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1 of 1 The Walking Dead season three comes to a bloody climax
The Walking Dead season three comes to a bloody climax

There’s plenty of imported drama tonight, with the season three finale of The Walking Dead on RTÉ Two, preceded by Homeland , while TG4 continues the first season of Nashville.

There’s plenty of imported drama tonight, with the season three finale of The Walking Dead on RTÉ Two, preceded by Homeland, while TG4 continues the first season of Nashville.

The Walking Dead, 10.00pm, RTÉ Two

This third season has been full of fun, most of it supplied by David Morrissey’s chilling performances as The Governor of Woodbury. In this final episode, Rick and the group must consider whether the prison is worth defending as the Governor's impending attack looms large. Fans will be in for a few shocks and surprises along the way as the body count continues to rise.

Homeland, 9.00pm, RTÉ Two

After last week’s season three opener saw Saul throw Carrie to the lions, we’re likely to see a return of the hysterical Carrie – but there’s still no sign of Brody, who has gone completely underground. Tonight, Saul tries to track down those responsible for the Langley attack. Meanwhile, a troubled Quinn takes matters into his own hands, Carrie learns who she can trust and the seriously dysfunctional Brody family attempt to mend their broken household by attending therapy.

Nashville, 9.05pm, TG4

The ‘soap-with-stetsons’ drama continues with Rayna trying to persuade rock star and producer Liam McGuinnis to help bring her music up to date. Meanwhile, Juliette goes on a 'fake date' with sportsman Sean Butler as a PR stunt to improve her tarnished image - and is surprised to discover he is not quite as upstanding as she imagined. Teddy and Coleman commit to appearing at an important photo opportunity, unaware of Lamar's plot to make Coleman late, and Scarlett's relationship with Avery becomes a little unsteady.

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