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What to watch on TV tonight: Thursday

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

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

The Young Offenders (RTÉ 2, 9,30pm)

During a trip to replace their much-loved family fridge, Conor, Mairead and Jock reflect on the importance of family connections.

Weinstein: The Inside Story (BBC One, 9pm)

In the days leading up to the 90th Academy Awards, Panorama detail the circumstances that precipitated Harvey Weinstein’s spectacular downfall.

Young Sheldon (E4, 8.30pm)

The second in the series, Sheldon – at the behest of his mother – makes use of a self-help book in order to form friendships with other children.


Everyone’s talking about: Operation Transformation

One of the most emotional of the season so far, the five leaders took on the Phoenix Park run, and left Twitter in absolute tatters as they got ever closer to their goals.

And yes, we were crying. So, sue us.


Or flick over for…

  • Autopsy: The Last Hours of Marilyn Monroe (be3, 11.30pm)
    The death of screen siren, Marilyn Monroe, sent shockwaves throughout the entertainment industry in 1962. 56 years on, forensic pathologist, Dr Richard Shepherd, examines the events leading up to her demise.
  • Serial Killers with Piers Morgan (UTV, 9pm)
    Tonight’s episode sees Piers interview Lorenzo Gilyard, who was convicted of killing six people between 1977 and 1993. Gilyard has always maintained his innocence.
  • CelebAbility (3e, 10pm)
    In a gameshow hosted by Iain Stirlling, Keith Duffy, Megan McKenna and Ola Jordan pit their wits against a panel of their friends in a series of challenges.
  • Celebs Go Dating: The Finale (E4, 9pm)
    Will Sam and Gemma decide to go for it? And which celebrity will opt to fly solo in the final episode of the season?


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