Having a quiet night in?
Well there is plenty to choose from on tv if you want a laugh tonight. It’s going to be a tough decision.
TV3 – 9pm
This movie is comedy gold. When Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly come together they can’t do no wrong. Playing each others step brothers This is one of the most quoted comedy movies out there. “This is going to sound weird, but for a second, I think you took on the shape of a unicorn.”.
Did we just become best friends?
E4 – 9pm
This is also up there in the list of comedies we can watch over and over again. This movie has a hilarious cast including Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Elizabeth Banks and Adam DeVine. It also has the perfect mix of hilarious moments and musical numbers. and If you’re still not entertained learn the cup song?
If you’re in the mood for a movie it’s going to be hard to choose between this and Step Brothers. Flip a coin?
The Graham Norton Show
It’s rare that Graham Norton lets us down so this is always a solid choice. On the couch tonight is Mark Wahlberg, Woody Harrelson, Andy Serkis, the new spider-man Tom Holland and Sienna Miller. We are surprised that Mark has even returned to the show after becoming one of the most memorable guests on the show ever after he took advantage of the back stage booze a bit too much. Tonight he will be talking about his role in the new Transformers movie. Woody Harrelson and Andy Serkis are starring alongside each other in War for the Planet of the Apes.
Alison Moyet will be performing her single Reassuring Pinches.
The Last Leg: Re-United Kingdom
Channel 4 – 9pm
This two hour episode is set to pay tribute to MP Jo Cox a year after her death. The aim is to show how the nation is more united and what it’s people have in common a year on since her murder. The Last Leg will be hosted by Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker. Amongst a wide range of guests include comedians Jon Richardson and Stephen Mangan, actors James Buckley and Lily Cole. Former Prime Minister Tony Blair will be taking part in a comedy sketch on the show along with William Hague, Nicola Sturgeon, Ruth Davidson, Alastair Campbell, Ed Miliband, Michael Gove and Ed Balls.
Music will also be performed by top British band Elbow.