As winter draws closer, we are looking forward to spending cosy nights in wrapped up on the sofa in front of the television.
You will be glad to hear that while you will be indulging in a little bit of R&R this upcoming Autumn and Winter, RTE will be providing hours of entertainment with a huge selection of new series, shows, and documentaries.
Set to hit screens in the upcoming months are a whole range of new dramas, comedies, crimes, and factual shows, ensuring that there is something for everyone in the house!
This autumn sees the return of Claire Byrne Live and Prime Time with more live studio debate while the bite-sized digital series Explained by Prime Time will also be back giving you clear information on key current affairs issues to watch whenever and wherever you want.
Other family favourites such as First Dates and The Young Offenders will also be back on our screens just in time for the colder months.
Doireann Garrihy will also be returning with her show The Doireann Project following a hugely successful first season. On the show, Doireann will be bringing even more Irish celebrities to life with her comedy sketch series.
Keith Barry is set to bring us a brand new show, The Keith Barry Experience where guests such as Laura Whitmore, Rosie Connolly and Ken Doherty will watch the magaician attempt stunts including an attempt at a death defying escape from a straight jacket whilst suspended upside down from a crane.
Those in need of a drama fix, brand new series Dublin Murders, Dead still, and South Westerlies will make their debut next season, all of which will follow dark and gripping storylines, sure to keep viewers sitting on the edge of their seats,
Check out all the snaps of the launch here: