The Week In Sci-Fi

It's crunch time for Mitchell as that wolf-shaped bullet approaches in Being Human , while there's more Bedlam , Outcasts and a brand new SFX also on the way this week...

MONDAY 7 MARCH

Monday afternoon is a time for tea, biscuits and now Batman , appearing on ITV4 from 3pm.

More Bedlam tonight on Sky Living at 10pm. Will Young’s never had it so spooky…

Whether you missed this weeks brilliant penultimate Being Human or simply want to watch it again, you can catch up tonight on BBC3 at 10:30pm.

TUESDAY 8 MARCH

Make your Tuesday evening bearable with a bit of No Ordinary Family on Watch at 8pm.

Alternatively, Will Smith can be found causing all sorts of mayhem in not-as-bad-as-you-remember superhero adventure Hancock on Fiver at 7:05pm.

WEDNESDAY 9 MARCH

SFX 207 hits the shelves! Huzzah!

Mockney menace Danny Dyer's sole decent contribution to film history, comedy horror Severance , can be found on BBC Three tonight at 10pm.

THURSDAY 10 MARCH

Not much on the box tonight, but you can always catch up with season three of Primeval on Watch at 8:30pm.

Doctor Who loving audiophiles, to the shops with you! The Gemini Contagion , an original 11 th Doctor story read by Meera Syal, is out today.

FRIDAY 11 MARCH

Citizens of Earth, it's time to fend off another alien attack as Battle: Los Angeles invades enormoplexes across the country.

The psychotically sexy True Blood continues on FX at 10pm.

SATURDAY 12 MARCH

Catch up with what's happening on the front line of The Clone Wars at 10am and again at 5:30pm on Sky Movies Premiere.

Danger! Dinos! Jurassic Park is on ITV2 at 7:10pm.

2003 remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre slashes its way on to Film4 at 11:05pm.

SUNDAY 13 MARCH

Superhero comedy Mystery Men is on ITV4 at 4:40pm.

Continue your weekend of T-Rextasy with The Lost World: Jurassic Park on ITV2 at 5:35pm.

Tonight’s the last night of Being Human – will Mitchell catch that wolf-shaped bullet? Find out on BBC Three tonight at 9pm. We'll also have a few exclusive words from show creator Toby Whithouse here on SFX.co.uk directly after the episode airs.

Easily the best film adaptation of any Alan Moore book (not that the man himself was particularly enamoured with it), V For Vendetta is on BBC2 at 10pm.

Outcasts continues at 10:25 tonight on BBC One.