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End date for The Tommy Tiernan Show ‘confirmed’ by RTÉ

The current season of The Tommy Tiernan Show will come to an end this weekend.

Season eight of the show ran for 16 weeks, with the final episode airing on Saturday, April 20th.

A source in RTÉ told RSVP Live: “This was an incredible run of The Tommy Tiernan Show. Season eight went on for 16 weeks and viewers kept tuning in in their droves.”

The source continued: “The success of this season, and the length of the run, is testament to Tommy himself and the guests they are able to secure week in, week out.

“The Tommy Tiernan Show has been a hit from day one and everyone, both in RTÉ and at home, is excited to see when it returns to screens again for another season down the road.”

During the season, Tommy interviewed a slew of people such as Deirdre O’Kane, Shay Given, Arthur Gourounlian and Bradley Walsh.

It is not confirmed as to which show will be replacing Tommy’s Saturday night slot for the foreseeable future.

In November, RTÉ announced that it will not produce an in-house Saturday evening entertainment show in the Spring of 2024 because of a €10 million cost-saving plan – ruling out a number of possible shows to replace it.

The comedian is set to hit the road on tour across Ireland later this year with a new show, playing dates in Dublin’s Vicar St in October.

Earlier this month, Tommy also announced the end of his hit podcast show, leaving fans devastated.

The comedian and his co-hosts Laurita Blewitt and Hector O’hEeochagain have said they will no longer be recording their hit podcast.

The trio took to Twitter with a statement that said: “Tommy, Hector and Laurita have made the difficult decision to close the Henhouse podcast door for good.”


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