The clocks are going back this weekend and as much as you'd hate to admit it, summer is over and it's never coming back. On the bright side, they can take our long evenings but can never take our cosy nights in.
Graham Norton and Ryan Tubridy are both well settled into the new seasons of their respective chat shows and tonight there are treats in store for fans of Game Of Thrones as well as Games Of Throw-Ins. That line will pay off later, stay with us.
There will be a Westeros reunion on the BBC as Jason Momoa and Emilia Clarke join Graham on the red sofa. Momoa will be talking about starring in the new Apple TV drama See, while Clarke will be discussing her role in the much-anticipated festive romcom Last Christmas. The pair will be scooching down for Watchmen star Regina King, comedian Ross Noble and singer Camila Cabello.
Over on RTÉ, Tubbers will be chatting to Bernard Brogan in the wake of the Dublin GAA legend's retirement announcement yesterday. TV personality Paddy Smyth will be speaking about winning Channel 4 reality show The Circle, while some of the teenagers from the national broadcaster's Raised By The Village programme will also be appearing.
Mary Manning will be talking about her ordeal at the hands of her rapist stepfather, in a story that bears harrowing hallmarks to the Josef Fritzl case in Austria.
Long-distance runner Sinead Diver, photographer Paul Kelly and Wild Youth complete this week's Late Late line-up and there will also be a performance from the West End cast of Mamma Mia.
Plenty to us glued to our screens, that's for sure. You can catch The Late Late Show from 9.35pm on RTÉ One and The Graham Norton Show on BBC One from 11.05pm.