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What to watch on TV tonight: Thursday

This is the telly 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. 

Ireland’s Greatest Sporting Moment (RTÉ2, 10pm)

Des Cahill and Evanne Ní Chuilínn host a discussion of the most memorable Irish sporting moments from 1962 to 2012 – the winner will eventually be decided by the viewers.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here (TV3, 9pm)

How are the campmates getting on after Iain and Amir ate all their Dingo Dollars treats? Will they ever recover from this betrayal? We’ll find out tonight. #imaceleb

The Sex Robots Are Coming (Channel 4, 10pm)

Yet another fascinating documentary as part of Channel 4′s Rise of the Robots season. This one focuses on the growing sex robot industry, as well as the men who love them. #thesexrobotsarecoming

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Everybody’s talking about: Maniac

Emma Stone has been snapped on the set of her new Netflix show Maniac, created by True Detective season one’s Cary Fukunaga. The show is a comedy-fantasy-drama hybrid based on a Norwegian series about the fantasies of two patients in a psychiatric hospital.

The show also stars Jonah Hill, Sally Field, and Justin Theroux, and we should expect to see it next year – consider our interest piqued.

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Or flick over for…

  • The Late Late Toy Show Unwrapped (RTÉ One, 7pm) Go behind the scenes at the Toy Show before the big night.
  • Jeremy Kyle’s Emergency Room (3e, 8pm) For some reason, Jeremy Kyle is now helping people with medical issues. Enjoy.
  • Good Behaviour (Be3, 9pm) The drama series starring Downton’s Michelle Dockery continues.
  • Live At The Apollo (BBC2, 10pm) Sarah Pascoe presents comedy sets from Larry Dean and Gary Delaney.
  • David Brophy’s Choir of Ages (RTÉ One, 10.15pm) Pensioners and children come together to form an age-defying choir.

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