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What to watch on TV tonight: Wednesday

All the telly your mates will be talking about tomorrow.

DailyEdge.ie rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about today and talking about tomorrow.

The Apprentice (BBC One, 9.00pm)

New series. The business-based reality show returns, with 16 candidates hoping to scoop a £250,000 investment from Alan Sugar. The multimillionaire sends the fresh batch of hopefuls to Valletta – capital city of Malta – for their first task, with his trusted advisers Karren Brady and Claude Littner following their every move. Their task is to bag nine Maltese items for the lowest possible prices before reuniting back at the airport. One team quickly hits the road, but they are clearly on the wrong scent, while fiery personality clashes over negotiations soon rock the boat on the other team.

This Crowded House (RTÉ Two, 9.30pm)

New series. Brendan Courtney follows Irish families coping with adult children as they move out. He meets a 28-year-old teacher who moved back to her parents’ house two years ago.

Gogglebox Ireland (Virgin Media One, 9.00pm)

Deirdre O’Kane provides the voiceover as a selection of Irish telly addicts pass comment on the week’s programmes from the comfort of their living rooms.

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Everyone’s talking about: Olly Murs

The singer sought therapy after his a live blunder he made while hosting The X-Factor with Caroline Flack.

Speaking to the Evening Standard, the singer and TV presenter said at first he “laughed off” the mistake of prematurely announcing that contestant Monica Michael was going home, but the resulting press backlash was so bad he ended up in therapy.

“The papers didn’t laugh it off — they made a massive deal about it,” Olly explained. “The media attention, and the social media aspect, upset me the most.

They really tried to take me to the cleaners. They tried to make me lose my job over a silly, small mistake. And when I went back to singing, it made me overthink what I was doing: ‘I’m going to forget the lyrics, what I’m doing …’
So that was something I needed to speak to a therapist about. And I’m not scared to admit that — that’s the stigma that men have.”

(Digital Spy)

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Or flick over for…

  • The Supervet (Channel 4, 8.00pm) Noel Fitzpatrick faces one of his greatest practical and ethical challenges yet when he’s introduced to Hermes, a tortoise with only one good leg.
  • Hot Pursuit (RTÉ One, 9.35pm) Premiere. An uptight, accident prone police officer desperate to prove herself has to protect a gangster’s widow who has agreed to give evidence against a drug lord. Starring Reese Witherspoon and Sophia Vergara.
  • Hot Fuzz (ITV2, 9.00pm) An overly zealous, by-the-book London policeman is reassigned to a sleepy country village when a grisly series of so-called accidents gives him reason to suspect a strange conspiracy is afoot. 

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