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What to watch on TV tonight: Friday

Here’s the telly that everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

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

Les Miserables (RTE 2, 9.25PM)

2012 musical drama starring Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman. The lives of a former prisoner and a poverty-stricken factory worker become intertwined when they find themselves in an uprising.

Gogglebox (Channel 4, 9pm)

As ferocious weather conditions batter the UK, the gang of Goggleboxers share their thoughts and opinions on a variety of TV shows.

Autopsy: The Last Hours of Robin Williams (be3, 12am)

More than three years after the death of Robin Williams, forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd examines the circumstances leading up to the death of one of the world’s best-loved actors and comedians.

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Everyone’s talking about: The Young Offenders

There was no doubt that last week’s episode was an absolute tearjerker, but this week’s one wasn’t far off that.

While on an excursion in Conor’s father’s memory, the story which played out between the lads, Mairead, a farmer, Jock’s father and an innocent duck  left viewers pretty emotional.

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Or flick over for…

  • The Late Late Show (RTÉ One, 9.35pm)
    Join Ryan Tubridy and guests for an evening of chat and music as one of the most chaotic weeks in recent history draws to a close.
  • Kiss The Girls (TV3, 9pm)
    A 1997 thriller starring Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd.  A serial killer is stalking female students on a university campus, and a forensic psychologist, whose niece has disappeared, defies law enforcement to bring him to justice.
  • Room 101 (BBC One, 11.35pm)
    Frank Skinner is joined by comedian Phil Wang, actor Stephen Mangan and comedian and comedy writer Holly Walsh ,who are only too eager to condemn certain things to Room 101.
  • Masterchef (BBC One, 7.30pm)
    As the six heat winners battle it out to be crowned MasterChef Champion 2018, tonight’s episode proves they need to go above and beyond to impress their critics.

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