Here are some of our favourites.
Long Lost Family: Born Without a Trace
Tuesday 2nd June, 9pm
People who are abandoned as babies are known as foundlings and they are often left in the first few hours and days of their lives. With no way of identifying them, they are born without truly knowing who they are.
Each of the gang have their own area of makeover expertise, Jonathan Van Ness is in charge of grooming; Tan France, fashion; Karamo Brown, culture; Antoni Porowski, food and wine, and Bobby Berk focuses on interior design.
Series six will see the five head to Texas – with a base in Austin – to “scour the prairie in a search for a whole new roster of heroes in need of a little TLC."
The five haven’t just showcased their talents in the US, a special spin off series saw them travel to Japan to spread some self-love and unleash their makeover skills.
Whether it’s the spike in sales of canned Marks & Spencer gin and tonic or Google searches of priests – both inspired by season two of Fleabag – never underestimate TV’s power to influence people’s behaviour. Yet, sometimes, it is the smallest detail of a TV series that can effect a change in someone’s life.
Joining Netflix’s host of original podcasts, storytelling series Because I Watched looks back through the screen of the latest binge-watch and into the lives of viewers at home.
While ITV2’s summer sizzler Love Island has gone some way to bringing that back, for television dramas the choice is now so vast that everyone is watching something different. And, thanks to TV on-demand, even if people are watching the same series, it’s likely to be at a different pace.