If you're spending your Friday night at home there's a stellar lineup on both The Late Late Show and The Graham Norton Show.
The Late Late Show, RTE One, 9:35pm
There's a varied lineup of guests joining Ryan Tubridy tonight.
Dublin actor and Downtown Abbey cast member Allen Leech will be telling all about his new role as Freddie Mercury's manager in Bohemian Rhapsody.
Hurler Davy Fitzgerald will discuss the new season of Ireland's Fittest Family, Prime Time's David McCullagh will be discussing exit polls from the Presidential Election and comedian Des Bishop will also be chatting to Tubridy.
Gavin James and Bell X1 will be the musical entertainment for the night.
Finally, Catherine Corless returns to the Late Late Show, after her memorable interview in 2017, to discuss the weeks developments in relation to the Tuam Mother and Babies Home mass grave.
The Graham Norton Show, BBC One, 10.35pm
Joining Graham on the couch this week is Eddie Redmayne and Jude Law, ahead of the upcoming release of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
Melissa McCarthy will tell all about starring in comedy drama Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Emma Stone, Oscar Winner and star of La La Land, will be discussing her lead role in critically acclaimed historical romp The Favourite.
Rick Astley will take to the stage to perform his current single Try.