|David Morrissey in the intriguing The City And The City|
With the arrival of Supergirl back on Sky One this week, our full complement of DC superhero shows are back in their rightful place (with an assist from Black Lightning and iZombie on Netflix), but that's not all that will be keeping me entertained next month.
The four-episode adaptation of China Miéville's The City And The City, starring David Morrissey, begins on Friday, April 6, and you can read more about it here on the BBC press site.
Before that, another interesting new show begins on Channel 4 on Monday, April 2: Kiss Me First, which appears to be a virtual reality-centric drama (timed nicely to coincide with the big screen release of Ready Player One).
Meanwhile, the sublime time travel caper Timeless returns on April 4, on E4.
E4 is also home to Gotham now, with season four airing from April 10 (Channel 5 showed the first two seasons, but with that channel's usual dreadful treatment of its shows, season three was never shown, and the now the show has jumped channels - leaving a huge gap in its continuity for those who didn't pick up the DVD release of season three).
Adding to the comic book fun, Marvel's Runaways is coming to SyFy on April 18.
But before that, one of the greatest shows of last year, Legion, returns to Fox on April 17, with its second season.
Talking of great shows with second seasons, Westworld is back - on Sky Atlantic - on April 23.
And if that wasn't enough, in May, Humans returns to Channel 4 for its third season.