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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

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

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

The Addams Family (Film Four, 7.05pm) is the absolutely brilliant 1991 film starring Anjelica Huston, Raul Julia and Cristina Ricci. Dark comedy with a creepy edge, the family find themselves the target of a man who claims to be a long-lost relative. Nostalgia-tastic. #theaddamsfamily

Quads – Our First Year (UTV, 11.05pm) charts the progress of Julian and Sharon Turner, proud parents of IVF-conceived quadruplets. This documentary follows them during their first 12 months of parenthood. Puts it all in perspective, really, eh? #itvquads

Fair City (RTE One, 8pm) gets a new family tonight, with the O’Briens moving into Carrigstown. Yvonne Doyle is a classic spanner in the works with the new arrivals, but let’s hope they settle in well. Or not, it is soap-land after all… #faircity

Everybody is talking about: #X Factor

Simon Cowell has announced that the fourth and final X Factor judge will be announced at some point this week. This follows on from the news that Cheryl Cole will return to the panel – alongside old-time Irish representative Louis Walsh, of course. Cowell added that it’s “going to be a girl”.

WHO WILL IT BE? Answers on a postcard, please.

sorry-not Source: ITV

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Or switch over for…

  • The Vampire Diaries (TG4, 12.50am) is on super late tonight, if you’re really committed to the whole vampire thing.
  • Penny Dreadful (Sky Atlantic 9pm) continues, with even more Dublin sets to be spotted. Getting into its stride, too.
  • A Question of Sport (BBC One, 11.05pm) with former boxing champ Barry McGuigan, weightlifter Zoe Smith and more.
  • Location, Location, Loation (Channel 4, 8pm) looks at returning UK ex-pats, if you’re not sick of the constant property chat yet.
  • Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents (3e, 9pm) gets our vote for most original TV show name since Ex On The Beach last month.

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