As we witness a golden age in TV drama, Aer Lingus offers engaging choices with boxsets of Fargo, The Walking Dead and Mad Men on offer, as well as multiple episodes from the brand new series, The Knick and a return to fan favourites, Boardwalk Empire and The Wire.
Modern Family first hit our screens in 2010, and has become somewhat of a cultural defining series. Now, with four consecutive Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series and a Golden Globe for Best Comedy TV Series, Modern Family returns with Season 6. Two episodes are available on board your Aer Lingus flight.
Those with a more anarchic sense of humour might appreciate two new episodes of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Also on board are multiple episodes of New Girl, The Big Bang Theory, Girls and Togetherness.
Our human senses are pretty incredible - but we only see, hear and smell a tiny fraction of what's out there. Tune into Super Senses to explore the extraordinary sense of smell that some animals possess.
Also available on board are Bullit, which features an exclusive look at the public and private personal of classical pianist, Yuja Wang, National Geographic's Megafactories and Cosmos: A Space Odyssey, hosted by astrophysicist, Neil DeGrasse Tyson. For more on Ireland and Irish culture, tune into Building Ireland, which follows the construction of Waterford's port, or Tracks and Trails featuring novelist and broadcast Manchán Magan.
Soccer fans shouldn't miss 250 Great Goals, which brings a selection of some of the finest goals scored over the last couple of decades, including a stunning free kick from Paul Gascoigne in the 1991 FA semi-cup final and Lionel Messi scoring an amazing goal against Getafe in 2007.
Also on board are Ultimate Rush (a must-watch for extreme sports fans!), The Fast Lane for those with an interest in motorsport, and HSBC: Golfing World 2015.
This month, Bloomberg's Erik Schatzer sits down with Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell for an exclusive interview. Also from Bloomberg are Eye to Eye, featuring fashion icon, Margerita Missoni, Inside, which profiles mega-company, LinkedIn, and a one-off televised version of the World Economic Forum in Tianjin.
Meanwhile, EuroNews bring us Business Planet, Real Economy and Science - all of which cast a cold eye over economics, technology and scientific developments.
Enjoy highlights of the Big Apple as John Fitzpatrick, CEO of Fitzpatrick Hotels North America, invites us to explore his quintessentially Irish hotel and his version of New York in the TV short, Fitzpatrick Hotels New York. For more on Irish culture, food and music, tune into Other Voices, Kitchen Hero with Donal Skehan and The Meaning of Life, in which Irish broadcasting veteran Gay Byrne interviews Stephen Fry.
In this month's episode of Young Hollywood's The Evolution Of..., we delve into the lives of the Modern Family cast, including Sofia Vergara, Ty Burrell and more. Also available are Pawn Stars, The Art Of Graffiti, Project Runways All Stars and Jamie's Comfort Food.
Kids will surely enjoy Learn To Draw - an educational drawing show, presented by energetic international cartoonist Øistein Kristiansen, that demonstrates new techniques and gives inspiration to get kids drawing!
Fans of Learn to Draw may also enjoy charming animated series Pip Ahoy! or an imaginative episode of Rocka-Bye Island. Teens may be more inclined to view and enjoy Austin and Ally, a sitcom about a young internet celebrity or Marvel's Avengers Assemble starring some much-loved comic characters.