Blue Planet II, X Factor and I'm a Celebrity... have finished, The Apprentice and Strictly Come Dancing are almost over, now eyes turn to the Christmas TV line-up.
I will first mention that I'm loving the second seasons of The Crown and The Grand Tour, and also mention that if you like Ninja Warrior UK and the like, get on Ultimate Beastmaster on Netflix - the second season launched today!
Back to Christmas.. ! Compared to previous years, this years schedule is not the best.. Regular Christmas traditions including EastEnders, Strictly Come Dancing, Still Open All Hours, Mrs Brown's Boys, Gogglebox, Call The Midwife, For The Love Of Dogs, Bake Off, Victoria, Maigret and Alan Carr's Chatty Man will all air across the main Christmas stretch. A particular favourite of mine, Dragons' Den, also returns on Boxing Day.
Doctor Who will be a stand-out this Christmas, with terrific performances expected from Peter Capaldi and David Bradley (Harry Potter, Broadchurch, An Adventure In Space And Time), as they also lead the way for the thirteenth Doctor Jodie Whittaker (Broadchurch) and her first scene.
I'm also looking forward to seeing A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong (guest starring Sir Derek Jacobi) after last year's Peter Pan Goes Wrong. As a fan of The Chase, the special bloopers episode will no doubt go down a treat too.
New additions this year include Vic & Bob's Big Night Out, 300 Years Of French & Saunders, Little Women and Mary, Mel and Sue's Big Christmas Thank You. There will also be compilations of Saturday Night Takeaway's 'Who Shot Simon Cowell?' and 'The Missing Crown Jewels'.
Before we launch into January with the returns of Celebrity Big Brother, Will & Grace, Dancing on Ice, Delicious, Trollied and The Voice UK, Mary Portas details What Britain Bought for Channel 4, Alan Carr kicks off the reboot of The Price Is Right and the 8 Out Of 10 Cats team do Countdown once more. And don't forget Big Fat Quiz Of The Year 2017! No Wipe from Charlie Brooker this year, unfortunately!
What will you be watching this year?
Watch the BBC's heartwarming Christmas animated film to get you in the mood: