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DAILYEDGE.IE ROUNDS UP the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.
The Late Late Show (RTÉ One, 9.35pm)
Brian O’Driscoll is on tonight to talk about Ireland’s chances in the Six Nations – he’ll be joined by Michaela Morley, the young fan he had a lovely meeting with in hospital. Singer Paloma Faith will also be on, along with Dancing With The Stars’ Bernard O’Shea and Anna Geary. #latelate
The Graham Norton Show (BBC1, 11.35pm)
The star power is maybe not as blinding on tonight’s show, but we won’t complain. Will.i.am, Imelda Staunton and Cuba Gooding Jr are on the couch, with George Ezra providing the music. #grahamnorton
Requiem (BBC1, 9pm)
This new supernatural drama sounds pretty gripping. A woman’s life is turned upside down following her mothers suicide, leading her to a Welsh village where a toddler disappeared in 1994. What will she discover there? #requiem
Everybody’s talking about: The Grey’s Anatomy spin off
Did YOU know there was one? Anyway. It’s called Station 19, and follows a group of firefighters working down the road from Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.
It looks dramatic AF, and Meredith Grey makes an appearance! Sure to delight fans of the original series.
Or flick over for…
- Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast (Channel 4, 8pm) Johnny Vegas cooks up a storm with the two chefs.
- Celebrity Big Brother Final (3e, 9pm) It’s haaaappeniiiiing. Drag queen Courtney Act is the favourite to win, and we will riot if she doesn’t.
- Natwest 6 Nations Special (TV3, 10pm) Joe Molloy, Ronan O’Gara and the lads look ahead to the tournament, which starts tomorrow.
- Tropic Thunder (RTÉ2, 10pm) Ben Stiller and Robert Downey Jr star in this film-about-a-film that goes terribly wrong.
- We’re The Millers (RTÉ One, 12am) Jason Sudeikis creates a fake family with Jennifer Aniston to pull off a drug deal.