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What to watch on TV tonight: Wednesday

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.  

Women’s Rugby World Cup (RTE 2, 6.30pm)

It’s finally here. Can Ireland take the title on home soil? This evening, they take on Australia. C’mon you girls in green!

Going Clear, Scientology and the Prison of Belief Sky (Atlantic, 9pm)

The extremely controversial Alex Gibney documentary gets a screening tonight. He profiles eight former members of the Church of Scientology as he examines the rise and Hollywood appeal of the church.

Leap Year (RTE 2, 9.30pm)

Who doesn’t love Leap Year? Amy Adams arrives into a green field which is apparently Ireland, after she’s stranded on her way to Dublin to propose to her fella in Dublin. Why doesn’t she just get a bus there? Who knows. Expect bad Irish accents, but endless entertainment.

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Everyone is talking about… Alex and Montana from Love Island

The two have split less than a month after they left the villa, and we’re not surprised really.

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Perhaps the most juicy part is that Montana Brown throwing Alex completely under the bus, saying it was HIM that changed.

‘He hasn’t been the same since coming out of the villa’.

OUCH.

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Or flick over for…

My Family, Partition and Me, India 1947 (BBC 1, 9pm) Two part documentary examining the impact the Partition of India had on families.

Long Lost Family (TV 3, 9pm) A new series of the emotional show.

Animal Rescue Live, Supervet Special (Channel 4, 8pm) Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick continues with his live shows.

The Lost Boys (SyFy, 9pm) Horror comedy about a group of young vampires.

 

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