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What to watch on TV tonight: Sunday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

DailyEdge.ie rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.

Acceptable Risk (RTE 1, 9.30pm)

This new six-part series is getting some fierce buzz. When a man is found dead in Montreal, his wife finds herself under suspicion as the investigation brings some new things to light. Angeline Ball and Elaine Cassidy star.

Ladies Football Finals 2017 (RTE 2, 8.30pm)

Highlights of the big show down between Dublin and Mayo in Croke Park. There will also be coverage of the intermediate final between Tipp and Tyrone, and the Juniors, Derry v Fermanagh.

The Commitments (TV 3, 9pm)

Is this TV 3 shade to RTE’s new series? Angeline Ball is all over the place. Either way, who doesn’t think The Commitments will ease all your Sunday fear? You’re wrong.

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Everybody’s talking about… Rev. Richard Cole’s entrance on Strictly Come Dancing

Rev Richard Coles has been dubbed the new Ed Balls after his first Strictly entrance on the series debut last night.

He came down from the ceiling on a cloud.

Click here if you can’t see the video.

If that wasn’t enough, he danced to There Must Be an Angel.

Holy, indeed.

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Or flick over for…

The X Factor (TV 3, 8pm) We can’t wait for the voiceover guy to enter.

The Jonathan Ross Show (3e, 9pm) It’s back! Tonight, Lewis Hamilton, Mel Brooks, and Russell Brand are in the house.

The Child in Time (BBC 1, 9pm) A new drama about the life of author Stephen Lewis when his daughter went missing. Benedict Cumberbatch stars.

Bobby Sands, 66 Days (BBC 2, 9pm) A documentary about Bobby Sands’ hunger strike.

The Grand Budapest Hotel (Channel 4, 11.05pm) Wes Anderson’s delightful comedy.

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