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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

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

Claire Byrne Live Referendum Special (RTÉ One, 9.35pm)

Claire Byrne will be moderating a debate between leading spokespeople from both sides of the campaign. There will also be questions from a live studio audience. Given we’re less than 2 weeks from the referendum, this looks set to be one of the biggest events of the campaign so far.

Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope (RTÉ 2, 9.30pm)

If you’d like something a little less tense, Stefanie Preissner’s series continues with Danielle throwing a party and also a tantrum (we’ve all been there) in Vancouver. Meanwhile Ryan asks Aisling to accompany him on a business trip, leading Aisling to question what his feelings are towards her.

Catching a Killer: A Knock at the Door (Channel 4, 9:00pm)

This documentary which was filmed over the course of a year follows Thames Valley Police as they investigate the murder of 64 year old Hang Yin Leung in January 2017. It will focus on both the investigation and examine how this British-Chinese family deal with a murder. It promises to be both emotional and intriguing.

Everyone’s talking about: Love Island winning a BAFTA.

It’s official, Love Island is now a BAFTA winning series having won Best Reality and Constructed Factual show last night. It beat The Real Full Monty, Celebrity Hunted and Old People’s Home for Four Year Olds so the competition wasn’t exactly stiff but sure a BAFTA is a BAFTA.

Poor old Caroline Flack tripped over her dress as she went to accept the award but she recovered and that’s all that matters. The show will be making a return for it’s 4th series in the coming weeks so we now have to greet it with much more respect than we did before.

Or flick over for…

  • Westworld (Sky Atlantic, 9.00pm) The sci-fi drama continues.
  • Innocent (TV3, 9.00pm) New drama series where a man is acquitted on a technicality having spent 7 years in prison for his wife’s murder and vows revenge on those that put him there as well as finding the real killer and getting his kids back.
  • Heart Transplant: A Chance to Live (BBC Two, 9.00pm) Documentary following 7 patients as they wait to get a heart transplant in Newcastle.

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