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What to watch on TV this weekend

This is the telly everyone will be talking about this weekend.
Oct 27th 2018, 12:31 PM 3,276 0

DailyEdge.ie rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about today and talking about this weekend.

Saturday 

Interstellar (RTE 2, 9.05pm) Earth has been destroyed by an environment catastrophe and is left inevitably unable to support human life. A former astronaut is recruited to carry out a mission that involves piloting the last remaining spacecraft through a wormhole in an attempt to find another planet that can support the human race. 

The X Factor (Virgin Media One, 8.35pm) We all know we’re only watching it to see how young Brendan gets on. 

Strictly Come Dancing (BBC 1, 6.50pm) Check back in with the dancers as they attempt to avoid the chop tomorrow. 

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Sunday 

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The Boy Next Door (Virgin Media One, 10pm) This is a thriller about an erotic affair that turns violent. A teacher hooks up with her younger neighbour and eventually decides it was a bad idea. He doesn’t think so. 

Ireland’s Fittest Family (RTE 1, 7.30pm) The show returns with Kathryn Thomas at the helm. Sit back with your curry and watch families do assault courses for fun. 

Blood (Virgin Media One, 11.50pm) The thriller continues. 

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Or flick over for… 

Presidential Election (RTE 1, 8.05pm) Live coverage of the results. 

Transformers Dark Side of the Moon (Channel 4, 7pm) If you want to do this to yourself. 

Celebrity Juice (Virgin Media Two, 10pm) A Halloween special. 

The Ray D’Arcy Show (RTE 1,  9.45pm) A range of guests from RTE join Ray on RTE. 

Sunday 

At Your Service (RTE 1, 9.30pm) Frances helps a club fix up their house. 

The X Factor Results (Virgin Media One, 9pm) Another one bites the dust. 

First Dates (e4, 12.05am) If you missed it during the week. 

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