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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

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

Image: TV3

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

Lisa Cannon: Presenter to Powerlifter (TV3, 8pm)

The details of the Xposé presenter’s journey to the Powerlifting Championships will finally be revealed tonight. Cannon spent months honing her body for the competition – will her gruelling training regime pay off? We’re at the edge of our seats.

MasterChef Ireland (RTÉ One, 8pm)

We’re into the quarter finals of the cookery competition and there are six contestants left in the ring. The challenge this episode? Take charge of the Michelin-star restaurant at the Cliff House Hotel, Waterford. #MasterChefIreland

Dogging Tales (Channel 4, 10.15pm)

Award-winning photographer Leo Maguire meets the couples who have sex in front of strangers in this documentary. Why do they do it? How does it impact their lives? We’re expecting to find out. #DoggingTales

Trending: #MadeInChelsea

binky Source: Channel 4

The second episode of the SEVENTH SEASON (!) of the constructed reality show was surprisingly the most-tweeted about TV show last night – it trounced Game of Thrones by about 35,000 tweets. This episode mostly centred around the fact that a person called Alex might be cheating on a person called Binky (above). So now.

Or switch over for…

  • Grey’s Anatomy (RTÉ Two, 9pm) The long-running hospital drama continues. 
  • New Worlds (Channel 4, 9pm) Third episode of the historical drama, starring Jamie Dornan.
  • The Kidnapping of Shergar (TV3, 9pm) Documentary on the great Irish mystery of the missing racehorse.
  • Twin Towns (Sky 1, 9pm) New series – two families from the UK and the US swap lives for a week.
  • Independence Day (E4, 7.30pm) Film. Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum kick some alien butt.

More: Did you spot the marriage proposal on Republic of Telly last night?>

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