If you're tired playing box set bingo and are spending more time flipping than finding - here are some tips for telly-watching on the RTÉ Player.

Over the last week, the RTÉ Player has had two million streams as more and more people look for content to either entertain or inform them, sometimes both.

If you fancy something Irish over the weekend, there are the likes of Love/HateCan't Cope, Won't Cope and Room to Improve, with all seasons of each show available.

You can also view some of the best Irish comedy and drama such as Pure Mule, Bachelor's Walk, RAW, Bridget & EamonPaths to Freedom, Hardy Bucks and The Doireann Project are now featured on the platform.

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Looking to the USA, the entire ER back catalogue is available on the RTÉ Player, as well as newly added seasons of FrasierThe Shield, The Bachelor and The Bachelorette.

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and Nick Hornby's State of The Union starring Chris O’Dowd and Rosamund Pike are also available.

The latest RTÉ Player documentary Becoming Irish explores the process for Irish citizenship and follows three hopefuls on their journey, as they await the news that will change their futures.

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 RTÉ Player Originals show Your One Nikita returns as the series continues to follow best friends Nikita and Tanya in this short-form comedy animation starring Aoife Dooley, Emmet Kirwan, Jen Hatton and Al Foran.

Key current affairs and news programmes including Claire Byrne LivePrime Time and RTÉ News are available worldwide live and on-demand via RTÉ Player to ensure viewers can access the news anywhere, anytime and from any device.

With more people cooking at home these days, RTÉ Player has seen an increased appetite for food content this week such as The Happy Pear, Neven's Irish Food Trails, Roz Purcell and Donal Skehan's Kitchen Hero.