DailyEdge.ie rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.
What Are You Eating? (RTE 1, 8.30pm)
Ah, the show that tried to turn us all off chicken fillet rolls. It’s back for a new series, with Philip Boucher-Hayes trying a vegan diet in the first episode tonight.
Young Offenders (RTE 2, 9.30pm)
The series continues tonight, with the lads trying to think of ways to help Mairead financially. Their original plan in the movie didn’t exactly work out, so don’t expect tonight to be any different.
Married at First Sight (Channel 4, 9pm)
The couples who got married without ever seeing or meeting their partners until they got to the altar enter the final four weeks of the experiment. Will they have long term futures? It would be pure shocking if not.
Everybody’s talking about… Queer Eye Tom
Tom was the best guy on Queer eye and we all know it. We were pretty heartbroken to learn that he and his ex wife Abby had broken up again.
But HOLD ON. Just a week later he’s back to tell us that they actually have made up and are planning to spend the rest of their lives together.
All is well.
Or flick over for…
Homeland (RTE 2, 10.10pm) The drama continues.
Other Voices (RTE 2, 11.05pm) Music by Perfume Genius, Pillow Queens and Jealous of the Birds.
Rachel Nickell, the Untold Story (TV 3, 9pm) Documentary about the murder of Rachel Nickell in 1992.
The Blind Side (be3, 7.30pm) Lovely movie based on the true story of a woman who took in a homeless teenager who turned out to be a football star.
Masterchef (BBC 1, 8pm) The amateurs are back.
Crufts 2018 (Channel 4, 8pm) Cute dogs, what more could you want!