There's plenty of star-studded chat with The Late Late Show and Graham Norton, Michael Keaton stars in new drama Dopesick, Will Ferrell heads the cast of Shrink Next Door, and Dwayne Johnson leads the charge in Red Notice . . .

Pick of the Day

The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Viewers are in for a treat as Hollywood royalty Lady Gaga will join Ryan from London to chat about her new movie House of Gucci.

Ryan will also talk to the Oscar winner about her own experience with bullying and her friendship with fellow musician Tony Bennett.

Ronan Keating will be on the show to chat about his new album Songs from Home and why coming back to Ireland after lockdown was an emotional experience.

Ronan and Storm

He will also be joined by his wife Storm for a very special performance.

Former President Mary McAleese will discuss her new documentary With God on our Side, and Ryan will also be joined by football analysts Eamon Dunphy and Liam Brady, while Orlaith McBride brings in items from The National Archives.

Plus, there's music from Glen Hansard singing Gold from the movie Once.

Don't Miss

Dopesick, Disney+

This new drama examines how one company triggered the worst drug epidemic in the history of the United States. No mean feat that.

The limited series is inspired by Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company That Addicted America, the New York Times best-selling book by Beth Macy.

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The primary subjects are the billionaire Sacklers who own the company Purdue. Up against them is DEA agent Bridget Meyer (played by Rosario Dawson), who's obsessed with getting the drug OxyContin under control.

Other key characters are two US attorneys (Peter Sarsgaard and John Hoogenakker) trying to build a case against Purdue, Appalachian family doctor Samuel Finnix (Michael Keaton) and the Purdue sales rep (Will Poulter) who's hounding him to prescribe Oxy.

The Last Leg, 10.00pm, Channel 4

This week Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker are joined by guests Jodie Whittaker (above) and Darren Harriott for a comic review of the significant moments of the past seven days.

As usual, the hashtag #isitok paves the way for the gang to round up, examine and explain the leading and most entertaining news stories of the week.

The Graham Norton Show, 11.45pm, BBC One

The bould Graham is joined by musical icon Lady Gaga (below), who discusses starring in Ridley Scott's House of Gucci.

Also, Frozen star Josh Gad talks about voicing a new series called Olaf Presents, celebrity chef Nadiya Hussain promotes Nadiya's Fast Flavours and Hollywood superstar Will Smith also drops in for a chat.

On the musical side of things, veteran rocker Rod Stewart performs his new single One More Time.

New or Returning Shows

100 Foot Wave, 10.45pm, Sky Documentaries

Streaming on NOW

Over six parts, 100 Foot Wave promises to capture the decade-long odyssey of surfing pioneer Garrett McNamara.

After visiting Nazaré, Portugal in hopes of conquering a 100-foot wave, pushed surfing to ever-greater heights.

Alongside locals, Garrett helped transform the small fishing village into the world's pre-eminent big-wave surfing destination.

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Keith Jarrett: The Art of Improvisation, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Here’s one for the musos out there - a profile of the acclaimed jazz pianist, famous for his marathon solos.

It also explores the classical side to the contemporary musician, who plays and records his own work as well as that of Bach, Mozart and Shostakovich.

With contributions from Jarrett himself, producer Manfred Eicher, performers Jack de Johnette, Gary Peacock, Chick Corea and Jan Garbarek.

There’s also footage from concerts dating back to the 1960s, involving a variety of artists and ensembles, including Miles Davis and the Charles Lloyd Quartet.

Don't know if this is included, but it is pretty beautiful. Take a listen:

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New to Stream

The Shrink Next Door, Apple TV+

Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Kathryn Hahn and Casey Wilson star in this dark comedy miniseries based on the podcast of the same title by Joe Nocera.

It’s about a psychiatrist who begins to implant himself into the life of one of his patients.

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Curse of the Chippendales, Amazon Prime Video

Their trademark style of barely-there costumes briefly sported by perfectly-chiseled men would be forever recognized, often emulated, and famously parodied.

The Chippendales achieved a coveted and rare goal: becoming an iconic, household name around the world.

Their brand became a multi-million-dollar global venture, successful beyond their wildest dreams.

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But of three unlikely dreamers who were there at the beginning, only one would make it out alive.

With exclusive access to a cast of characters including Michael Rapp, original line-up dancers, Bruce Nahin, the club’s ever-busy lawyer and key investigators, Curse of the Chippendales tells the story of how a new kind of dance troupe took the LA nightclub scene by storm.

It resulted in international fame and untold wealth, along with bizarre murder plots and multiple deaths entwined in their legacy.

The Colour Room, Sky Cinema & NOW

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Bursting at the seams with ideas for colours and shapes, this is the story of how she broke the glass ceiling and risked everything to become one of the great Art Deco designers.

This had the double positive effect of the survival of her co-workers through the Great Depression and becoming a household name.

Red Notice, Netflix

Here’s an action comedy film written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber. You mightn't know his name, but you'll probably be familiar with his work.

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The film stars Dwayne Johnson as an FBI agent who reluctantly teams up with a renowned art thief (Ryan Reynolds) in order to catch an up-and-coming criminal (Gal Gadot).

The film marks the third collaboration between Thurber and Johnson following Central Intelligence (2016) and Skyscraper (2018). Whatever about the latter, Central Intelligence was great fun.

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