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What to watch on TV tonight: Wednesday

Here are the shows that’ll be on your Twitter timeline later.

Lovely telly.
Lovely telly.
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EVERY WEEKDAY lunchtime, DailyEdge.ie rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.

Nadia Goes to Hollywood (3e, 9pm)

Irish sweetheart (their words, not ours) Nadia Forde heads to Hollywood to find her fortune as a singer. She records her first single and video and “panic starts to set in when Nadia realises that her music track will not be ready ahead of her first music video and her dancers have been fired”. Gripping stuff. #NadiaGoesToHollywood 

Irish Lives: My Extra Chromosome & Me (Tv3, 9pm) 

This episode of the documentary series follows teenager Laura, six-year-old Maeve and 46-year-old Joe , who are living with Down Syndrome. It focuses on the hurdles they face, their quest for independence, and their remarkable achievements.

Crazy, Stupid Love (RTE One, 9.35pm)

Ryan Gosling topless. Emma Stone being adorable. Steve Carrell being Steve Carrell. Need we say more? #CrazyStupidLove #RyanGoslingTopless

Trending: An anguished cry in Eastenders

Last night everyone was talking about Lucy Beale’s murder and her father Ian’s devastating reaction in Eastenders.

Many tears were shed and now the hunt for her killer gets underway.

But what about Ian’s cry face?


Or switch over for…

  • Masterchef (BBC One 8pm) The two burglars Gregg and John put another six wannabees through their paces
  • How to Get a Council House (Ch4, 9pm) Following people affected by the UK’s growing housing crisis
  • Jamaica Inn (BBC One, 9pm) The past two nights of this have been plagued with sound and visual issues. Might be worth tuning in for a gawk
  • My Cousin Vinny (3e, 10pm) Joe Pesci, Marissa Tomei and some “youths” in flying form
  • Derek (Ch4, 10pm) Ricky Gervais’ polarising comedy series is back

Amy Poehler running through New York wearing a mask is essential viewing>

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