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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

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

Living with Lucy (Virgin Media One, 9pm) 

The weirdly intriguing series is back. This week, Lucy is livin’ with country singer Nathan Carter in his hometown of Liverpool. Will he give us a rendition of Wagon Wheel? Absolutely. 

Our Lives in Property, Oxmantown Road (RTE 1, 9.35pm)

We all know we can’t afford houses, so make yourself feel a little more useless with this documentary about residents of the Oxmantown Road in Stoneybatter. Oh, how things have changed. 

The Town (Virigin Media One, 10pm) 

A new series following a year in the life of Ireland’s fastest growing town. This is bound to be a charming watch. For anyone at EP over the weekend, the Town is Portlaoise so you might feel a bit victimised.  

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Everyone is talking about… Roxanne Pallet’s eviction from the Big Brother House 

Not familiar with Roxanne Pallet, or why everyone is discussing her? We can help, head over here

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Or flick over for…  

Celebrity Big Brother (Virgin Media Two, 9pm) Another celeb will be evicted. 

Killing Eve (RTE 2, 9.30pm) The drama series continues. 

Drinkers Like Me, Adrian Chiles (BBC 2, 11.15pm) The broadcaster examines his relationship with drink, and why he drinks almost every day.  

Married to a Paedophile (Channel 4, 9pm) A documentary focusing on the families of paedophiles and how they cope with the revelations.

First Dates Abroad (e4, 10pm) Ireland is up tonight of course. 

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