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What to watch on TV tonight: Friday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

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

Trumbo (RTÉ 2, 9.35 pm)

Brian Cranston stars in the biopic of the famous Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo. In the 1940s he was jailed and put on a blacklist due to his left-wing political views. When he was released he kept writing under a variety of false names, gaining great success at the time and leading people to ask what the hell is the point of the blacklist at all?

Celebrity Big Brother Live Eviction (3e, 9pm)

It’s been a week of drama and controversy which accusations of fake tears and a border wall challenge that raised more than a few eyebrows. Tonight sees the first live eviction from the house. Who will bite the dust first?

Naked Attraction (Channel 4, 10pm)

It’s a new series of the show where instead of judging people by their looks, we judge them by their bits instead. Because nothing says romance like deciding if you should ride them by looking at their bits. Anyway first up is 20-year-old virgin Josh who wants a fairy-tale princess to take his virginity. Meanwhile, Matt and Mary want to try polymorphy and so are looking for a third person to join their relationship.

Everyone’s talking about… Dr Alex becoming Good Morning Britain’s new daytime doctor

It seems that Dr Alex has managed to shake off the image of being a bit of a dope and bag himself a new gig. Next week he’ll be taking the reins as Good Morning Britain’s daytime doctor for the week.

Alex is very excited about the whole thing and says he wants to use his platform to inform people about everyday health topics.

I really hope that I can use the platform I have to talk about things that are topical and effect people in everyday life. Particularly things relevant to younger generations, sexual health and mental health, body image – these are all kind of topics that I’d like to discuss and talk to young people about.”

Maybe he could get onto the boss of Love Island and dispute his claim that casting only sexy people helps fight childhood obesity?

Or flick over for…

  • The Inbetweeners 2 (E4, 9pm) The lads are back and this time they’re off to join Jay in Australia since it’s so good. Or so he claims anyway.
  • Brendan O’Connor’s Time Out (RTÉ 1, 9.35pm) This week Brendan chats to actor Michael Harding about the death of his mother and leaving the priesthood.

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