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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

Here are the shows that will be on your Twitter timeline this evening.

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

The People v OJ Simpson (BBC Two, 9pm)

The show that’s causing a sensation Stateside finally comes to our shores tonight. The People v OJ Simpson is a drama about the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and OJ Simpson’s subsequent arrest, escape and trial. It’s dark, it’s witty and it’s incredibly tense — everything you could want from a television show. (Brace yourself for John Travolta.) #ThePeopleVOJSimpson

Vinyl (Sky Atlantic, 9pm) 

The highly anticipated music drama from Martin Scorcese and Mick Jagger debuts on Sky Atlantic tonight. The series stars Bobby Cannavale as a record label executive and features more 70s glitz and glamour than you can swing a cat at. #Vinyl 

Claire Byrne Live: Leaders Debate (RTÉ One, 9.35pm) 

Seven political leaders duke it out in tonight’s debate. Let us pray. #LeadersDebate 

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Everyone’s talking about… Game of Thrones

The world got its first look at the forthcoming season last night.

*SQUEAL*

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The series returns on April 24th. Stick it in the diary.

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Or switch over for…

  • Bridget and Eamon (RTÉ Two, 10pm) In which Bridget and Eamon discover The National Lottery. 
  • Jigs & Wigs: The Extreme World of Irish Dancing (BBC One, 10.45pm) EXTREME. 
  • The Not So Secret Lief of the Manic Depressive: 10 Years On (BBC One, 11.15pm) Stephen Fry discusses his experiences with bipolar disorder.
  • Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (Sky Atlantic, 11pm) The new series starts tonight.

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