So you can't stop watching EastEnders to have a few cheap laugh at Danny Dyer's acting - I know the feeling. But just in case you are able to tear yourself away from Mr D and his squinting, here are a few other suggestions for telly distractions this week...
Must watch... Apologies if you haven't got Sky but the return of Girls (Sky Atlantic, Monday, 10pm) is unquestionably the highlight of the upcoming seven days. After a patchy second series, the start of this third run promises a return to form. The first two episodes are being shown back-to-back tonight and they are both corkers. Marnie is struggling to cope with being dumped, rehab's struggling to cope with Jessa but, amazingly, things seem to be going OK for Hannah, both with her book and her boyfriend, Adam. Highlights of tonight's double bill include a cameo from Richard E Grant, some surprising oral sex and a great question about utensils.
Catch up... The BBC's much trumpeted Sunday night swashbuckler The Musketeers kicked off last night, featuring a Dogtanian played by Ollie Locke from Made In Chelsea, Peter Capaldi clad in black leather, and more shitty facial hair than you'd get at a Mumford and Sons gig. It was a load of nonsense, naturally, but fairly enjoyable nonsense, nevertheless. The first episode is up on iPlayer now.
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