We might be experiencing the winter chills still, but there's a real spring in our step this week because two of our favourite TV series have returned to our screens. And what's more, they are available on catch-up and on demand channels and apps right now.
That should sort out your weekend viewing - well, part of it at least. We also give you three other tasty morsels as part of our weekly highlights guide in case you're not sure how to fill the rest of your time too.
All the following are available for free, to rent or as part of a paid subscription service, and can be accessed through a dedicated app or channel on a media streaming device, such as the set-top-boxes from Roku.
The Walking Dead
Starting with a bang, literally, the second half of season six of The Walking Dead pulls no punches.
It's being shown on Fox in the UK each week, so you can watch each new episode on catch-up on Now TV. The same service also has the entire run up to date available on demand too, so now's the time to get into the comic book adaptation if you haven't already.
Now available on Amazon Video to watch as part of a Prime subscription, Bridesmaids give you a chance to see why the Ghostbusters remake coming later this year will be one to look out for. The same main line-up will also be donning their ghostbusting gear soon.
After The Hangover was such a huge success, it made sense to repeat a similar formula with an all-female lead cast. Bridesmaids was the end result and you'd have to be made of stone not to find it hilarious.
Better Call Saul
It's back. The spin-off series proved in its first season that it can more than hold its own in comparison to Breaking Bad, with Vince Gilligan showing there is far more to lawyer Jimmy McGill (soon to be renamed Saul Goodman) than we all originally thought.
Now the second season has started on Netflix and we will find out more about his path to sleaziness over the coming 10 weeks.
Hotel Transylvania 2
(Sky Store, Google Play, Amazon Video, Sainsbury's Entertainment on Demand)
Adam Sandler returns as Dracula in this animated adventure for the whole family.
This time, the Universal Studios-style monsters celebrate the arrival of a new member of the family, grandson Dennis, who may or may not start to exhibit his family's vampire traits. Hilarity ensues.
After a long build up BBC Three is now an online only channel and therefore its programming can be found exclusively on BBC's website or BBC iPlayer.
The shift coincides with the launch of series three of Cuckoo, the mad and brilliantly funny sitcom starring Greg Davies, Helen Baxendale and the Twilight movie series' Taylor Lautner. He replaced Andy Samberg in the second season, but the show retains its bonkers, surreal comedic tones.
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