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What to watch on TV tonight: Wednesday

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.  

I’m Dying Up Here (Sky Atlantic, 10.10pm)

This new comedy is set in the 1970s and follows a group of young comics in Los Angeles as they navigate their way through the comedy scene and try to land a spot on The Tonight Show. It stars  Melissa Leo, Ari Graynor and Alfred Molina among others. Did we mention it’s co-produced by Jim Carrey?

Celebrity Masterchef (BBC One, 8pm)

This season of Celebrity Masterchef promises to be a good ‘un with famous faces like Rachel Stevens, Ulrika Jonsson, Debbie McGee, Rebecca Adlington and Vic Reeves donning aprons in a bid to be crowned Celebrity Masterchef.

No More Boys and Girls: Can Our Kids Do Gender Free? (BBC Two, 9pm)

This provocative documentary explores what happens when you treat a classroom of seven year olds as “gender netural” and challenge perceptions about the difference between men and women.

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Everyone’s talking about… Ozark

The acclaimed Netflix drama starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney has been picked up for a second season.

REJOICE!

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Or flick over for…

  • Champions League Live (RTÉ 2, 7pm) Celtic play Astana for a place in the Champions League group stages.
  • Playing Straight: Reality Bites (RTÉ 2, 10.30pm) A repeat of Stephen Byrne’s documentary about homophobia in soccer.
  • Saving Lives At Sea (BBC Two, 8pm) A documentary about the lifesaving work performed by the RNLI.
  • Child Genius (Channel 4, 8pm) Tonight the baby geniuses face off in the history rounds. Ooh.

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