The Week In Sci-Fi

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MONDAY 1 AUGUST

Johnny Depp tracks down the devil's diary in The Ninth Gate, 9pm on Channel 5.

Missed it last week? Then kick your week off with a Torchwood Miracle Day catch-up on BBC Two at 11:20pm.

TUESDAY 2 AUGUST

Sanctuary continues over on Watch at 9pm.

Mind out! Falling Skies is on FX at 9pm.

And finally, if neither of those float your boat, there's Smallville , E4 at 9pm.

WEDNESDAY 3 AUGUST

Get yourself down to Forbidden Planet’s Shaftesbury Avenue story for 6pm if you want to catch Simon Spurrier signing copies of his new novel A Serpent Uncoiled.

Electra hits the big screen, and is, well, a little underwhelming in truth. Film4 9pm

There's more from those Winchester chaps in Supernatural, Sky Living from 10pm.

THURSDAY 4 AUGUST

The Cape continues his doomed first season on Syfy at 9pm.

Woof! Teen Wolf is on Sky Living tonight at 8pm.

Warehouse 13 returns to our screens as season three gets its UK debut on Syfy at 9pm.

Torchwood: Miracle Day continues over on BBC One (and in lovely HD) at 9pm.

FRIDAY 5 AUGUST

JJ Abrams and Steven Spielberg – it’s a match made in heaven, and if our Rich is to believed, it’s resulted in the film of the summer. Super 8 arrives in cinemas today.

Meet the team behind Doctor Who Adventures, who will explain how the magazine is produced down at the Doctor Who Experience in London.

Medium continues over on Sky Living at 9pm.

There's Futurama for all on Sky One at 8pm.

SATURDAY 6 AUGUST

Harry is pulled into the Tri-Wizard Tournament, and it's curtains for Cedric in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire, ITV1 at 6:10pm.

The latest episode of Camelot is on Channel Four at 9pm.

Ang Lee’s take on The Hulk smashes on to Sky 1 at 9pm.

Alan Moore isn’t exactly a fan, but Zack Snyder’s Watchmen adaptation deconstructs superheroes tonight on Channel 4 at 10pm regardless.

SUNDAY 7 AUGUST

Peter Cushing takes on the role of the Doctor in 1965 film outing Doctor Who And The Daleks, on Watch at 11:20am.

Dragons, magic and Jeremy Irons are the order of the day in Eragon, Channel 4 at 4.25pm.

Will Smith returns to hunt the alien menace in Men In Black 2, Channel 5 at 7:15pm.