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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

Here’s the telly people will be talking about tomorrow. rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.

Divorce, Sky Atlantic, 10.10pm

Irish writer Sharon Horgan (you might know her from a little show called Catastrophe) is behind this new HBO show starring Sarah Jessica Parker. It’s eagerly anticipated and has already debuted in the US to reviews that call it “spiky, smart and cringeworthy” and a show that “unsparingly shows the dark side of sex in suburbia“. #DivorceHBO

Kevin McGahern’s America, RTÉ 2, 9.30pm

This week Cavan’s very own Louis Theroux “explores intimacy in the digital age”. Ooh er. We’ve seen the trailer. There’s VR and cams involved. #KevinsAmerica 

Living with Lucy, TV3, 9.30pm

This week Lucy moves in with comedian Al Porter in Springfield, Tallaght. He still lives with his mam and dad and thanked the people of Tallaght in his acceptance speech for his IFTA Rising Star award last week, so he’s a big fan of his ‘hood. #LivingWithLucy


Everyone’s talking about…

Aisling Bea, the Irish actress and comic who plays the very hardworking nurse in the new series of The Fall (check out that Jamie Dornan spongebath guuuurl) has addressed concerns surrounding her frankly ridiculous hours…



Or switch over for…

  • Knocked Up (ITV2, 9pm) Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl deal with an unexpected bump
  • The Siege of Jadotville (Netflix) Tells the story of a band of Irish soldiers in the Congo. A great watch
  • Location Location Location (Channel 4, 8pm) Kirsty and Phil continue to give us hope that they might one day run away together
  • The Pet Surgeons (RTÉ One, 8.30pm) Joss the guide dog, Max the rescue dog and poorly cheetah Fozzy from Fota Wildlife Park all feature

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