RTÉ and TV3 both broadcast new documentaries about the omnishambles surrounding the cancellation of Garth Brooks' five-night stand in Croke Park tonght. Watch preview clips here.

In the week that the country superstar was due to hit Dublin for his comeback shows, RTÉ One will screen Garth Brooks: Tomorrow Never Came tonight (July 22) at 9:35pm.

In an interesting scheduling movie, TV3 have moved their investigation, Garth Brooks: What Went Wrong?, forward to a 9.00pm slot this evening, just after an episode of Cowboy Builders.

Garth Brooks: Tomorrow Never Came follows the trail of events from the announcement of Brooks’ comeback tour through to the final announcement of ticket refunds - along with the battling saga in between. 

According to the RTÉ press office, "It’s a journey to the heart of Ireland today - from our country’s cultural and music hinterland (meeting concert support act, Nathan Carter, and Garth tribute singer, Trevor Smith) to politics done Irish-style."

TV3's Garth Brooks: What Went Wrong? features new interviews with Croke Park residents, Aiken Promotions, the GAA and Dublin City Council.

According to TV3, the programme "documents the fallout with a country music giant which resulted in a €50 million revenue loss to the country and irreparable damage to Ireland’s global reputation".