The Week In Sci-Fi

Pegg and Frost return to the big screen with Paul , Outcasts hits its stride and Herrick is back in Being Human - what a week!

MONDAY 14 FEBRUARY

Whether you forgot to buy a present for your beloved or want to forget about St Valentine altogether, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are on hand to help: Paul is released today, so get to the pictures pronto!

Catch up with the latest Carpathian capers in Outcasts on BBC One at 9pm.

Spooky goings on over on Sky Living as Bedlam continues at 10pm.

TUESDAY 15 FEBRUARY

Tuesday evenings can be a dull affair - take the edge off with a bit of No Ordinary Family on Watch at 8pm.

They're young, a bit sexy and they'll eat your face clean off: The Vampire Diaries continues on ITV2 at 9pm.

Outcasts episode four lands tonight, brandishing an orange gun and being awfully serious on BBC One at 9pm.

WEDNESDAY 16 FEBRUARY

Ashton Kutcher proves that he once was an actor who was in films and everything - tune in to E4 at 9pm for proof in The Butterfly Effect .

If you missed it at the weekend and fancy a late night, you can catch up with Being Human on BBC Three at 12:40am.

THURSDAY 17 FEBRUARY

There can only be one! Except for all the sequels, obviously, but enjoy the original Highlander tonight on ITV4 at 11:25pm.

FRIDAY 18 FEBRUARY

There is literally no need to leave the house this Friday night thanks to Film4 showing Alien at 9pm.

In some cultures, it's considered rude to tear someone's throats out without asking, but not in Bon Temps. True Blood continues on FX at 10pm.

SATURDAY 19 FEBRUARY

The Force is most certainly strong with this one - The Clone Wars continues on Sky Movies Premiere at 10am and again at 5:30pm today.

Hugh Jackman makes his debut as Wolverine in X-Men on Channel Four at 7:10pm.

Spent your Friday night with Sigourney Weaver and want more? Don't blame you - catch Aliens on Film4 at 9pm.

SUNDAY 20 FEBRUARY

Herrick makes a welcome return to Being Human this week as series three continues on BBC3 at 9pm.