As one hit BBC Sunday night drama bows out, another lines up to take its place in the form of true crime series The Gold.
If you prefer your TV dramas a little less realistic and even more glossy, look forward to the return of You which drops its fourth season on Netflix this week.
Elsewhere, Gemma Arterton leads a star cast for Sky's adaptation of Nick Hornby novel Funny Woman, and Jeremy Clarkson is reunited with Kaleb Cooper for Prime Video documentary Clarkson's Farm.
The best things to watch on TV this week, 6 - 12 February, 2023
Below Deck: Mediterranean - E4 - Monday, 8pm
The guilty pleasure reality franchise returns to Mediterranean waters with more tensions brewing between the privileged yacht guests and its party-loving crew.
Captain Sandy is headed for Malta, but the crew is a little on the light side and guests are heavy on complaints.
Funny Woman - Sky MAX - Thursday, 9pm
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Gemma Arterton brings Nick Hornby's novel to life as 60s Blackpool factory worker Barbara Parker, who sets out for London hoping to take the sitcom world by storm.
Life as a comic actor turns out to have fewer laughs than anticipated, but she catches the eye of a theatrical agent played by Rupert Everett.
Also starring David Threlfall, Tom Bateman, Clare-Hope Ashitey and Arsher Ali.
You - Netflix - Thursday
The serial killer thriller has long since descended into ridiculously outlandish plot twists, but remains as addictive as ever.
If UK viewers are looking for an extra reason to dedicate more time to Joe's shenanigans, this season he's headed for London, where new victims await.
Clarkson's Farm - Prime Video - Friday
He's had his fair share of controversy lately, but Jeremy Clarkson's documentary series about his Cotswolds farm remains popular, thanks in part to the charm of farm manager Kaleb Cooper.
The second season returns with Clarkson still struggling to win over the locals and trying his hand at cattle farming and chilli growing.
The Masked Singer - ITV1 - Saturday, 7pm
After the double cull of Otter and Knitting at the weekend, the remaining singers are headed into the semi-final with their eyes on the prize.
Who will be unmasked and will you manage to guess the well hidden identities of the mystery performers?
The BRIT Awards 2023 - ITV1 - Saturday, 8.30pm
The BRITs might be a little less packed with shock live TV moments than it used to be, but host Mo Gilligan and a line-up of big name performers keep it entertaining.
Harry Styles, Lizzo, Stormzy, Sam Smith, Wet Leg, David Guetta with Ella Henderson and Becky Hill, Lewis Capaldi and Cat Burns are all set to grace the stage.
The Gold - BBC One - Sunday, 9pm
Sunday nights on BBC One are still the home of crime drama, with true story The Gold making its debut this weekend.
The 1983 Brink's-Mat robbery saw thieves stumble across £26 million of gold bullion, leaving them with the dilemma of how on earth to shift that amount of stolen goods.
Starring Hugh Bonneville, Dominic Cooper and Charlotte Spencer.