This week's telly sees the return of Love Island, a new series of Black Mirror and the highly-anticipated return of Killing Eve.
Here are 7 shows you can’t miss this week...
1. Love Island
Monday 3rd June at 9pm on ITV2
It's that time of year again where our summer is taken over by a group of singletons living in a villa in Mallorca as Love Island returns.
Caroline Flack is back to welcome them to their plush surroundings and deliver those inevitable bombshells as loyalties are tested and of course the series wouldn't be the same without Iain Stirling's inimitable narration.
As ever, to secure a place in the villa, the Islanders must couple up or risk being dumped from the island. But it'll be the public who will ultimately decide which couple are crowned winners of Love Island 2019 and win that life-changing amount of money.
2. Years and Years
Tuesday 4th June at 9pm on BBC One
As BBC One's bold new drama Years and Years continues, Daniel’s engagement to Viktor descends into panic, as events across Europe heat up and he plots with Edith to bring Viktor home.
Meanwhile, Rosie celebrates with a family meal after setting up her own business with new boyfriend and Celeste is busy hiding her suspicions about Stephen’s secret life. But a series of accidents bring things to a boiling point and even Muriel is dragged into the marital row, while Stephen’s life changes forever.
Elsewhere, the infamous Government of Water collapses as Viv Rook sets her sights on the ultimate prize of No. 10 Downing Street.
3. Black Mirror
Wednesday 5th June on Netflix
Many expected it to arrive late last year, but after the surprise of Bandersnatch, the fifth series of Black Mirror was delayed until this week.
Boasting an impressive cast over three episodes, Rachel, Jack and Ashley, Too stars Miley Cyrus,
Smithereens stars Andrew Scott and Striking Vipers stars Anthony Mackie.
4. The Virtues
Wednesday 5th June at 9pm on Channel 4
In the final episode of Shane Meadows' hard-hitting new drama The Virtues, Joseph and Dinah finally get the answers they have been searching for.
They each have to decide whether to seek their own justice, or to forgive.
5. Shopping with Keith Lemon
Thursday 6th June at 10pm on ITV2
I'm surprised it's taken this long for Keith Lemon to have his own chat show, but now he's got it, he's doing things a little bit differently.
In Shopping with Keith Lemon, Keith does away with the usual shiny floor sofa setup and instead chooses to take famous faces shopping whilst having a good old natter about their life and career.
This week, he joins Spice Girl Mel B as she does her big weekly food shop and top comedian Jimmy Carr as he gets suited and booted by a London tailor.
6. Killing Eve
Saturday 8th June at 9:15pm on BBC One
After what feels like FOREVER, the second series of Killing Eve is finally airing in the UK. Weekly on Saturday nights and as a boxset on BBC iPlayer. And it kicks off 30 seconds after the dramatic events from the end of series one.
After everything that happened in Russia, Eve went rogue. Turning up at Villanelle’s home and coming face to face with her, in a moment that shocked even Villanelle, Eve has just stabbed her in the stomach.
Now Eve is alone in Villanelle’s flat with nothing but a knife, her handbag and a rising sense of panic. Meanwhile Villanelle is already on the run and using all her many skills and instincts to survive. She’s wounded in more ways than one, and if she can escape the wrath of her Russian handlers, she is heading straight to London.
7. Gentlemen Jack
Sunday 9th June at 9pm on BBC One
As we reach the halfway point of the series, undeterred by Mrs Priestley’s warning about the dangers of their liaison, Anne and Ann are caught up in the excitement and passion of their affair.
In York, Anne is delighted when Doctor Belcombe confirms that she is the perfect tonic for Ann’s nervous disorder. The two women get a cooler reception back in Halifax, and when the news of a bereavement arrives at Cliff Hill, Ann’s desperate reaction makes Anne suspect that there’s more to it and that Ann has secrets of her own.
At Shibden, Eugenie’s misfortune has implications for John Booth. Anne is unimpressed to hear that Marian is dating someone who works in industry. As her rivalry with Christopher Rawson heats up, Anne steps up her plan to re-open her old coal mines and sink her own shaft. When people begin to question his father’s disappearance, Thomas Sowden spins a risky web of lies.