This week the nation's much loved Royal Variety Show returns, Vicious makes a comeback for one final episode on ITV and man of mystery David Blaine dazzles and perplexes minds in a new magic show on Channel 4.
Monday: David Blaine: Beyond Magic
Channel 4, 9pm
Following his critically acclaimed ratings for David Blaine: Real or Magic, Blaine returns with his most revealing performance yet.
Magic meets documentary in the one-hour special, which has been two years in the making, as Blaine blows the minds of David Beckham, Johnny Depp and Patrick Stewart, along with others.
Tuesday: Royal Variety Performance 2016
David Walliams hosts this year's Royal Variety Performance, in the presence of Their Royal Highnesses The Prince Of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
The night will be full of so much talent; from the cast of The Beatles Cirque Du Soleil’s LOVE show, award-winning musician Emeli Sandé, Sherdian Smith and dance group Diversity to the stage.
Expect the best in music, comedy and theatre, along with some surprises as well!
New US sci-fi drama series Timeless is about a team who travel through time, to protect the past from devious masterminds who aim to change the course of history.
This episode involves a stolen time machine and a trip back to the 1937 Hindenburg disaster.
Thursday: Sports Personality of the Year - The Contenders
BBC One, 10.45pm
This year has been an amazing year for sport, and the success of British sports talents is at an all-time high.
Gabby Logan presents this programme, featuring the contenders for BBC Sports Personality of the Year, looking at all their achievements and insights into their success.
Kadeena Cox who is up for the title, was the first British paralympian since 1988 to win a medal in two sports at the same Paralympic games.
Ian McKellen, Derek Jacobi and Frances de la Tour return to ITV to reprise their roles in popular comedy Vicious for one final episode.
They welcome viewers back for one final hurrah, into the hectic world of newly married couple Freddie Thornhill (Ian McKellen) and Stuart Bixby (Derek Jacobi) and their best friend Violet (Frances de la Tour).
Saturday: Strictly Come Dancing - The Final
BBC One, 6.40pm
After 13 weeks of dance performances, the Strictly Come Dancing Final comes live to BBC One.
Following on from Olympic gymnast Claudia Fragapane's departure last weekend, finalists Danny Mac, Ore Oduba and Louise Redknapp are left to battle it out to lift the Strictly trophy.
Sunday: Midsomer Murders
Midsomer Murders returns with more mysterious happenings than ever.
When a young man is found murdered during The Little Auburn Villages' grand reopening (after it had been left untouched since WW2), DCI Barnaby and DS Winter must unravel a sinister web of lies from both past and present in order to catch the killer.