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What To Watch On TV Tonight: Tuesday

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

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

Psychobitches (Sky Arts 1, 9pm) 

The conceit of Psychobitches is simple: a shrink sits down and chats with a wide range of historical figures, all hilariously played by the crème de la crème of UK comedy talent. The series returned for its second season last week and featured the likes of Jack Whitehall, Sharon Horgan and Kathy Burke. It returns tonight for the third episode and promises to be as silly/whimsical as ever.

Bressie’s Teenage Kicks (RTÉ 2, 10pm)

This new series sees Bressie attempt to form a band comprised of youngsters hailing from Limerick City. In tonight’s episode, he holds auditions for the group. Let’s see how that goes.

Taken (More 4, 9pm) 

Do you want to start delivering the speech or shall we? Okay, okay. “I don’t know who you are. I don’t know what you want…”


Everybody’s talking about… House of Cards

The series has confirmed the premiere date for its forthcoming third season.

Frank Underwood and the gang will return to your Netflix account on February 27th, 2015. Start preparing for the 13-episode binges now. 


Or flick over for…

  • Imagine – Colm Toibin – His Mother’s Son (BBC One, 11.35pm) The Wexford author discusses his upbringing and his new novel Nora Webster.
  • The Legacy (Sky Arts 1, 10.35pm) Episode two of the new Scandi drama everyone’s talking about. Still time to catch up if you missed the first one.
  • 17 Kids and Counting (Channel 4, 9pm) Otherwise known as “a living nightmare”.
  • Life Is Toff (BBC3, 10pm) Season finale is on tonight. 
  • Braveheart (Film4, 9pm) Cosy on up with some William Wallace.

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