This week the highly-anticipated period drama Versailles is back on BBC Two, Sky 1 takes an exclusive look into the secret world of Freemasons, and Channel 4 sees the return of The Supervet and explores the lives of junior doctors in new documentary series Confessions of a Junior Doctor.
Tuesday: The Son
AMC UK available on BT TV channel 332, 9pm
The Son is a new ten-part family drama based on Philip Meyers' Western novel, spanning over 150 years and multiple generations of a Texas family.
The drama focuses on Eli McCullough (Pierce Brosnan), who turns from a good-natured, innocent child into a calculating, power-hungry father and grandfather.
The story depicts a clash of cultures in America and the battle for oil, land and power centred around the McCullough family, starting with a flashback to a young and undamaged Eli, played by Jacob Lofland.
Wednesday: Confessions of a Junior Doctor
Channel 4, 9pm
This documentary series follows new NHS junior doctors as they begin their work at Northampton General Hospital, heroically working at a time of under-funding and staff shortages.
Filmed at the height of the junior doctors' crisis in 2016, the documentary hears from some of the hard-working 60,000 junior doctors in NHS hospitals and reveals the extreme pressure they are put under with the rising number of patients and government NHS cuts, as well as trying to care for themselves.
Thursday: The Supervet
Channel 4, 8pm
Noel Fitzpatrick, aka the 'Bionic Vet', and his veterinary team return for a new series of cutting-edge animal care, giving hope to the owner's of hard-to-cure pets.
The professor sees a labradoodle called Mitzi who has been hit by a car, a Leonberger with a cancerous tumour and a 10-month-old German pointer called Hector who must go undergo spinal surgery to save his life.
BBC Two, 9.30pm
The hit period drama depicting the turbulent reign of the 'Sun King' Louis XIV is back for another scandalous series.
A high-profile poisoning in the heart of the French court leaves a coveted vacancy and a pregnant Madame de Montespan takes advantage of her influence at every opportunity.
Meanwhile, the king, played by George Blagden (Vikings), recruits a writer to document his reign and a new marriage is arranged for his widowed brother Phillippe.
Saturday: Inside the Freemasons
Sky 1, 8pm
Inside the Freemasons explores the fraternal society with exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the world's oldest network in the run up to its 300th anniversary.
The five part documentary will seek to discover the truth behind the ancient rituals and safely-guarded practices of the United Grand Lodge of England for the first time.
The first episode follows 40-year-old Bedfordshire farmer James Wootton as he gets ready for a secret initiation ritual, while Worshipful Brother Anthony Henderson is preparing for the ceremony that will raise his position to the highest rank in his county.
Sunday: London Marathon
BBC One, 8.30am
Gabby Logan presents live coverage of the annual race, which will see tens of thousands of runners take on the 26.2-mile course around the city and feature some of the runners with the most inspirational human interest stories.
In the wheelchair races, Great Britain's David Weir is aiming for a record seventh victory in what is due to be his final race, while America's Tatyana McFadden goes for her fifth straight title in the women's event.
The men's race will see last year's champion Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge face stiff competition this year from Ethiopian track great Kenenisa Bekele, as well as the return of Kenyan Jemima Sumgong, who won the women's race last year.