From The Late Late Toy Show to new dramas such as Capital and Blindspot, returning Scan-dram The Bridge, to the latest Vogue Williams vehicle. It's another busy seven days of telly.
It's hello to Adele, Matt Berry, David Tennant and Donal Skehan - and so long to CSI, Angela Scanlon, Dole Life and Karl Pilkington.
John Byrne's televisual trawl of the week includes bomb blasts, zombies and a bit of ball as he casts an eye over the return of Homeland, The Walking Dead and Ireland's crucial Euro 2016 qualifiers.
John Byrne catches several new and returning shows including The Leftovers, a new sitcom set in the 1970s and a documentary series about the early days of Indie music.
The LA underbelly, cynical consultants, an incompetent private eye, a golf geezer, Jerry Lee Lewis and ageing ballroom dancers - it's been a busy TV week for John Byrne.
Enjoying some well earned sofa time over the next seven days? Here's John Byrne's TV choices for the week ahead: Saturday July 18-Friday July 24.
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