The end is nigh for TV’s grumpiest doc – we celebrate eight fantastic seasons of House and find out what’s in store for Hugh Laurie and the rest of the show’s stars.
• Also this week, there’s brand new drama in Hell on Wheels, a stunning Western about a former Confederate soldier who’s set on vengeance after his wife is murdered.
• Chloë Sevigny courts controversy with her latest role, a ruthless assassin who also just happens to be a pre-op transexual. Created by Shameless writer Paul Abbott, Hit and Miss promises to be top telly.
• Dawson’s Creek star James Van Der Beek is back on our screens, playing a caricatured version of himself in acerbic new comedy series Don’t Trust the B**** in Apartment 23.
• Gok Wan switches his attention from clothes to cookery, as he and his restaurateur father John show us how to rustle up quick and healthy Chinese meals.
All this, plus the brand new series of Family Guy, the finale of Glee, Freddie Flintoff going wild Down Under, Ruud Gullit on Roberto Di Matteo’s Champions League chances, and reviews of all the new films on television this week, all wrapped up with the very best listings for Sky and Virgin viewers.