Do you spend more time hopping through the channels and browsing Netflix than actually watching stuff? Then you're in luck.
Whether you have loads of plans for the long weekend or none at all, we've sifted through all the films and shows on telly to find the very best, when it's on and where…
FRIDAY APRIL 18
THE MTV MOVIE AWARDS 2014, MTV, 6PM
Another chance to catch this years MTV Movie Awards hosted by late-night ginger genius Conan O’Brian.
A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN 2, SKY 2, 8PM
Relive the funniest moments from James Cordon's sports panel show.
KING ARTHUR, WATCH, 9PM
Keira Knightley armed with a bow and arrow while essentially dressed in bits of rope? Oh go on then...
STEP BROTHERS, FIVER, 9PM
There's very little chance that we're ever going to get bored of this Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly comedy. The first time we watched it, we laughed so hard we fell off our dinosaur.
SATURDAY APRIL 19
FRIENDS WEEKEND MARATHON, COMEDY CENTRAL, 8AM
It wouldn't be a public holiday without 12 hours a day of Friends, broken up with a single episode of The Millers and a single episode of Two and a Half Men.
ONLY FOOLS AND HORSES, GOLD, 1.50PM
Get your nostalgia glands going (yes, that's a thing) with some proper classic telly.
MAN OF STEEL, SKY MOVIES HD PREMIERE, 8PM
The latest Superman effort is actually not bad at all. And with a cast including Russell Crowe, Michael Shannon and Kevin Costner, you're bound to be entertained.
SNAKES ON A PLANE, E4, 9PM
If you've never seen Samuel L Jackson in this absolute classic, give yourself a slap on the wrist and write a reminder on your forehead.
MAD MEN, SKY ATLANTIC, 9PM
Another chance to see the final season premiere.
THE STONE ROSES: MADE OF STONE, CHANNEL 4, 10.50PM
You don't have to be a fan of The Stone Roses to enjoy this documentary, directed by This Is England's Shane Meadows.
MATCH OF THE DAY, BBC1, 10:50PM
That being said, it does actually help if you've at least heard of The Stone Roses. There's always football to fall back on.
SUNDAY APRIL 20
CATFISH MARATHON, MTV, 10AM
Could you potentially spend a whole day watching people get hoodwinked on Facebook? Then you're all set.
LARA CROFT: TOMB RAIDER, SYFY, 5.10PM
Not only can you see Angelina Jolie step into Lara Croft's sexy boots, but you can also catch the sequel, Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life, right after at 7:20pm.
FARGO, CHANNEL 4, 9PM
Catch the first of this highly-anticipated 10-part series, adapted from the Coen brothers' Oscar-winning film of the same name. Martin Freeman and Billy Bob Thornton star.
JIMMY CARR - IN CONCERT, COMEDY CENTRAL, 11.20PM
Celebrate not having to get up early on Monday morning by LOLing your face off to this man.
MONDAY 21ST APRIL
STORAGE HUNTERS MARATHON, DAVE, 7AM
It's strangely, strangely addictive, this show. Basically, a load of Americans bid on disused storage lockers and they're all out to get each other. It's just insane, trashy brilliance.
DYNAMO: MISSION IMPOSSIBLE MARATHON, WATCH, 8AM
Waking up on a Bank Holiday Monday is almost like waking up on Christmas morning. So buy yourself some presents and watch the magic happen.
24 HOURS ON EARTH, BBC1, 7PM
OK, so it's not narrated by Sir David Attenborough, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy some ace nature telly. 24 Hours On Earth shows how the changing position of the sun affects the behaviour of animals and plants across our planet.
AMAZON'S RETAIL REVOLUTION, 9PM, BBC2
Discover the ultimate online retail success story of the internet giant.
GAME OF THRONES, EP 3, SKY 1, 9PM
Is there any other way to top off a long weekend?
MADE IN CHELSEA, E4, 10PM
Catch current FHM cover star Lucy Watson in her "scripted reality" show, even if you just watch it on mute.
ROCKY BALBOA, CHANNEL 5, 11PM
See the sixth instalment in the Rocky franchise and then, if you still don't want to go to bed, down a load of eggs and punch half a dead cow.
Words by Ally Sinyard and Sean Cronin.