However, that's not to say there's no Olympics-related telly fun for those of you out there without an interest in sport. Just look at our dedicated Games TV highlights, which includes Ab Fab, Matt Smith in Burt and Dickie and plenty of footage of Tom Daley in Speedos. For the rest of this week's greatest telly moments, read on below...
Suburgatory: Monday (July 23) at 8.30pm on E4/Tuesday (July 24) at 9.30pm on E4
Last week's TV picks was so full crammed full of goodness that we didn't have room to give a shout-out to Suburgatory, our new favourite US telly import. But don't worry - there's another chance to catch the premiere, in which concerned New Yorker George Altman (Jeremy Sisto) moves to a Stepford Wives-esque neighbourhood with his teenage daughter (Jane Levy), before episode two 'The Barbecue' airs. The location may, like, totally suck, but Subrgatory certainly doesn't.
Watch the trailer for Suburgatory below:
Arena: Amy Winehouse - The Day She Came To Dingle: Monday (July 23) at 10pm on BBC Four
This Monday marks the first anniversary of Amy Winehouse's death and BBC Four are paying tribute by replaying this documentary about one of the late musician's more special gigs. Arena tells the story of the 'Back to Black' singer's unique acoustic performance on Irish TV show Other Voices, filmed at a church in the remote town of Dingle. Through interviews with some of the average people she met that day, this wonderful show strips away the grimy details of Amy's troubles and celebrates the pure, loving person underneath.
Watch Amy Winehouse perform 'Love Is A Losing Game' in Dingle below:
Line of Duty: Tuesday (July 24) at 9pm on BBC Two
Gates is on the run in this week's edition of Line of Duty, and by the end of the hour he'll be running off screen altogether, as this is the last instalment (for now) of the BBC's tense police thriller. Lennie James's naughty protagonist may be getting a little desperate, but luckily the anti-corruption team is coming apart at the seams as Arnott (Martin Compston) questions Fleming's (Vicky McClure) dedication to the case. With a synopsis like that, Line of Duty promises to be jaw-dropping until the very end.
Watch a trailer for Line of Duty below:
The Angel: Tuesday (July 24) at 8pm on Sky1
Missing The Apprentice? Chomping at the bit for the return of Dragons' Den? Well, then maybe you should give Sky1's brand new and entirely original business competition The Angel a go. Mobile phone mogul John Caudwell is the man looking to step into Lord Sugar's shoes, and while the artist formely known as Siralun wastes no time getting rid of somebody for grumbling at having to run around London selling sausages, the USP of The Angel is that Caudwell happily invests £100,000 into an unknown business based entirely on how much he likes the person behind it. The potential disasters that could arise from The Angel (coincidentally, Amanda Byram is presenting) makes this our guilty pleasure of the week!
Watch John Caudwell speak about the The Angel below:
Superstar: Wednesday (July 25) at 9pm on ITV1
It may have only just arrived and perhaps it was a bit of a... well... flop, but Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber's contest comes to a close tonight with one lucky man winning the title role in the upcoming Jesus Christ Superstar arena tour. Host Amanda Holden is on hand to shriek the results of the final public vote, while judges Mel C, Dawn French and Jason Donovan will be there to offer commiserations to the losers and congratulate the winner. A dressing room next to the aforementioned Spice Girl, Tim Minchin and Chris Moyles awaits your favourite Jesus... anyone fancy getting us tickets?
Watch a promo for the Jesus Christ Superstar tour below:
What are you looking forward to watching this week? Let us know below!