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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

Here’s the telly that everyone will be talking about tomorrow. rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow. 

Love Island: The Live Final (3e, 9pm)

Tonight’s the night where we’ll see which couple go the distance – to a £50,000 prize to be exact – and who was just indulging in a summer romance. Fingers crossed for a last minute recoupling between Chris and Kem.

Game Of Thrones (Sky Atlantic, 9pm)

Daenerys looks set to receive an “unexpected visitor” in the second episode of the last ever series. Odds on it being Jon Snow looking for his dragon glass?

Side Effects (TG4, 9.30pm)

Side Effects is a medical thriller starring Jude Law, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Rooney Mara about a psychologist who’s assigned to a troubled young woman who’s testing a new type of antidepressant.

Everybody’s talking about… Michael Phelps racing a great white shark

Well, kind of.

To kick off Discovery’s Shark Week, the most successful Olympian of all time swam a 100m stretch of warm Bahamas water in 38.1 seconds but lost out by two seconds to a great white shark swimming the same course.


Turns out, however, that Phelps was actually competing against a computer-generated image of a shark based on a projection of its speed.

Not as cool when you say it like that though, is it?

Or flick over for…

Ripper Street (BBC2, 9pm) This is the last episode of the series ever. *sob*

Maigret’s Dead Man (RTE One, 9:35pm) Rowan Atkinson is far removed from his Mr Bean character in this crime feature-length.

Nadiya’s British Food Adventure (BBC Two, 8:30pm) A classic bakewell tart is on the menu with the most wholesome GBBO winner to grace our screens.

Peter Kay’s Comedy Shuffle (BBC One, 11:10pm) A good throwback of comedy sketches from the man himself.

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