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What to watch on TV tonight: Sunday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

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

The Snapper (Virgin Media One, 9pm)

Yes, it’s problematic, but yes, as an Irish person you’re obliged to watch it every time it’s on TV. Blame Virgin Media One here. Roddy Doyle’s story of young Sharon Curley getting pregnant by her creepy neighbour.

Who Do You Think You Are? (RTE 1, 9.30pm)

Adrian Dunbar is up this week. The actor looks back at his Catholic family as they lived in a predominantly Protestant town. 

London Has Fallen (RTE 2, 9pm)

Looking for some action of a Sunday night? Gerard Butler stars in this movie about world leaders fathering in London for the funeral of the British Prime Minister. It’s all a trap, with a terrorist planning an attack on them all. The only people who can stop them are the President of the United States and the secret service. Wonder who wrote this? Were they American?  

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Or flick over for… 

The X Factor (Virgin Media One, 8pm) The boys go through judges houses. 

Celebs Go Dating (e4, 9pm) A brand new series featuring loads of Love Islanders going on dates with randomers. 

Finding Joy (RTE 1, 10.45pm) If you missed it during the week. 

Blood (Virgin Media One, 10.55pm) The new Irish drama about a woman’s quest to find out what really happened to her mother, continues.

Now You See Me 2 (Channel 4, 9pm) The illusionists are back. 

The Fault In Our Stars (Channel 4, 11.35pm) Two young cancer patients fall in love, so bring the tissues. 

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