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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

All of the TV you’ll be talking about tomorrow.

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

Katie (RTÉ One, 10.15pm)

If you didn’t catch it in the cinema, now’s your chance. Documentary following Irish boxer Katie Taylor during 2016, when she stepped away from the amateur arena she had dominated for years and moved into the professional ranks.

Catastrophe (Channel 4, 10.00pm)

Rob’s newly religious sister Sidney (Michaela Watkins) visits from the US, and a child’s accident at school reveals a surprising teacher-pupil rapport to Sharon. Fran invites Sharon to see her son up close in his revealing new play, while Chris introduces his own guest – his new girlfriend. 

Is This Sexual Harrassment? (BBC One, 10.45pm)

Social experiment hosted by journalist and presenter Ben Zand. 2018 saw the downfall of a series of famous men following allegations of sexual harassment. The issue has never received so much media attention, but the debate about what is and isn’t appropriate in the workplace continues. What constitutes sexual harassment? To find out, 20 people between the ages of 18 and 30 are brought together to see if they understand the rules of behaviour in the workplace. They watch a specially written drama telling the story of the professional relationship between a man and woman that ends with an accusation of sexual harassment. At each stage, the group are given the opportunity to vote on the behaviour displayed and if it is offensive or unwanted, before voting if they believe it constitutes sexual harassment. They also hear from people who have been affected by sexual harassment, including a false accusation. The group also hears from a barrister, who answers the question posed by the drama.

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Everyone’s talking about: The Fyre Festival documentary


But which one though? As Netflix gears up to drop its documentary on the luxury super festival gone wrong, Hulu only went and decided to drop its own Fyre Fest documentary, Fyre Fraud. Admirable level of pettiness there.

The “true crime comedy” includes interviews with whistleblowers, ticket-holders and festival co-founder Billy McFarland, who has since been convicted of fraud and sentenced to six years in prison. 

You can’t get Hulu in Ireland, so you probably won’t be able to watch this beyond some nefarious links on the internet. However, if you can hold off, Netflix is dropping Fyre on 18 January.

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Or flick over for …

  • The River (Channel 4, 10.35pm) Norwegian crime drama set in a town on the Russian border where Cold War tensions still simmer.
  • Orange Is The New Black (TG4, 10.30pm) For those who can’t be arsed paying for Netflix, the series is starting from the beginning tonight.
  • Vera (Virgin Media One, 9.00pm) New series. The detective investigates the murder of a trainee forensic psychologist, whose body has been dumped in a landfill site.

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