The first episode of Will Young's drama series Bedlam leads the Sky Thursdays' line-up this week (April 4th).
Penned by a team of ex-Hollyoaks writers, the show - which airs at 8pm on Freeview channel 11 - is Sky Living's first-ever British drama commission.
The paranormal series is set in Bedlam Heights, an apartment block converted from a pre-Victorian lunatic asylum.
When new residents move in, it stirs up the spirits of former inmates. Soon enough, they come back to reclaim the property.
Before Bedlam, at 7pm, viewers have the chance to check out the first episode of Ashley Banjo's Secret Street Crew.
The street dancer - leader of dance troupe Diversity and a judge on Got to Dance - is on a mission to get the nation moving.
In this new show, Ashley takes some of Britain's unlikeliest performers under his wing, and attempts to transform them into slick, street-dancing stars.
At 9pm, Sky Thursdays' viewers are able to enjoy episode one of Parkinson: Masterclass, where the legendary talk show host interviews Jamie Cullum.
The jazz performer made his TV debut on BBC's Parkinson in 2003, and since then has gone on to win a string of awards and sell millions of records around the world.
With five studio albums under his belt, he is reunited with Sir Michael on Sky Arts as the first guest of his new show.
At 10pm, viewers can tune into the second episode of British black comedy Mad Dogs, which stars John Simm, Marc Warren, Max Beesley and Philip Glenister.
The quartet have been friends since sixth form, and now in their 40s, are reunited with fifth gang member Alvo at his Majorcan villa.
However, the trip does not go entirely to plan - as the friends find themselves entangled in a web of deception and murder.