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What to watch on TV tonight: Sunday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

Image: ITV rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.

Thor (e4, 6.45pm)

If you’re sick of sport, switch over to e4 for some mindless Marvel fun. Chris Hemsworth stars as the Norse God. When Thor is banished to earth as punishment, he must live among the humans and hide his special powers. When his brother Loki puts his new home at risk, it’s time to be a hero.

Meet The Fockers (RTE 1, 9.30pm)

Ben Stiller stars in this perfect Sunday night movie about a groom-to-be who has to take his tough-to-win-over in laws to visit his strange parents. It shouldn’t work, but the cast of Still, De Niro, Hoffman and Barbra Streisand make it work.

Love Island (3e, 9pm)

Things are getting all happy and pleasant in the villa, aka we’re getting bored. Tonight, a new girl is going in to attempt to stir things up, and she’s the rumoured girlfriend of former contestant Chris Hughes. Will Stephanie Lam break up one of the happy couples? Maybe.


Everyone’s talking about… This unaired Love Island bit

Eh, why did the producers of Love Island leave this clip out of the main show? Best part of the series.


Or flick over for…

Love Island After Sun (3e, 10pm) After all the exits this week, it’s bound to be a juicy one.

The Handmaid’s Tale (Channel 4, 9pm) This is now a reality show.

Changeling (TV 3, 9pm) Angelina Jolie stars in this movie about a mother who has her missing son returned to her but suspects it’s not him.

The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan (BBC 2, 9pm) The comedian explores Albania.

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