Wondering what to watch? The week ahead on UK TV will be another exciting one with beloved shows returning and programmes like Strictly Come Dancing kicking into high gear.
Here is Yahoo UK's guide to the week ahead.
Saturday 23 September, 6.15pm: Strictly Come Dancing | BBC One
The first live show of Strictly Come Dancing will premiere this Saturday, with the contestants taking to the dancefloor with their partners for the first time to impress the judges.
While viewers can have their say as the show goes on, the first week will not have a results show so no one will be eliminated until week 2.
Sunday 24 September, 7pm: Hamza: Strictly Birds of Prey | BBC One
Instead of the Strictly Come Dancing results show viewers will be able to join 2022 winner Hamza Yassin for a new nature programme titled Strictly Birds of Prey.
On the show the wildlife photographer will share insight into his favourite birds of prey from around the UK, travelling to remote locations in order to film them,
Monday 25 September, 9pm: The Long Shadow | ITV1
ITV drama The Long Shadow charts the manhunt for Peter Sutcliffe, also known as The Yorkshire Ripper, who preyed on women between 1975 and 1980.
The serial killer was caught in 1981 and he was later found guilty of 13 murders, and attempted murder of seven others for which he was given 20 consecutive life sentences.
Monday 25 September: All Star Shore season 2 | Paramount+
All star series are all the rage these days, and programmes like Too Hot to Handle, Geordie Shore and Jersey Shore are joining forces for a new reality series titled All Star Shore.
The show will see the contestants come together for an epic vacation and battle it out over a variety of epic party-style challenges for a chance to win.a grand prize of $150,000.
Tuesday 26 September, 8pm: The Great British Bake Off | Channel 4
Channel 4's beloved baking series is back, that's right it's time to put on your aprons and sprinkle flour on the workbench before The Great British Bake Off has returned.
The series will once again see a group of aspiring bakers test their skills in the tent in a number of challenges to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith, while new co-host Alison Hammond will be on hand to help alongside Noel Fielding.
Tuesday 26 September, 9.30pm: Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins | Channel 4
16 celebrities, including politician Matt Hancock, The Only Way is Essex star James Argent and singer Michelle Heaton are taking on the ultimate challenge in SAS: Who Dares Wins.
In the new season of the Channel 4 show the stars will be put through tough military training, the same that is used for the real Special Forces.
Tuesday 26 September: Who Killed Jill Dando? | Netflix
Journalist Jill Dando was killed on her doorstep in April 1999, and her murder led to one of the biggest investigations conducted by Metropolitan Police since the Yorkshire Ripper case.
Netflix examines the events of the crime, the investigation and the wrongful conviction of one suspect in the case, and asks how and why her murder is still unsolved.
Tuesday 26 September: The Fake Sheikh | Prime Video
Prime Video is exploring the life of undercover reporter Mazher Mahmood in a new documentary named after his pseudonym, the Fake Sheikh.
Mahmood worked undercover for various sting operations, where he would try and dig up the secrets of the rich and famous for the tabloids.
Thursday 28 September, 9pm: RuPaul's Drag Race UK | BBC Three
A new group of queens are ready to bring it to the runway on RuPaul's Drag Race UK season 5, where the contestants will be put through their paces in various weekly challenges in a bid to snatch the crown and be named the UK's next Drag Race Superstar.
Thursday 28 September: The Kardashians season 4 | Disney+
The royal family of reality TV is ready to give viewers another glimpse into their lives with the newest season of The Kardashians, which will be even more full of drama and gossip than before.
Thursday 28 September, 10pm: Brassic season 5 | Sky Max
Sky's hit comedy drama Brassic returns for a new season, which will follow Vinnie (Joseph Gilgun) and the gang as they try to enjoy their life while under threat of the MacDonagh brothers.
Friday 29 September: Gen V | Prime Video
The Boys are back... well, kind of. Gen V is the first spin-off to Prime Video's hit series The Boys, it follows a group of young Supes as they navigate life at Godolkin University where they can learn to harness their abilities before debuting in the real world.
But the university hides dark secrets, and the more blood-wielding Supe Marie Moreau's (Jaz Sinclair) star begins to rise the more she is pulled into this conspiracy.
Watch the trailer for Gen V: