Here are this week's daily TV highlights from NOW TV's Entertainment Channels.
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We've picked a daily highlight for you to enjoy each day this week – on top of the many on demand shows and boxsets you can already watch.
MONDAY 31 JULY
Game of Thrones, 9pm, Sky Atlantic
The end is approaching. War is coming. The greatest battles lie ahead in the seventh season of George RR Martin's fantasy epic as winter finally arrives. And the dead with it. In this week’s new episode The Queen's Justice, Daenerys holds court and Cersei returns a gift. Contains strong language and violent scenes.
TUESDAY 1 August
Kevin and Perry Go Large, 9pm, Comedy Central UK
When Kevin (Harry Enfield) and Perry manage to stop a bank robbery, they're given a sizable cash reward and decide to go on holiday to Ibiza, desperately hoping to lose their virginity! (2000).
WEDNESDAY 2 August
Elementary, Season 1, Episode 1, 8pm, Sky Living
Classic detective series Sherlock Holmes gets a US twist as Jonny Lee Miller plays the iconic sleuth in modern-day New York. Lucy Liu is Dr Joan Watson. (S1, ep 1)
THURSDAY 3 August
Riviera, 9pm, Sky Atlantic
Georgina must join forces with an unlikely ally when she receives a threat from a stranger. Christos's rehab goes well, but a new relationship put him in danger. (S1, ep 8).
FRIDAY 4 August
Isle of MTV 2017 Highlights, 9pm, MTV
MTV brings you highlights from the superb Isle of MTV 2017 recorded live at Il Fosos Square, Malta, featuring performances from Raye, Jonas Blue, DNCE and a DJ set from Chainsmokers.
SATURDAY 5 August
Cambridge Folk Festival - Live, 9pm, Sky Arts
New. Mark Radcliffe and Julie Fowlis present the best action from the 2017 Cambridge Folk Festival at Cherry Hinton Hall, with backstage interviews and exclusive acoustic sessions.
SUNDAY 6 August
Ross Kemp's Extreme World, 9pm, Sky 1
New. Ross heads deep into Madagascar's bandit lands as he investigates how organised and murderous cattle rustling gangs have villagers living in fear.
Not sure on our choices? There are loads of shows you can enjoy on demand from all of the channels listed above and more, including itv encore, FOX and ABC Studios.