Our pick of this week's TV Catch Up
Welcome to our round-up of the week's highlights on our TV Catch Up service. On Catch Up you can keep up with all your favourite shows - and anything you might have missed - on BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Five and more.
Pick of the week is Channel 4's Camelot, which aims for a new spin on Arthurian legend. A rather naughty spin, to be honest, but as well as saucy witches and flashes of medieval violence, there are star performances from Joseph Fiennes as a dashing Merlin, former Bond girl Eva Green as that sorceress Morgan and Jamie Campbell Bower - fresh out of the Twilight movies - as Arthur himself. Don't miss. Catch up with Camelot
The last seven days saw the finale of the second season of Glee, in which our dysfunctional singing crew headed up to New York to compete in the hallowed Nationals. With Mr Schue hankering after a Broadway career on the side, there were fireworks galore to see the latest run off in style. If you've managed to avoid the results, there's still time to get on board. Catch up with Glee
Heartwarming stuff over on ITV1, where the Fisherman's Friends were profiled. In a galoshes-to-riches tale, these singers were local fishermen in Cornwall's Port Isaac before their collective way with a tune (tuna?) was discovered and, extraordinarily, they ended up signing a £1 million recording contract. Would fame and fortune change them? Catch up with Fisherman's Friends
If you thought Britain's Got Talent was a touch on the unhinged side, you need a dose of America's Got Talent, just gearing up on ITV2. For a start, the judges feature Piers Morgan and Sharon Osbourne, so expect sparks and catty one-liners, then there's the great American public to admire. Whether they can match us for limb-twisting bodypoppers or performing dogs remains to be seen. Catch up with America's Got Talent
And you're probably aware the second series of Luther is underway on BBC One, but if you didn't watch it, rectify that immediately. The Wire's Idris Elba is mesmerising as the loose-cannon police inspector, and the serial killer storyline is absolutely terrifying. The second episode is tomorrow night (Tuesday 21), so don't waste a second. Catch up with Luther