New show Pulling with My Parents does exactly what its title suggests, Dublin Murders arrives at the Beeb, and it's the season two finale of the superb Succession . . .
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Pulling with My Parents, 9.30pm, RTÉ 2
Here's a new six-parter that does exactly what its title suggests: young singletons getting their parents to give their dating profiles a full make-over to crack their cupid conundrum.
Make you wonder how anyone so smart could be single, eh?
First up for this frankly bizarre social experiment are Sophie La Touche and Jason O'Byrne.
28-year-old Sophie always had her heart set on meeting an exotic prince with deep pockets. She drafts in her mother Andrea, and Nan, Mary, to help her find that special someone.
Jason (30) is keen to find someone to settle down with but he's sick of the dating scene. While he’s generally outgoing and confident, he relies on dating apps to meet girls. Now he’s handing control over to his parents, Anne and Pat.
New or Returning Shows
Dublin Murders, 9.00pm, BBC One
This highly-promising (and much-hyped) show's not due on RTÉ One until Wednesday (with a double bill), so if you want to be ahead of the pack, here's your chance.
It's a crime drama starring Killian Scott, Sarah Greene and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, and based on the Dublin Murder Squad series by crime novelist Tana French.
Set during the height of the Celtic Tiger, the series will focus on two murder investigations led by ambitious and charismatic detectives Rob Reilly and Cassie Maddox.
Killer Colleagues - Atilla Ban, 9.00pm, Sky Crime & NOW TV
This new and apparently chilling true crime series walks you through what happens when office politics go too far.
In the opening episode, an office love triangle is revealed when three hotel workers go missing and the police make a grisly discovery of two bodies.
Celtic Woman: Homecoming – Live from Ireland, 8.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV
Multi-platinum international music sensation Celtic Woman perform at a show in Dublin, recorded in September 2017.
Featuring the voices of Susan McFadden, Mairead Carlin, Eabha McMahon and violinist Tara McNeill, fans can experience live renditions of classics such as Danny Boy, You Raise Me Up, and The Parting Glass.
New to Download
Martin Matte: La Vie, La Mort...Eh La La..!, Netflix
Quebecois comedy star Martin Matte serves up embarrassing personal stories, a solution for social media trolls and more in what's billed as a 'mischievous' special.
In French, with English subtitles.
Brendan Grace: Thanks for the Memories, 9.35pm, RTÉ One
In the final episode of this documentary about the show Brendan Grace was planning before he died, the cameras follow the Grace family as they rally together.
With the help of Brendan’s many pals in the entertainment world, they complete his plans and put on one of the biggest nights in the Irish showbiz calendar.
Beyond the Menu, 7.30pm, RTÉ One
Cornish-born, 30-year-old Jordan Bailey, the former head chef from Oslo’s three Michelin star restaurant, Maaemo, has come to Ireland to open his first restaurant in Kildare.
In this concluding episode, Mark Moriarty returns to the restaurant one month after opening and spends more time with Jordan and his new-wife, Majken Bech, who runs the front of house.
Succession, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV
After last week's superb episode, where the Roy family were facing into the nightmare scenario of a imploding empire, I can't wait to see how season two of this teak-black dramedy concludes.
Will sociopathic patriarch Logan Roy (played with great fury by Brian Cox) sacrifice his son Kendall (the hugely impressive Jeremy Strong) in order to keep his hideous Waystar-Royco dynasty in business?
Of course he would - but don't be surprised if a more palatable sacrifice rears its head, given that a third season of Succession has been green-lit.