If you're unlucky enough not to get paid until the end of this week llike most of us sorry souls, then the television set will be your best friend until Friday.
Luckily there's more than enough to keep you entertained this week. Let's take a look!
21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards
RTÉ Two, 7.20pm
The SAG Awards took place last night in LA, and if you weren't committed enough to stay up all night to watch a live stream, worry not as you can catch the best parts tonight – including Emma Stone's internet-winning facial expressions…
The Perks of Being A Wallflower
This 2012 coming-of-age film based on Stephen Chbosky's novel of the same name is sweet, touching and will speak to anyone who struggled with their identity as a teenager.
PJ Gallagher's Stage Fright: Reality Bites
RTÉ Two, 9pm
Comedian PJ Gallagher has battled stage fright and anxiety in secret for more than a decade, and has decided now is the time to either overcome his phobia or give up life on stage for good.
Sky Atlantic, 9pm
Fortitude is one of the most talked about upcoming series of this year, and it kicks off tonight with a drama-packed premiere. An isolated village in the Arctic Circle is rocked by a murder, causing the townspeople to question if they are as safe as they once thought.
The Graham Norton Show
BBC One, 10.35pm
Judi Dench and Dev Patel will be chatting to Graham about their upcoming film The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, with Swedish music duo First Aid Kit performing on the night too.