Voice Kids will also be coming to an end this weekend, revealing which of the aspiring young singers, who are aged between 7 and 14, is named the winner.
will.i.am, Pixie Lott, Danny Jones and Ronan Keating are presiding over the judges table, and they will help decide who is the next The Voice Kids champion.
Saturday 15 July, 9.15pm: Becoming Elizabeth | Channel 4
Channel 4 is examining the history of Queen Elizabeth I in a new eight-part documentary that explores her childhood and her the untold story of her early years before she ascended the throne.
The first episode will focus on the immediate aftermath of Henry VIII's death when his children Mary, Elizabeth and Edward became pawns for those in the English court in the race for control of the country.
Sunday 16 July, 1pm: Wimbledon men's final | BBC One
As mentioned, the Wimbledon men's final will air live on BBC this weekend with some of the best in the game aiming to earn the coveted grand slam title.
Sunday, 16 July, 9pm: World on Fire | BBC One
BBC's hit drama World on Fire is returning for its second season, the war epic presents the events of World War II through the eyes of ordinary people with the story travelling between war-torn Britain and Nazi Germany to present a unique look at the historical event.
Wednesday 19 July: The Bear season 2 | Disney+
Return to the kitchen with The Bear, FX's intense drama that explores the ins-and-outs of a Chicago food joint and its staff.
Jeremy Allen White leads the cast as Carmen "Carmy" Berzatto, and season 2 follows the team as they embark on an ambitious renovation of The Beef in order to make it into the hottest spot in town.
Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan return for a new series of Rob and Romesh Vs, in which they try their hand at various activities from becoming K-Pop stars to learning magic from iconic duo Penn & Teller.
Thursday 20 July, 10pm: Rosie Jones: Am I a R****d? | Channel 4
Comedian Rosie Jones is set on tackling ableism and online trolling in a new documentary for Channel 4, in which she explores the myriad of abuse, death threats and rape threats she receives on a daily basis over her disability.
Read more: Rosie Jones discusses impact of ableist abuse: ‘I don’t want to lie anymore’ (Attitude, 2-min read)
In a frank examination of her experience, Jones hopes to get to the heart of the matter and to try and make the public aware of the issues.
Thursday 20 July: Sweet Magnolias season 3 | Netflix
Netflix's drama Sweet Magnolias is returning to the streamer for its third season, and the story returns to the lives of Maddie, (JoAnna Garcia Swisher), Dana Sue (Brooke Elliott) and Helen (Heather Headley) as they navigate new challenges both personal and professional.
Friday 21 July: Fifteen-Love | Prime Video
Prime Video is bringing an intriguing new tennis drama to its platform in the coming week, which explores the dark side of the sport through the lens of the relationship between Justine (Ella Lily Hyland) and her former coach Glenn (Aidan Turner).
Justine was once one of the bright stars of the sport but after an injury forced her to retire early she struggles with putting her life back together, and when Glenn comes back into her life she takes a stand and accuses him of sexual assault during their years of training together.
Watch a trailer for Fifteen-Love