With Storm Hannah whistling outside your window tonight, there'll be no better place to be than curled up on your sofa with an auld cupán tae.
Given that it's Friday, some of the best televisual entertainment this evening will be provided by The Graham Norton Show and tonight's line-up is sure to have you holding on to your sides.
Taking to the Corkman's couch will be Hollywood funnyman Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron, with the pair set to talk about their upcoming romcom Long Shot.
The movie sees Rogen play a journalist who is hired as a speechwriter by a U.S Presidential candidate, played by Theron. Oh, it just so happens that said candidate happens to be his former babysitter and childhood crush. Check out the trailer for the film below.
Also appearing will be Zac Efron, speaking about his role as notorious serial killer Ted Bundy in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile (below). Zac is always good for a bit of craic and with himself and Rogen having worked together before there should be plenty of stories to tell.
Matthew Broderick will also be on to discuss his role in The Starry Messenger on the London stage and music will be provided by The Specials.
If none of this tickles your fancy, over on RTÉ One, Ryan Tubridy will be chatting to golfer Paul McGinley, presenter Baz Ashmawy and Ireland’s Eurovision hopeful Sarah McTernan. There will also be a special performance of Rock ‘n’ Roll Kids by Paul Harrington and guests to mark 25 years since the song took home the coveted prize in Dublin.
Now you're sorted. The Graham Norton Show starts on BBC One at 10.35pm and The Late Late Show gets underway on RTÉ One at 9.35pm. Do your worst, Hannah.