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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

Here’s the telly that everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

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

Sixty Days in Jail (Channel 4, 10.25pm)

This new series sees eight volunteers go undercover as inmates in an Indiana jail. Their aim is to help Sheriff Jamey Noel discover how inmates are getting contraband into the facility.

Star Trek (e4, 7.30pm)

The 2009 reboot starring Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto as the iconic James T Kirk and Spock. The trainee crew of the starship Enterprise head off on their maiden flight.

Today at Wimbledon (BBC 2, 8.30pm)

The day’s tennis action, in one happy little package.

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Everybody’s talking about… the Jersey Shore reunion

CABS ARE HERE.

The show that started it all is coming back!

Loving these girls forever ❤ #myfamily #bestfriendsforever #rideordiebitches #truefriends #realbitches

A post shared by Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi (@snooki) on

Yes, all your faves, JWOW, Snooki, Pauly D, Vinnie and The Situation and er, all the rest, will be back on our screens in no time. Here’s everything we know so far.

In other TV news, Rory Cowan has quit Mrs Brown’s Boys.

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Or flick over for…

Love Island (3e, 9pm) Catch up on all the action, and pray for the new girl as she faces Amber’s wrath.

Vlogglebox (e4, 10pm) You people watch and give their opinion on viral videos.

Mini Monet Millionaire (BBC 1, 7.30pm) A look at the life of 14-year-old painter Kieron Williamson and how he’s worth £2 million after starting his career at six.

How to Retire at 40 (Channel 4, 8.30pm) Documentary looking at the ways some ingenious people discovered how to retire early.

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