What’s new ? 10 best TV and streaming tips for Wednesday

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Gogglebox Ireland is back for an eighth season, Florence Pugh is great in Fighting with My Family, Kevin McCloud returns with more Grand Designs and Vogue Williams presents a new show called Send Nudes: Body SOS. . .

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Gogglebox Ireland, 9:00 p.m., Virgin Media One

Here’s the return of a show that could work well and run for decades.

Deirdre O’Kane provides the voiceover as a selection of TV addicts comment on the week’s programs from the comfort of their living rooms.

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Ireland’s savviest and most entertaining viewers are quick to give their thoughts on some of the most memorable TV shows airing over the past seven days.

And that – of course – is half the fun.

Don’t miss

Fighting With My Family, 9:35 p.m., RTÉ One

Here’s an entertaining factual drama, starring Florence Pugh, Lena Headey and Nick Frost, with Dwayne Johnson and John Cena playing themselves.

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The ever-impressive Pugh stars as the daughter of a British wrestling family who gets the chance to pursue her dreams by training with WWE.

As she navigates her way through wrestling training camp to resounding success, her brother is consumed with jealousy as he struggles to match her accomplishments.

The Repair Show, 8:00 p.m., BBC One

Cobbler Dean Westmoreland receives a pair of 70-year-old roller skates that belonged to owner Angela’s mother until her death in 2019.

Meanwhile, electronics genius Mark Stuckey is stuck in a 1960s radiogram record player, and mechanical expert David Burville takes a look at a fire truck.

Also: Suzie Fletcher works on a leather wallet that once belonged to an Indian freedom fighter and contemporary of Mahatma Gandhi.

Rehearsal, 9 p.m., Sky Comedy

It’s between this parody and that of Alicia Vikander Irma Vep for the funniest show ever.

This week, Nathan helps an Oregon woman prepare for motherhood by simulating the experience of raising a child from zero to eighteen.

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New or returning shows

Grand Designs, 9 p.m., Channel 4

Kevin McCloud (below) returns to follow more ambitious home design projects, starting with meeting adventurous couple Colin and Adele (no, not that one).

They hired a Swedish architect, an Italian interior design firm and a Latvian construction company to complete the impressive curved glass family home in the Manchester suburb where they both grew up.

Send Nudes: Body SOS, 10:15 p.m., E4

Thanks to groundbreaking technology, people considering cosmetic surgery can see themselves like they’ve never seen before through life-size avatars of their naked bodies.

In the opening episode, Vogue host Williams (below) meets chiseled carpenter Steven, who wants a pornstar-sized penis, and single mom Steph, who is desperate for bigger boobs small.

But as they both confront their life-size naked avatars, will they decide to go ahead with their plans of operation or will their minds be changed by what they see in front of them?

Taurus, 10 p.m., Sky Witness

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Returning for a sixth season, Michael Weatherly returns as the brilliant, hot-headed and charming Dr. Bull, the ultimate legal consultant and puppeteer.

Combining psychology, human intuition and high-tech data, he has the ability to see what motivates jurors, lawyers, witnesses and the accused.

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In the season opener, Bull and the TAC team must use their collective experience to locate Bull’s kidnapped daughter, and the kidnapper warns them not to turn themselves in to the police.

As Bull struggles to establish the most important psychological profile of his life, he begins to suspect that the kidnapper is someone connected to his past.

New to feed

Family Secrets, Netflix

On their wedding day, a medical student and a wealthy plastic surgeon uncover a web of secrets and lies that connects their two families.

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I came, Netflix

Privilege hides the darkest secrets.

After uncovering a sinister secret from a high-profile judge (Hugh Bonneville), a young graffiti artist (George Mackay) and his kin are drawn into a deadly game of cat and mouse.

ending today

Breeders, 10:00 p.m., Sky Comedy

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In the two-part season three finale, Jim and Jackie both struggle in their new situation.

Luke must choose between Jacob and Ruby. At Alex’s 65th birthday party, Ally meets someone who makes her see Paul in a new light.

Then, a furious argument between Paul and Ally is interrupted by Ava’s news about Jim.

Luke is happier than ever, a newly confident Ava stands up to her father, but Paul and Ally have to decide – is that it?

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