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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

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

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

The Snapper (be3, 11.30pm)

No St. Patrick’s Day weekend would be complete without at least one Roddy Doyle-inspired movie. It’s time to revisit the Rabbittes as they try to come to terms with their teenager daughter’s pregnancy.

Don’t Tell the Bride (RTÉ 2, 9.30pm)

There’s going to be a wedding-shaped hole in our hearts for the foreseeable future as tonight’s episode brings the season to a close. Will groom-to-be, David, finish the season with a flourish or will his winter wonderland wedding fail to impress his fianceé, Charlotte?

Ted 2 (RTÉ One, 9.30pm)

Starring Mark Wahlberg and Amanda Seyfried, the 2015 sequel sees Ted at the centre of a legal battle as John fights to get his best friend recognised as a person in the eyes of the law.


Everybody’s talking about… Dancing With the Stars

Last night saw Erin McGregor’s DWTS journey come to an end, as Anna Geary, Deirdre O’Kane and Jake Carter moved on to next week’s final without her.


The fitness instructor, who endured some harsh criticism during her 11-week stint on the show, gave an emotional speech in the aftermath, urging viewers to show courage in the face of adversity.

I got a lot of slack at the start and there was moments where I thought I couldn’t keep going, and this competition has given me a realisation that I have a stronger strength in meself than I even believed. So anyone at home that wants to chase their dream, you go out and do it and never, ever give up. No matter what anyone says.

Twitter was full of praise for Erin, with former contestant, Maia Dunphy, quick to commiserate.


Or flick over for…

  • Ireland’s Got Talent (TV3, 8pm)
    It’s the first of the semi-finals, and tension is hotting up as contestants battle it out for a €50,000 prize.
  • One Killer Punch (Channel 4, 11.05pm)
    Detailing three isolated incidents, this programme examines the catastrophic impact one single punch can have on the human body.
  • St Patrick’s Festival Highlights (RTÉ One, 6pm)
    A look at the festivals and events which were held around the country in honour of St Patrick’s Day last Saturday.
  • Gypsy Kids (3e, 9pm)
    The first episode in a new series, this programme takes a look at childhood in the travelling community, with Oliver, Sylvanna and Margaret giving viewers an insight into the challenges they face.

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