Including another Steve Jobs biopic and the final return of the El Dude BrothersMore
Not to be confused with Jobs, the 2013 biopic starring Ashton Kutcher that nobody saw, Steve Jobs follows Apple's head honcho (played by Michael Fassbender) during the launch of three products over a two-decade period.
Danny Boyle is on director duties and on good form - his imprint is a highlight - as is Fassbender, who takes on the role of the egotistical, misanthropic visionary with the gusto we've come to expect.
To enjoy this you really need to be a fan of screenwriter Aaron Sorkin (The West Wing, Facebook drama The Social Network), as his trademark, dialogue-heavy script leaps out of the screen as thick and fast as ever. Fortunately, the supporting cast (Kate Winslet, Michael Stuhlbarg) are all up to the task.
Steve Jobs is released on 13 November
A jewel heist thriller starring John Hurt and Samantha Morton from the co-writer of This Is England; if new Sky Atlantic series The Last Panthers isn't yet on your radar, now's the time to make plans to clear your Thursday evening.
Jack Thorne's Carré-esque trilingual thriller tracks Morton's loss adjuster Naomi, who is tasked with recovering stolen diamonds following a European heist conducted by a shady racket consisting of gangsters and bankers.
It's taken a while but now seems to be Thorne's time – with a string of credits also including Shameless, Skins and the adapted West End production of vampire tale Let The Right One In, the 36-year-old Bristolian has a new Channel 4 drama lined up (titled National Treasure) as well as duties on the hugely-anticipated production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, both arriving in 2016.
Not sold on The Last Panthers yet? The fact David Bowie's recorded an original theme song for the show should see to that.
The Last Panthers airs on Sky Atlantic from 12 November