Wondering what to watch? This week boasts exciting new dramas and old favourites returning, as well as Netflix's next big release.
This week sees the BBC launch two new series as well as a hard-hitting documentary and returning comedies, while ITV will be bringing back classic series Midsomer Murders with a very special guest star in its premiere episode.
Here is Yahoo UK's guide to the week ahead.
Sunday 27 August, 9.05pm: The Woman in the Wall | BBC One
Ruth Wilson stars as a woman who finds a body in the wall of her home and is unsure if she was involved because she suffers with extreme bouts of sleepwalking.
When Detective Colman Akande (Daryl McCormack) begins to investigate a seemingly unrelated case the two become entangled in surprising ways.
Sunday 27 August, 8pm: Midsomer Murders | ITV1
Midsomer Murders is back on our screens, and this time strange happenings begin to occur in the village of Angel’s Rise where a Fayre is held every year.
Holly Willoughby will be making a cameo in the episode, which will kick start the newest season of Midsomer Murders on ITV.
Monday 28 August, 9pm: The Tower season 2 | ITV1
Gemma Whelan and Jimmy Akingbola are set to return as DS Sarah Collins and DC Steve Bradshaw for the second season of their thrilling ITV crime drama.
The new season is based on Kate London's second novel, and it will see Collins joins Homicide Command and start investigating new cases.
Monday 28 August, 10pm: Starstruck | BBC Three
Rose Matafeo's rom-com Starstruck is returning for its third season on BBC Three, the show follows Matafeo's Jessie who is navigating life in London and the complications of being in a romance with a famous movie star named Tom (Nikesh Patel)
Monday 28 August, 10pm: A Very British Space Launch | Channel 4
Channel 4 are examining Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit and their mission to launch the first rocket into orbit from British soil, the network were given unprecedented access behind the scenes during the six months that preparations were made for the launch.
Tuesday 29 August, 9pm: The Following Events are Based on a Pack of Lies | BBC One
In this thrilling BBC drama two very different women become entangled in a web of lies spun by a charming con-man as they try to bring him his comeuppence.
A unique take on the con-man thriller, the series stars Rebekah Stanton, Marianne Jean-Baptiste and Alistair Petrie.
Wednesday 30 August, 9pm: Screw season 2 | Channel 4
Prison drama Screw is back with its second season, the show is set in C Wing and follows a group of embattled prison guards as they keep the inmates in line.
Led by Good Omens star Nina Sosanya, the series follows prison officer Leigh (Sosanya) and 21-year-old trainee officer Rose (Jamie-Lee O’Donnell) alongside other screws just trying to do their jobs.
Thursday 31 August: One Piece | Netflix
Eiichiro Oda's iconic manga One Piece is being adapted into a live-action series for Netflix, which sees Monkey D Luffy put together a crew in order to embark on a journey to become King of the Pirates.
The show has been given the original creator's seal of approval, and fans will soon get to see whether the story will translate well onto the small screen unlike its predecessor Cowboy Bebop.
Thursday 31 August, 9pm: Andrew Tate: The Man Who Groomed the World? | BBC Three
The BBC are releasing an investigative documentary into Andrew Tate, the controversial influencer who was arrested in December 2022 in Romania on suspicion of being involved in a human trafficking ring and organised crime alongside his brother and two women.
Tate and his brother Tristan were recently released from custody in Romania and were placed under house arrest, but this has since been lifted as of 4 August. The documentary will show viewers the inner circle of the network that is spearheaded by him and his brother.
Friday 1 September: Warrior season 3 | Sky and NOW
Action series Warrior is back with its third season, the show is based on the writings of Bruce Lee and it continues to follow Chinese martial arts expert Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji).
Season 3 will see Ah Sahm and the Hop Wei find themselves in a precarious position as racial tensions continue to rise and war threatens to break out in San Fransisco.
Watch: Behind the scenes on One Piece.