If you're planning on seeing in 2020 from the sofa, there are New Year's Eve shows with Agnes Browne, Una Healy, Graham Norton and Jools Holland, a Mary Kennedy retrospective, and a chatshow special with Dame Edna Everage . . .
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Mary Kennedy: as Seen on TV, 8.40pm, RTÉ One
From continuity announcer to newsreader, Eurovision host and beloved presenter of Nationwide, Mary Kennedy is regarded as one of the country's most accomplished TV presenters. Spooling back through the archives, she selects some memorable moments from her 40 year television career.
New Year's Eve Specials
The Graham Norton New Year's Eve Show, 10.20pm, BBC One
Graham presents his traditional New Year's Eve talk show, with guests including double Oscar-winner Tom Hanks, Welsh actor Matthew Rhys, Strictly judge Motsi Mabuse, British actor Stephen Graham, rising British star Florence Pugh, and boxing champion Anthony Joshua.
Plus there's music from Melanie C feat Sink the Pink, performing their current single High Heels.
Una Healy's New Year's Eve Party, 10.25pm, RTÉ One
Party into the New Year with Tipperary star Una Healy and the RTÉ Concert Orchestra together with a star-studded cast, including The Waterboys, David Gray, Wallis Bird, Brian Kennedy and many more guests for what promises to be a truly magical night.
Followed at 11.50pm by the New Year's Eve Countdown Concert.
The Last Leg of the Year, 9.00pm, Channel 4
The award-winning show is supersized this New Year's Eve with an extra-special two-hour extravaganza to wave goodbye to 2019.
To celebrate the arrival of a brand new decade, and to look back at the highs and lows of the past year, Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker are joined by a host of celebrity guests including Sue Perkins, Sara Pascoe, Tom Davis, Rosie Jones and Johnny Vegas, who will also be manning the bar, plus racing driver Billy Monger.
Dame Edna Rules the Waves, 9.05pm, BBC One
Following her sell-out farewell tour, Dame Edna Everage has been offshore, enjoying some luxury downtime on-board her enormous superyacht, The Ocean Widow.
But now she’s back, for one outrageous night of entertainment with a full celebrity crew and some very special guests, Sharon Osbourne, Rob Rinder, Emily Atack, Joe Sugg and music from the legendary Nile Rodgers and Chic.
Jools' Annual Hootenanny, 11.15pm, BBC Two
Joining Jools on this year’s Hootenanny are Stormzy, Brittany Howard, Rick Astley, Tom Walker, Yolanda Brown, Stereophonics, Melanie, La Roux, Eddi Reader, Pauline Black and Arthur 'Gaps' Hendrickson from The Selecter, Joseph.
And, of course, New Year's Eve perennials Ruby Turner and The Pipes and Drums of the 1st Battalion Scots Guards.
And finally - Finglas Calling!
Mrs Brown's Boys New Year's Special, 9.40pm, RTÉ One
There’s bad news for Winnie when Agnes discovers Peggy Piper aka the Pernod poisoner is out on appeal and could be coming back to Finglas.
This could mean Winnie has to give evidence against her again as she was the one who saw Peggy poison her husband. Question is, is Peggy guilty or innocent?
There’s only one way of knowing for sure – and that’s by meeting Peggy herself.
Meanwhile, Buster loses the expensive tank costume Dermot’s hired for their latest promotion and must find it before it’s too late.