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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

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

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

Say Yes to the Dress Ireland (RTE 2, 9.35pm)

The second episode of our very own Irish SYTTD airs tonight.Will it be a sad as last weeks? Hopefully not. Franc meets an Italian bride-to-be, and a woman buying a dress for her mam. G’luck with that.

First Dates (Channel 4, 10pm)

Sorry, still addicted. It’s just perfect Monday night chill TV. Tonight, we meet laboratory engineer Daniel who dates a lingerie designer. Rugby player Ross meets 6’3 firefighter Nikki, and seriously, I’m already opening the wine.

My Week As a Muslim (Channel 4, 9pm)

Who in Channel 4 thought this was a good idea? A white woman is transformed via makeup and prosthetics to give her the appearance of a Muslim woman. Katie spends a week living with Saima in the Pakistani Muslim community in Manchester, so she can experience what it’s like to live like Saima. This is bound to be all over your timeline later.


Everybody’s talking about… Sean and Conor Price

The Wicklow lads have made it through to the live shows on the X Factor! It was a bit touch and go after their not-so-brilliant bootcamp performance, but the guys were chosen by Simon Cowell to represent him in the groups category.

Here’s the moment they found out they were through:

Source: The X Factor UK/YouTube


Or flick over for…

Made in Chelsea (e4, 9pm) Rah rah!

The Rehab (TV 3, 9pm) Docu series following residents of the Coolmine clinic.

Salon Confidential (RTE 2, 10pm) More clients turn up to the salon to find solutions to all of their life problems, plus get a haircut.

Elizabeth I’s Secret Agents (BBC 2, 9pm) Documentary featuring reconstructions of how spys and secret agents prevented the assassination of Elizabeth I for more than 40 years.

The Walking Dead (FOX, 9pm) The drama returns.

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