Here's the line-up for tonight's Late Late and Graham Norton shows
The Taoiseach and Daniel O'Donnell on one couch, Matthew McConaughey and John Cena on another.
Friday night - 7 December - looks like a cold one outside, so leave it to the chat show gods to heat things up.
As noted previously, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar will take centre stage on tonight's edition of The Late Late Show, but he won't be alone as far as Irish household names go.
Meanwhile, Graham Norton brings his usual Hollywood A-list razzmatazz.
Here's what it all looks like this evening...
The Late Late Show
Leo Varadkar will reflect on his first 18 months as Taoiseach as well as addressing the key issues faced by his government, from housing to health to whatever state Brexit is currently coughing and spluttering about in.
Sentient Christmas tree ornament Michael Bublé will be on hand to discuss his new album and tour, and how the last few years have been for him and his family following a serious health scare.
He'll also perform two songs, as is custom.
Giving him a run for his money will be none other than Daniel O'Donnell, a man who has sky-rocketed RTÉ TV ratings before. Can he do so again?
Comedian David Walliams will also be present to chat the inspiration for his children's books and how fatherhood has changed him.
The Late Late Show is on RTÉ One at 9.35pm
The Graham Norton Show
Alright, alright, alright.
Matthew McConaughey joins Graham on the sofa to reveal the truth or lack thereof behind a long-running rumour that it should have been him getting sacrificed at the end of Titanic and not Leonardo DiCaprio.
Looking for more Hollywood hunk action? John Cena will sit down alongside Bumblebee co-star Hailee Steinfeld to chat their Transformers spin-off movie, which is apparently surprisingly good? Who knew?
On top of that, you have celebrity chef Jamie Oliver who has a new book just in time for Christmas, and there's music from Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus.
Their new song is pretty good, as it happens.
Clip via Mark Ronson
The Graham Norton Show is on BBC One at 10.35pm