If you're reaching peak 'Love Island' fever or wondering what to watch now that the football is over, the BBC have some crackin' shows on the way.

One of the most anticipated is their upcoming adaptation of Victor Hugo's 'Les Miserables', where there won't be a song to be heard - which may be music to some people's ears.

The drama will feature an all-star cast including Dominic West as Jean Valjean, David Oyelowo as his nemesis Javert, Lily Collins as Fantine, and Olivia Colman and Adeel Akhtar as Mrs and Mr Thénardier.

The six-part adaptation has been written by Andrew Davies and the BBC promises to "faithfully bring to life the vibrant and engaging characters, the spectacular and authentic imagery and, above all, the incredible yet accessible story that was Hugo's lifework".

Davies, who wrote the BBC's incredibly successful 1995 adaptation of Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice' and its recent version of Leo Tolstoy's 'War and Peace', has said previously that he thought that the 'Les Miserables' musical "was a travesty".

We're looking forward to seeing what he does with it. Here's your first look at Valjean, Fantine, and Javert:

Other shows on the agenda for the BBC are new seasons of 'Killing Eve' and 'Luther', as well as the much anticipated 'Doctor Who' with Jodie Whittaker in the role as the iconic Timelord.

Also on the way is 'Gentleman Jack' starring Surranne Jones, 'Bodyguard' starring Richard Madden, as well as 'The ABC Murders', 'The Cry', 'The Little Drummer Girl', 'The Long Song', 'The War of the Worlds', and 'Wanderlust'.

Take a sneak-peak at some of them below:

No air dates have been revealed for any of the above yet but we will keep you posted.