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What to watch on TV tonight: Friday

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.

The Graham Norton Show (BBC One, 11.05pm)

It’s a jam packed show this week with Usain Bolt joining Graham to talk about taking part in Soccer Aid. Channing Tatum is also on the couch to talk about Magic Mike Live and Florence and the Machine will be performing too. What a line up.

The Crystal Maze: Celebrity Special (Channel 4, 9pm)

It’s a new series of the reboot hosted by Richard Ayoade as a bunch of celebrities run around the maze trying to get crystals. This week Olympic stars Kelly Holmes and Greg Rutherford as well as Jorgie Porter, internet superstar Alfie Deyes and grime MC Big Narstie. We’re all watching for Richard anyway.

The Town (TV3, 9pm)

Ben Affleck, Rebecca Hall and Jeremy Renner star in this crime drama where Ben takes Rebecca hostage during a bank robbery. He later finds out that she actually lives in the same neighnourhood as him which isn’t ideal. The FBI are closing in so he must befriend her so she can’t identify him but he ends up falling in love with her instead. There’s a lot going on here.

Everyone’s talking about… The new Queer Eye Trailer

June 15th can’t come quick enough but to tide us over until the premiere of season 2, Queer Eye have very kindly released a new trailer for the upcoming season.

Source: Netflix/YouTube

It’s already hitting us right in the feels with a lot of emotional make overs and increased diversity too. Also the Fab 5 are going to making over a woman which gets them very excited indeed. Roll on season 2!

Or flick over for…

  • Love Island (TV3, 9pm) It’s a big night as they are re-coupling. Who will be loved up and who will be left on their own?
  • Bend It Like Beckham (UTV, 10.45pm) A girl has to hide her love for football from her strict parents but then a semi professional offers a place on the team and it all goes a bit haywire.
  • The Impossible (RTÉ 1, 9.35pm) Drama based on the 2004 tsunami where a family become separated and try to reconnect after the disaster.

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