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What to watch on TV tonight: Saturday

This is the telly that everyone will be talking about tomorrow.
Aug 11th 2018, 5:00 PM 4,496 0 rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.

Money Monster (RTE 1, 9.20pm)

George Clooney and Julia Roberts star in this movie about a TV host and his producer who are taken hostage by a man who lost everything by following their financial advice. The hostage situation goes out live on air, as they get to know their captor and begin to figure out that he is the victim of a larger conspiracy.

Jaws (RTE 2, 11pm)

If you’re sick of all this The Meg hype, discover the real inspiration behind the massive shark attack movie. Jaws. One of Spielberg’s finest.

The Inbetweeners Movie (e4, 9pm)

Yes, another movie. Slim pickings tonight, folks. This one is slightly more lighthearted, and is guaranteed to get a laugh. The lads go on their first holiday to Crete, and obviously everything goes wrong.


Everyone’s talking about… The massive newborn on Fair City

So, any lovers of Fair City will know that Kerri-Anne gave birth this week to a healthy baby girl, Samantha.

SO healthy, is Samantha, that she appears to be eating solids already.

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Viewers couldn’t get over the size of the newborn.




Or switch over for…

RDS Horseshow (RTE 2, 9.20pm) All the highlights hosted by Tracy Piggott.

Love Island Australia (3e, 9pm) Get your Love Island fix before it’s too late and it’s winter again.

Batman Begins (3e, 11.10pm) Christian Bale, Cillian Murphy, and Liam Neeson all star in Christopher Nolan’s first Batman.

Sylvia Plath, Life Inside the Bell Jar (BBC 2, 9pm) If you enjoyed her work in any shape or form while studying for the Leaving Cert, you’ll enjoy this documentary.

The Saturday Game (RTE 2, 4.15pm) All the live action between Dublin and Galway.

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