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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

The TV everyone will be talking about tomorrow.
Jan 2nd 2018, 12:31 PM 6,858 1 rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow. 

Being AP (RTE 2, 9.30pm)

This documentary examines jockey AP McCoy, following him as he reaches a turning point in his career. Will he break records with his number of victories, or will he feel the pressure to retire?

Celebrity Big Brother, Year of the Woman (3e, 9pm)

If Big Brother is your bag, this year’s is going to be extremely interesting. The housemates, to begin with, are one hundred percent women. Rumoured housemates include Kardashian pal Malika Haqq, transgender newsreader India Willoughby, Tory MP Charlotte Leslie, Sinittia, Made in Chelsea’s Louise Thompson, and ex-Corrie star Shobna Gulati aka Sunita. If that’s not enough, we might also see Michaella McCollum AND Wayne Rooney’s car girl, Laura Simpson. Please, bring on the ‘but who are the celebrities?’ jokes.

Celebrity Home of the Year (RTE 1, 9.35pm)

TV presenter Eoghan McDermott, Lorraine Keane, Mike Ross, Senator David Norris, and writer Melissa Hill let us into their homes in an attempt to be named the Celeb Home of the Year.


Everybody’s talking about… Game of Thrones

GoT was named the most pirated show of 2017. The show was named by TorrentFreak as the most torrented show for the sixth year running, beating the likes of The Walking Dead and The Flash who came in second and third.

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As Game of Thrones is on hiatus until 2019, we’ll have a different winner next year for a change.


Or flick over for…

Senior Moments (RTÉ 1, 8.30pm) A comedy show with seniors.

Prince, The Last Year of a Legend (Channel 4, 10pm) In case you missed this look back at the musician’s life.

Black Mirror (On the ‘Flix) TV has truly gone to shit again.

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