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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

Here are the shows that will be on your Twitter timeline this evening.

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

Maia Dunphy’s The Truth About Childbirth (RTÉ 2, 10pm)

The TV presenter is back on our screens, but instead of finding out what women want, she’s getting through her preparation and anxieties she feels before she gave birth to her first child.

My Transgender Kid (Channel 4, 10pm)

This new documentary follows some of Britain and the States’ youngest transgender people and their families as they face the decisions and challenges that involves being born in the wrong gender.

Empire (e4, 9pm)

The must-see series is back, charting the lives of the Empire mogul Lucious Lyon and the feuds within his family to become the new CEO of the booming record company. With Lucious in jail, where does the company go now? And what will Cookie wear?


Everyone is talking about… Tom Jones

Tom Jones went on a serious rant against the BBC, saying that they can go f**k themselves after dumping him as a judge on talent show The Voice.

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The singer has been replaced by Boy George, and he told The Sunday Times that he doesn’t give a f**k.

I enjoyed it, but if they don’t want me any more, they can go f**k themselves.

Damn, Tom.


Or flick over for…

Homeland (RTE 2, 9pm) A new series of the heartstopping drama begins tonight.

The Nine O’Clock News and Weather (RTÉ 1, 9pm) JUST to see if they sorted out all last night’s tech ‘mare.

Educating Cardiff (Channel 4, 9pm) Check in with the students and staff in Cardiff.

Chewing Gum (e4, 10pm) A new comedy series about a religious 24-year-old with a outlandish view of English estate life.

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