DailyEdge.ie rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.
Derry Girls (Channel 4, 10pm)
Tonight’s the halfway mark. Only three weeks of Derry Girls left. How will we manage once this is over? After last week’s fire, tonight’s episode continues with the girls feeling extremely stressed out about an upcoming exam. That’s until they find out that there may be an opportunity to skip the exam and spend some time with the school’s priest, Father Peter. They also all happen to be mad about him, so it’s a very rare win/win situation for the girls.
Brittania (Sky Atlantic, 9pm)
Tonight, the show you’ve seen plastered all over billboards around Ireland finally kicks off. It’s a period drama set way back in 43AD, following the Roman Army as they attempt to crush the Celtic heart of Brittania, a land led by warrior women and powerful Druids who claim to channel the powerful forces of the underworld.
Death in Paradise (BBC One, 9pm)
Series seven of the British-French crime drama premieres tonight. A famous thriller author is found stabbed through the heart after a morning swim in the ocean. The prime suspect is his wife, but witnesses are certain he was alone and she was not involved.
Everybody’s talking about… Strictly’s tour rehearsals
Strictly Come Dancing’s professional dancers Neil and Katya Jones donned “fat suits” in rehearsals for Strictly’s live Birmingham show. Fans on Twitter weren’t impressed and found the rehearsal to be in bad taste. You can see what they’re all saying here.
Or flick over for…
- Call The Cleaners (TV3, 8.30pm) A group of cleaners head to some absolute kips and do the best they can.
- Hunted (Channel 4, 9pm) Nine real and regular people are sent on the run, to decide themselves where’s best to go and who’s best to trust.
- Hairy Bikers’ Mediterranean Adventure (BBC Two, 8pm) As close as many of us will get to a sun holiday.
- Doctor Foster (RTÉ One, 10.15pm) The mystery-drama series continues with Gemma still trying to figure out what Tom’s up to.
- Big Cats (BBC One, 8pm) A documentary looking at how cats have developed and adapted to almost every environment on earth.
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