BEST MONSTER MASH-UP; TV CHOICE.
However, the discussions about whether the newcomers are a match for George, Nina and John will have to wait because there are some serious storylines to resolve first.
For a start, the Old Ones have arrived and are determined to conquer the world - and Cutler's plans to stand in their way don't go quite how he had anticipated.
At this rate, surviving original character Annie may also be wondering whether she should bow out as she faces an almost impossible decision, knowing the fate of humanity rests on the outcome.
If it's any consolation though, Tom and Hal are cooking up their own plot to destroy the vampires, providing they can break free of the influence of the bloodsucker's leader Mr Snow (Mark Gatiss).
BEST FACT BASED DRAMA My Murder (BBC Three, Monday, 9pm) * John Boyega is one of the brightest new stars of his generation, whose memorable turn in Attack the Block last year proved he was destined for big things.
This factual drama is also rather gripping. It tells the true story of Shakilus Townsend, a 16-year-old lad who was led to his death by 15-year-old Samantha, who he thought was his girlfriend, in a murder which became known as the honey trap killing.
The drama examines how the lives of the three young people collide with shocking consequences, and charts how Samantha's lies lead Shakilus into the deadly world of her gang-leader boyfriend, Danny.
It also features the real-life testimony of Shakilus' mother, Nicola.