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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

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

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

The Street (RTÉ One, 9.35pm) 

Hour-long documentary about the hustle and bustle on Dublin’s O’Connell St, meeting the characters and the businesspeople #TheStreet. 

Undercover Boss (Channel 4, 9pm) 

New series sees the main man at clothing company Moss Bros working alongside his underlings, who are dealing with cost-cutting measures. #UndercoverBoss 

Nick and Margaret: Too Many Immigrants (BBC One, 9pm) 

Nick and Margaret from The Apprentice take a look at immigration in the UK. We can imagine the tweets already. #Immigration #NickAndMargaret #TooManyImmigrants

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Everybody’s talking about #SuperTed

He’s making a comeback!

The Radio Times reports that the bear with magic powers is being revamped after 30 years.

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Twenty-six new episodes are being made and are expected to air in 2016. The maker, Mike Young has promised that they won’t be “too slick”.

What we’re really worried about is if they’ll be dubbed in Irish. SuperTed’s not the same if it’s not in Irish.

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Or switch over for…

  • Building Ireland: The Banking Halls of Dublin (RTÉ One, 7pm) Architect Orla Murray explores the 19th century banking institutions 
  • Devious Maids (RTÉ Two, 8.40pm) Drama about housekeepers working in Beverly Hills
  • The Proposal (BBC3, 8.15pm) Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock being adorable
  • New Girl/Mindy Project double bill (E4, 9pm) An hour long kooky girl treat
  • Coast (BBC Two, 9pm) Tales from both sides of the English Channel

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