It's the age-old dilemma: what to put on TV in the evenings.

With so many options at our fingertips, choosing a show that ticks all the boxes is no mean feat.

Thankfully, you, our readers, have come to rescue, offering some great TV picks that are currently causing a lot of talk.

We asked News Shopper readers on Facebook 'What's the best show on TV right now?' and these are the shows that everyone was most excited about.

Call the Midwife - BBC One

'Call the Midwife,' mentioned by readers including Angie Winchester and Ann Walker, is the heart-warming tale of midwives navigating the changing times in 50s and 60s London.

In a sign that the show has struck a deep chord with viewers, Angie's 'Call the Midwife' comments got the most reaction on Facebook.

The most recent episode features a beach day out - filmed during Storm Agnes.

Trigger Point - ITV

Vicky McClure commands the screen in 'Trigger Point,' a high-stakes thriller following London bomb disposal experts.

With the most mentions on Facebook from south east Londoners, 'Trigger Point' takes the top spot for best show on TV at the moment.

Deemed a must-watch by our readers, such as Julia MacLoughlin and Val-Eddie Hillier, the series starts with an investigation of a potential bomb factory in a London housing estate.

Silent Witness - BBC One

South east Londoners, including Jo Mills, named 'Silent Witness' as their favourite show, a gripping series where forensic pathologists grapple with personal and professional challenges.

Now on its 27th series, the audience's fascination with the show is likely down to its complex characters and great storyline.

Finders Keepers - Channel 5 

A Channel 5 drama rounds off the list - a top choice for readers such as Frances Sproule and Terry Abbott.

The show follows two metal detectorists, who unearth a huge hoard of Saxon gold and soon find themselves in grave danger.

The drama is on its first series and stars Neil Morrissey, James Buckley and Fay Ripley.

With this winning compilation, our evenings are set to be sorted.