There's a variety of UK election coverage across Irish and British TV - including an alternative on Channel 4, Richard Curran looks at Ireland's Rich List, and there's a documentary about the late great actor Alan Rickman . . .
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UK Election 2019, 11.00pm, RTÉ One
Election, 9.55pm, BBC One & 10.00pm, BBC Two
With Boris Johnson's Conservatives pretty much certain to emerge with a comfortable majority, it would mean that Brexit is almost certain to begin at the end of January. Where that will leave Ireland is the moot point we all want answered.
Miriam O'Callaghan, Bryan Dobson and David McCullagh will be burning the midnight oil here in Montrose, with an early-rising Aine Lawlor following after breakfast on Friday morning.
The vote count in Northern Ireland is covered on BBC One, while Huw Edwards hosts the BBC Two coverage of the entire UK vote.
New or Returning Shows
Ireland's Rich List: 21st Century Hotshots, 9.30pm, RTÉ 2
What was once regarded as a sin is now considered as something of a virtue. Greed has never had it so good.
Anyway, Richard Curran (below) hosts this two-part look at the top 50 millionaires who have appeared on The Sunday Times Rich List since 2000.
As well as meeting with some of Ireland's most dynamic millionaires, he'll also be looking for trends that have taken place over the last twenty years, which sectors have boomed and which have crashed - and he'll also make a few predictions about how to make millions in the future.
Inside the Christmas Factory, 9.00pm, BBC Two
Gregg Wallace and Cherry Healey (below) find out how favourite festive party foods are made.
Gregg visits an enormous factory in Nottingham where 200,000 canapes are produced every 24 hours, while Cherry discovers fail-safe scientific methods for cooking the perfect Christmas roast, turning her oven into a turkey sauna by popping ice cubes into a baking tray.
Christmas at Chatsworth House, 9.00pm, Channel 4
This documentary goes behind the scenes of Chatsworth, one of England's most impressive stately homes, as the Duke, Duchess and their 800 staff prefer for an influx of 200,000 visitors over the festive season.
Christmas is the most important event for the Derbyshire estate and crucial to its survival. In just five days, the house is transformed with 30 Christmas trees, 60,000 baubles, and a million fairy lights.
I'm a Celebrity . . . Get Me Out of Here: Coming Out, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One & UTV
Just a few days after Jacqueline Jossa was crowned the new Queen of the jungle, Ant and Dec present the usual round-up of what happened behind the scenes as each campmate was voted out.
From the first to the last, the programme reveals what they get up to in their first few days of freedom, and captures their reactions to old rivals and trusted friends, while their families gather for emotional reunions.
C4 Alternative Election Night, 9.55pm, Channel 4
Krishnan Guru-Murthy (below, centre) and Katherine Ryan (below, left) host a light-hearted take on polling day and the UK General Election, with Rylan Clark-Neal (below, right) getting the thoughts of the studio audience.
Clare Balding has the results as they happen, Matt Forde will run the Alternative News Desk and Rob Rinder is out and about assessing the mood on the ground.
Throughout the night the presenters are joined by a mixture of political figures and satirists, adding a comedic slant to the analysis.
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Especial de Natal Porta dos Fundos, Netflix
In this biblical Hangover spoof, the apostles awaken to find Jesus is missing and must piece together events of the previous night's wild Last Supper.
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Discovering Film Alan Rickman, 8.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV
Here's a glance back at the career of the dearly-missed British actor Alan Rickman.
Graduating from RADA and beginning his career on stage, Rickman burst onto cinema screen with his role as Hand Gruber in Die Hard - widely regarded as one of the greatest villainous performances in big screen history.
In Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, his role as the Sheriff of Nottingham stole the show and even won him a BAFTA.
Rickman then took on several comedic roles in films such as Galaxy Quest and Love, Actually. It was in the Harry Potter franchise, though, where he introduced himself to his largest audience as the morally ambiguous Professor Snape.