DailyEdge.ie rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.
Love Island (3e, 9pm)
Love it or hate it, it’s going to be impossible to avoid conversations about this reality TV show for the next few weeks and as it enters week two, it’s only getting more and more dramatic.
Lords and Ladles (RTÉ One, 6.30pm)
Lords and Ladles returns with a new series, starring Derry Clarke, Catherine Fulvio and Paul Flynn as they head to Clonalis House in Roscommon to prepare a 14th-century banquet fit for a king.
The Railway Man (RTÉ One, 9.30pm)
Colin Firth stars as a traumatised former prisoner of war, whose marriage is suffering due to the nightmares he still has about his experience in Japan. He can’t talk about his experiences with his wife, so he tracks down one of his fellow hostages in the hopes of sharing his problems, and discovers that the Japanese officer who caused his suffering is still alive.
Everybody’s talking about… Rick and Morty’s birthday message for Kanye West.
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- Bang on Budget (Channel 4, 5.35pm) Dermot Bannon’s worst nightmare, judging by the name of the show. New series focusing on complex builds done on tight budgets.
- Patrick Melrose (Sky Atlantic, 9pm) Last episode of the series.
- Carnage (Sky One, 8pm) Andrew Flintoff, Lethal Bizzle and Vick Hope host the final episode of this competition.
- Poldark (BBC One, 9pm) First episode of series four kicks off tonight.
- Bake Off: The Professionals (Channel 4, 8pm) Teams from top hotels and restaurants battle it out.
- Meet the Parents (3e, 7pm) Holly Willoughby hosts this show in which singletons have to meet a panel of parents and decide whether or not they’d like to date their kids.
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