Weekend TV Guide

Amy Huberman takes on the lead role in RTÉs new drama Striking Out.

Friday

The Late Late Show – RTÉ 1 – 9:35pm: Ryan Tubridy will be joined tonight by Aslan, Padraig Harrington, and Theresa Lowe. Also, Prime Time’s Barry Cummins will discuss the hundreds of people still missing in Ireland and the audience will hear from the family members of Deirdre Jacob, Fiona Sinnott, and Cathal O’Brien.

The Graham Norton Show – BBC One – 11:05pm: Norton is joined by Helen Mirren, who is starring in supernatural horror film Winchester,  Liam Neeson,  and actor Jamie Dornan.

Grace and Frankie – Netflix: Grace and Frankie, an American comedy-drama series, follows two unlikely friends who are brought together after their husbands announce that they are in love and plan to get married.

Saturday

The Voice UK – ITV – 8pm: The Voice UK returns this Saturday night, with new judge Olly Murs, with another round of blind auditions.

Calvary – RTÉ 2 – 9:15pm: An Irish Drama starring Brendan Gleeson, Calvary follows a priest who receives a death threat from an unknown parish member during a confession.

Drug Lords – Netflix: Can’t get enough of Narcos? Drug Lords features real-life accounts of history’s notorious kingpins, including Pablo Escobar, with testimonies from those directly involved.

Sunday

Dancing on Ice – TV3 – 6pm: Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby present disco week, as the remaining 11 celebrities perform to impress the judges and avoid having to compete in a skate-off to remain a contestant.

Dancing With the Stars – RTÉ 1 – 6:30pm: This week will see the first round of eliminations as our celebrity dancers look to impress the judges and keep their place on the show.

Striking Out – RTÉ 1 – 9:30pm: Irish legal drama, starring Amy Huberman as Dublin-based solicitor Tara Rafferty, returns for the 3rd episode of Season two.

Call the Midwife- BBC 1 – 8pm: The popular period drama returns this Sunday, which chronicles the lives of a group of midwives living in East London in the late 1950s to early 1960s.

 

 

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