If you're staying in tonight and are doing Dry January, there's decent guests on both the Late Late and Graham Norton Show to keep you entertained:
The Late Late Show, RTE One - 9.35pm
Hollywood star Liam Neeson and former White House press secretary Sean Spicer will join host Ryan Tubridy on tonight's show. The Oscar-nominated actor will be in studio to chat about his new movie The Commuter.
Meanwhile, former Trump White House spokesman Sean Spicer will be interviewed live. Spicer will be giving viewers the lowdown on what it was like to be part of one of the most controversial US presidencies in history.
Presenter Maura Derrane, Snapchat star James Kavanagh and former Irish international footballer Stephen Hunt will be joining Ryan to chat about the things they'd like to bin as 2018 gets underway.
Deborah Somorin, who became homeless at 13-years-old and pregnant at 14, will be speaking about living in a mother and baby home, her mother's suicide and her drtermination to turn her life around and study to become an accountant.
Some of the brightest minds from the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition including the winner of this year’s competition will also be on tonight's show.
Plus music from The Academic and Charlie Landsborough.
The Graham Norton Show, BBC One, 10.35pm
Double-Oscar-winner Tom Hanks will be on the red couch tonight. He stars in Steven Spielberg's new political drama The Post.
World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua is also on tonight's show alongside Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams, who'll be talking about her role in the upcoming Aardman animation Early Man.
First Aid Kit are tonight's musical guests. They'll be performing 'It's a Shame'.