Two more families have been announced for Gogglebox Ireland and they look gas

It’s here!

Gogglebox Ireland debuts tonight on TV3 and if you weren't already looking forward to it after the station revealed four families that will star in the show earlier this week, you will now.

If you’re a member of the famous ‘Oh my god, what a complete Aisling’ group on Facebook, this may sound all too familiar to you.

Meet identical twins, Fergal and Neal Tully from Cavan.

Two more families have been announced for Gogglebox Ireland and they look gas

They live within a stone’s throw from one another and claim to chat with each other more than to their own wives. Although they rarely see eye to eye, the pair have never had an argument in their entire lives.

Neal is surrounded by women, as the father of three girls, two of which are teenagers. He’s been married 15 years and lives his life through the four ‘F’s - Football, Family, Friends and Fianna Fáil!

Fergal is very involved in the local community, from managing a few football teams to participating in the parish’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ fundraiser for the second time.

Fergal still works on the family pig and dairy farm. He’s also a family man with two girls and two boys, his youngest only a few weeks old. He’s described as ‘the witty one’ and loves nothing more than banking a load of sport and spending the day watching it all.

Next up are Angela and Eileen from Castleknock (The token Memmehs).

Two more families have been announced for Gogglebox Ireland and they look gas

They met at the local retirement club in the area. Eileen spotted newcomer Angela, offered her a seat beside her and the rest is history.

Dubliner Angela moved back from Wexford a few years ago and enrolled as a mature student, studying Retail in Pearse College and winning two awards for public speaking. Eileen is originally from Kilkenny and spent most of her life as a Children’s and Psychiatric nurse.

Since retiring, Eileen has been very active and takes advantage of her free travel pass, nipping into town for a coffee or on a mission to buy wool for her next knitting project. Angela’s favourite TV programmes are Midsomer Murders, Come Dine With Me and Miss Marple but she hatesBig Brother and The X Factor.

Eileen loves to watch Ear to the Ground and The Chase.

You couldn’t write it - we cannot wait.

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