It's the final qualifier on Last Singer Standing, The Man of Steel returns in Superman & Lois, PJ Gallagher is among Angela Scanlon's guests, and Battle of the Christmas Lights continues . . .

Pick of the Day

Last Singer Standing, 8.20pm, RTÉ One

Everything is to play for as eight singers battle it out to win the last spot in the show's final, hoping to be in with a chance of winning a hefty €25,000 and the title of the first ever Last Singer Standing.

As usual, Nicky Byrne hosts, while panelists Nadine Coyle, Joey Fatone and Samantha Mumba offer singers words of encouragement and advice.

Christiana Underwood, Ciara O'Donoghue, Tommy Röckit, and Cathal Mulhern joins Janet Grogan, Joe Geoghegan, Doireann O’Connor and Sope Adeniranye.

Don’t Miss

Angela Scanlon's Ask Me Anything, 9.50pm, RTÉ One

It’s another Saturday night chat where nothing is off-topic and everything is up for gabs.

Comedian and actor PJ Gallagher (above), musician and author Bressie and singer-songwriter Mary Coughlan agree to let Angela Scanlon ask them anything.

Battle of the Christmas Lights, 7.05pm, Virgin Media One

Here’s another episode of the new show pitting two families together in a battle to make the best Christmas displays.

The can range from the tree to the festive dinner delights, all culminating in a contest to pull of the best outdoor lights display on their homes.

New or Returning Shows

Superman & Lois, 5.40pm, BBC One

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The Man of Steel returns to the small screen in this new drama, starring Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch.

Clark Kent and Lois Lane return to Smallville with their sons Jonathan and Jordan, where they are reacquainted with Lana Lang, her husband Kyle Cushing, and their daughter Sarah.

But their idyllic lives are soon upended when The Stranger arrives, along with the secret experiments of Morgan Edge.

Phil Lynott: Songs for While I'm Away, 10.00pm, BBC Two

If you missed this when it was on RTÉ One a couple of months ago, you’re in for a treat.

It's an impressive documentary film about the life and music of legendary and much-loved Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynnot, telling the story of how a young working-class Black boy from 1950s’ Crumlin in Dublin became one of Ireland's greatest rock stars.

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Told extensively through the words of Lynott himself and focusing on some of his iconic songs, the film gets to the heart of Phil as a father, husband, friend, son and rock legend, who traghically died aged 36 in January 1986.

This is followed at 11.30pm by Sight & Sound in Concert: Thin Lizzy, for a vintage gig by Phil and co at the Regal Theatre in Hitchin, Hertfordshire from January 1983.

They perform such classics as Jailbreak and The Boys Are Back in Town, along with their cover of the Bob Seger song Rosalie.

New to Stream

8-Bit Christmas, Sky Cinema & NOW

Neil Patrick Harris stars in a humorous and heartfelt look back at the adventures of childhood.

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It’s 1980-something and all nine-year-old Jake Doyle wants for Christmas is a Nintendo Entertainment System.

No Jose Canseco rookie card, no GI Joe hovercraft, no Teddy friggin’ Ruxpin - just Nintendo.

But when a hyperactive Shih Tzu is accidentally crushed to death by a 42-inch tv and every parent in town blames Nintendo, it’s up to Jake to take matters into his own hands.

Spiral, Amazon Prime Video

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Here’s a horror film starring Chris Rock, Samuel L Jackson and Max Minghella.

A criminal mastermind unleashes a twisted form of justice in Spiral, the terrifying new chapter from the book of Saw.

Saturday Cinema

About Time, 9.55pm, RTÉ2

Enjoyable romantic fantasy comedy, with Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams and Bill Nighy.

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A single man gets the chance to turn his unhappy life around when his father reveals that they both have the ability to travel through time and change their personal history.

He uses his newfound talent to try to improve his love life and win the heart of an American woman.

Isn’t that cheating?

War of the Worlds, 10.10pm, Channel 4.

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Steven Spielberg's sci-fi thriller, based on HG Wells' seminal sci-fi novel, with Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning, Justin Chatwin, Miranda Otto and Tim Robbins.

A divorced father's rare weekend with his two estranged children descends into horror when alien war machines rise from beneath the Earth.

It begins to systematically destroy every human being in their path - leaving the man with the dangerous task of getting his kids to safety.

Family Flick

Deck the Halls, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

Christmas comedy, starring Danny DeVito, Matthew Broderick, Kristin Davis and Kristin Chenoweth.

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A man's proud status as the neighbourhood's king of Christmas comes under threat when a newcomer broadcasts his intention to decorate his house with so many lights that they will be visible from space.

Heading for all-out war, the pair resort to increasingly desperate measures to outdo each other.

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