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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

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

Legally Blonde (RTÉ Two, 9.20pm)

A seemingly dizzy teenager is heartbroken when her boyfriend dumps her because he thinks she is not intelligent enough to help his political career. To prove him wrong she enrols at Harvard, but finds herself out of her depth as other students do their best to humiliate her. Comedy, starring Reese Witherspoon, Luke Wilson, Selma Blair, Matthew Davis and Victor Garber.

Lego Masters (Channel 4, 8.00pm)

If you’re looking for something to fill the Great British Bake Off-shaped hole in your heart, this could be just the thing. Melvin Odoom presents a fresh run of the contest to find Britain’s best amateur Lego builders, as teams aged nine and up are given access to a room full of the tiny bricks. They are challenged to come up with all manner of builds to put their creativity, construction skills and imaginations to the test. Design executive Matthew Ashton returns to assess their efforts and is joined by new regular judge, engineer Fran Scott, First the eight teams must construct 1.3m-long bridges, with no prior planning, over which Melvin will be driving a weighted remote-controlled dumper truck.

I’ll Get This (BBC Two, 10.00pm)

A new series which raises the question: “Rich People and Television: Have We Gone Too Far?” An eclectic mix of five celebrities go out for dinner together. When they arrive at the restaurant, they must place their bank card in the centre of the table. As the food is served and the drinks flow, they play a series of fun and revealing games, and if they win a game, they can retrieve their card. The person whose card remains at the end of the evening must pick up the bill for the whole group. Taking part in the first edition are Rylan Clark-Neal, Ed Gamble, Carol Vorderman, Ellie Taylor and Anton Du Beke.


Everyone’s talking about: The last ever Big Brother

Host Emma Willis bid an emotional fair to the reality series.

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“To all of the Big Brother housemates who’ve taken part of the last 18 years and to all of you at home, whether you’ve been here for the long haul or you’ve recently climbed on board with us, without you, we’d never have lasted for 18 years,” she said during last night’s final.

Most of all, thank you to Big Brother for being the best big brother to me. Like any sibling, you made me laugh uncontrollably, scream in frustration and weep with sadness and joy.”


Or flick over for…

  • Masterchef: The Professionals (BBC Two, 8.00pm) New series. Gregg Wallace, Monica Galetti and Marcus Wareing search for the UK’s most exciting cooking talent of 2018. 
  • The Deuce (Sky Atlantic, 9.00pm) As Red Hot premieres, Candy, Harvey and Frankie get caught between competing investors. Last in the series.
  • School (BBC Two, 9.00pm) New series. Cameras follow events at three secondary schools – Marlwood, The Castle, and Mangotsfield, all part of a large Multi-Academy Trust in South Gloucestershire.

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