This week's best telly includes highly anticipated returns for Peaky Blinders and Killing Eve, both back for the final time, as well as the season finale of Euphoria and so much more!
Here are 7 TV shows you can't miss this week...
1. Peaky Blinders
Sunday 27th February at 9pm on BBC One
Peaky Blinders, the drama about a small gang that run the streets of Birmingham in the aftermath of the Great War has become one of television's biggest dramas is back after almost two and a half years for its highly anticipated sixth and final series.
Whilst series five was set in 1929, this series moves ahead to 1933, where Thomas Shelby heads to North America, where the end of Prohibition brings new opportunities, But he also faces new danger from an old adversary who is finally making his move.
1/6 Continues weekly
2. Killing Eve
Monday 28th February on BBC iPlayer
Killing Eve is back for its fourth and final season, and following that emotional ending to season three, Eve, Villanelle and Carolyn are in very different places.
Following Eve and Villanelle's exchange on the bridge, Eve is on a revenge mission, while Villanelle, desperate to change, has joined a church community in an attempt to prove she's not a "monster.
Having killed Paul, Carolyn goes to extraordinary lengths to continue to chase down The Twelve and the person that ordered Kenny's hit. Having moved sideways into an embassy role by MI6, she is focused on getting back in the game.
1/8 Continues weekly. Repeated Saturdays at 9.15pm on BBC One
Monday 28th February at 10.05pm on Sky Atlantic
The second season of Euphoria has been superb as 17-year-old Rue, played by Zendaya, continues to try and find hope while balancing the pressures of love, loss, and addiction.
Following last week's episode which saw Lexi’s play performed for all to see, all we know about the highly-anticipated season final is that it promises to be explosive and as the show goes on, fragments of memories collide with the present and future.
We can see from the trailer that Fez is in danger, Cassie and Maddy have a fight and there's a heavy indication that someone will lose their life. But who? And then there's that line from Maddy at the very end, that "this is just the beginning."
Tuesday 1st March at 10.05pm on BBC Three
One of BBC Three's highly-anticipated new series for 2022 is Mood, an adaptation of actor, writer and singer-songwriter Nicôle Lecky's critically acclaimed ground-breaking play, Superhoe.
Told in part through the songs that Sasha creates, Mood follows Sasha, a 25-year-old wannabe singer and rapper. Sasha wants to be a major recording artist, but right now she’s a bedroom artist: spending her days smoking weed and stalking her ex-boyfriend on Instagram, and avoiding her mum, her step-dad and sister Megan.
When she is kicked out of her family home, Sasha is forced to fend for herself, sofa-surfing with local dealer Saleem, until she moves in with party girl Carly, who introduces her to the exciting world of social media influencing. But as the gap between her online presence and her dream of being a singer continues to grow, Sasha finds herself struggling to escape a world that is more complex and darker than she could have imagined.
Alongside Lecky starring in the leading role of Sasha Clayton, the cast includes Lara Peake as party girl Carly, Jessica Hynes as Sasha's mum, Paul Kaye as Sasha's step-dad, Mia Jenkins as Sasha's sister Megan and Jordan Duvigneau as Sasha's ex-boyfriend. It also promises a killer original soundtrack performed by Lecky.
1/6 Continues weekly. All episodes available at launch