'Game of Thrones: The Last Watch' is your last fix of the fantasy series. For now anyway.
HBO aired the documentary last night, but for anyone who didn't have access to the channel, fear not, Sky Atlantic will help with those withdrawal symptoms @9pm this evening.
From director Jeanie Finlay, 'The Last Watch' is a two-hour farewell to Westeros with the people who built the realm.
Hook this up to your veins:
I wonder will Bran be tuned in?
Dermot and Dave producer Maria Devereux also takes a look at the best of the rest on TV this week.
What about some true crime? Confessions of a Serial Killer is on Channel 4 @9pm this evening - 'Samuel Little claims to have killed up to 93 women across various US states over four decades, with the FBI confirming they have good reason to believe that he was responsible for over half of those murders. Travelling from California to Mississippi, film-maker Ben Zand tries to get to the bottom of how such a prolific killer was on the loose for so long and why the victims were allowed to pile up, seemingly unnoticed'.
Maybe you're feeling a bit more cosmic this week and want to do some stargazing? If so, Physicist and Astronomer Brian Cox launches a new show BBC One tomorrow evening.
Professor Cox will tell the story of the planets in a “groundbreaking” new series for the Beeb called 'The Planets'.
Using the latest planetary science research, The Planets will reveal the history of each world over five parts.
Each planet will be brought to life using the “most accurate and detailed imagery ever produced.” The series will explain the tragic past of Mars, which was once a wonderful water world but is now a barren, cold desert world.
It looks pretty 'out there':
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