Tommy Tiernan Show to be extended by six weeks
The Tommy Tiernan show will be extended for an extra six weeks.
The talk show which was set to finish this coming Saturday after a ten week run, has been granted six extra episodes.
The fifth series of the show has seen the likes of Brenda Fricker, Brian O'Driscoll, Stephen Rea and David Norris chat to Tommy about their lives.
Tommy's natural wit and his ability to get his guests to be so open has won over audiences every Saturday night.
We will now get to enjoy the show for a bit longer before it wraps on Saturday 17th April.
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