It's set to be a chilly Bank Holiday weekend, so it's the perfect time to cosy-up on the couch.
The line-ups for both the Late Late and the Graham Norton Show have been revealed.
The Late Late Show, RTÉ One - 9.35pm
Bernard Brogan will join Ryan to give his first interview since announcing his retirement from Dublin Football. He'll be joined by his family to discuss the Brogan legacy in Dublin Football.
The Circle winner Paddy Smyth will also be on tonight's show. The Dublin native won the Channel 4 show last weekend. Paddy will join Ryan to discuss how his stint on the series has given him an unprecedented platform for raising awareness for people with disabilities.
Irish-born Australian long-distance runner, Sinead Diver, who took up running in 2010 after the birth of her eldest son, joins Ryan to discuss becoming the 4th fastest Australian female marathoner of all time.
Mary Manning will share the harrowing story of the sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of her stepfather along with her daughters Iseult and Ashley to share her harrowing story, one that is reminiscent of that of the family of Josef Fritzl.
The West End cast of Mamma Mia will give a special studio performance, featuring Irish actress and singer Sharon Sexton, who is taking on the lead role of Donna in an upcoming production of the show in Dublin.
Wild Youth will also be in studio to perform their single, Long Time No See.
The Late Late Show, BBC One - 10.35pm
Jason Momoa, Emilia Clarke, Regina King and Ross Noble join Graham Norton on his sofa tonight.
Aquaman star Momoa will be chatting about his new role in the futuristic TV drama See.
Game of Thrones' Clarke stars in romantic comedy Last Christmas, a festive rom-com which features the music of George Michael.
Oscar winner King is promoting HBO series Watchmen and top comic Noble is on tour with new show Humournoid.
Camila Cabello is tonight's musical guest. She'll perform her latest track Liar.
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