Dua Lipa. Michael J. Fox. Tina Fey. Mary Robinson. Tonight's couches are STACKED.
To be fair, both of tonight's "couches", be they virtual or in-studio, are pretty impressive.
The hardest part is deciding which one you're going to watch. Also, since you're sitting in, you should check out the new brand new Lovin Dublin’s Date Box meal kit, which is officially available to order.
THE LATE LATE SHOW - RTE One - 9.35pm
Legendary actor Michael J. Fox will chatting to Tubs about his career, and the idea of turning 60. Former President Mary Robinson will be joining the show to discuss the landmark moment of becoming the first female President of Ireland, as well as her opinion of Joe Biden and what impact he might have for America.
The Flemings will be talking about becoming social media stars, as well as the creation of the Tik Tok dance that helped them pass some of the time during lockdown, while the Irish Women in Harmony will be in studio for a special performance of their brand new charity single.
And even more in-studio music will be supplied by Dublin rapper Malaki, as he performs his unique take on Van Marrison's Someone Like You.
GRAHAM NORTON - BBC One - 10.45pm
Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey will be on hand to talk about their roles in Pixar's new animated movie Soul. A few weeks back, Nicole Kidman chatted to Graham, and now her The Undoing co-star Hugh Grant will be on the show, talking about the murder-mystery show, but also likely discussing Christmas classics like Paddington 2 and Love, Actually.
Six-time Oscar-nominee Amy Adams will also be joining Graham to chat about her new Netflix movie Hillbilly Elegy, due for release at the end of November, while comedian Romesh Ranganathan will be promoting his new book As Good As It Gets: Life Lessons from a Reluctant Adult.
And finally, on the musical front, one of the biggest stars in the world right now: Dua Lipa will be performing her latest single, Levitating.