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Here's what to watch on TV tonight: Monday

Here’s the telly that everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

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

Trump v Ireland (TV3, 10pm)

The first half of a two part documentary airs tonight and looks at the influence of Irish-Americans within the Trump administration. Presenter Matt Cooper will be examining the roles of Sean Spicer, Mike Pence, Kellyanne Conway and Steve Bannon in particular.

It will also look at the ways in which Irish people living legally and illegally in the United States will be affected by Trump’s presidency.

Ordinary Lies (RTÉ2, 9.35pm)

Series two of the popular drama returns to our screens, this time with a new cast and setting. The second series follows the lives of a group of colleagues in a call centre and warehouse for a sports sales company. Each episode focuses on an individual colleague with tonight’s character being Joe (played by Con O’Neill).

Joe comes home from work early to find his wife acting suspiciously and responds to fears of her infidelity by installing CCTV around the house. It’s very likely that this will end badly for reasons other than what he expects to find.

Yves Saint Laurent (TG4, 9.30pm)

This 2014 movie chronicles the life of the designer from when he meets his partner (both in romance and business) Pierre Bergé and is catapulted to stardom at age 21 as the successor of Christian Dior in 1957.

Several years later he is humiliated and publicly fired but creates Yves Saint Laurent fashion house and eventually manages to democratize fashion by creating the world’s first ‘ready to wear’ collection against the backdrop of the 1960’s women’s liberation movement.

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Everybody’s talking about… The finale of Big Little Lies (Sky Atlantic, 9pm)

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Just as everyone was getting hooked on this show, it has come to an end. Tonight we’ll see the climactic death of a certain character as well as many other shocking revelations.

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Or flick over for…

Micky Flanagan: Thinking Aloud (Sky One, 9pm) Comedian Micky Flanagan explores snobbery and the British obsession with class as he tries to understand where he fits in to the social strata.

Sold! Inside the World’s Biggest Auction House (RTÉ 2, 8.25pm) A behind the scenes look at the international auction house known as Christie’s. Experts discuss the effects that the global economic downturn have on the auction industry.

Silicon Valley (Sky Atlantic, 10.10pm) A comedy based on the ‘high – tech gold rush’ in California’s Silicon Valley following the antics of a socially awkward computer programmer and his team.

Donal MacIntyre: Breaking Crime (3e, 10pm) This investigative journalist explores the world of youth crime, examining its causes and effects on the wider community. Tonight he looks at how to break the cycle of crime and poverty in Limerick.

Trump’s First 100 Days (BBC, 9pm) Attempting to make sense of Trump’s agenda, Jeremy Paxman travels across the US digging into stories about the controversial policies and looking at the reality of Trump’s attempts to restore America’s economic fortunes.

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