Outlander (Lionsgate+, from Fri)

It's not quite all over yet, but it soon will be - this is the penultimate season of the time-hopping romantic drama which has become a worldwide phenomenon. Lionsgate is splitting it in two, with the rest due to appear later in the year. The story picks up immediately after the harrowing events of series six, which ended with Jamie and Young Ian desperately trying to rescue Claire before she could be wrongly convicted for Malva Christie's murder - a task made more difficult by the start of the American Revolution. Now, Jamie and his family face more problems due to the war, and they need to adapt to survive. Unfortunately, that means leaving North Carolina and making decisions that could tear the clan apart. Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan star.

The Full Monty (Disney+, from Wed)

Believe it or not, it's 26 years since the tale of stripping former steelworkers from Sheffield took the movie world by storm. All those who worked on the original Full Monty movie hoped it would be a success, but couldn't possibly have predicted how massive it would become. Now they're returning for an eight-part spin-off series in which fans will find out what's happened to Gaz, Lomper, Gerald, Dave, Horse and Guy since they put their kit back on. They're all still residing in the city, but are finding it difficult to keep up with how everything around them is changing. They're helped - or hindered - by some new faces, including Gaz's teenage daughter Destiny. But it's the main players we really care about. Can they find a place in the modern world? We're about to have fun finding out.

Black Mirror (Netflix, from Thu)

At long last, the eagerly awaited sixth season of Charlie Brooker's much-admired dark anthology series is here. Brooker himself has written the first four, and co-wrote the fifth with Bisha K Ali, a comedian and writer who also created the Ms Marvel series for Disney. The run begins with Joan is Awful, about an ordinary woman who discovers her mundane life has been turned into a major drama in which she's played by none other than Salma Hayek. The final tale is Demon 79; set in northern England in 1979, it follows the fortunes of a meek shop assistant who must carry out despicable acts in order to avert a disaster. In between are several more weird and wonderful stories, with casts including Michael Cera, John Hannah, Aaron Paul and Paapa Essiedu.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (Paramount+, from Thu)

Gene Roddenberry couldn't possibly have foreseen how popular Star Trek would become when he first dreamed up the TV adventures of Captain James T Kirk and co. He'd probably be stunned to see how many sequels and spin-offs have been made since he passed away in 1991 at the age of 70. The most recent of these - Strange New Worlds - is back for its second run. For the uninitiated, the action takes place a decade before the events of the original programme and follows the fortunes of Captain Christopher Pike and the rest of the USS Enterprise crew as they continue their exploration of previously unknown galaxies. Anson Mount, Ethan Peck and Rebecca Romijn once again take the lead roles of Pike, Spock and Number One. A third series has already been commissioned.

The Grand Tour: Eurocrash (Prime, from Fri)

Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are getting back behind the wheel for another run of their motoring/adventure show. The press release about the programme claims it features the trio's biggest challenge yet as they head out on a European trip of a lifetime. They're embarking on a 1,400-mile journey in some extraordinary classic cars that begins in Gdansk in Poland and ends in Slovenia after travelling through Slovakia and Hungary. Along the way they are 'attacked' by archers, receive help from a famous racing driver and sample Formula 1 driving, Soviet-style. The entire shebang then ends in a Fast and Furious-inspired finale. And if you're left wanting more, don't worry, the boys recently finished filming their next escapade in Mauritania.