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The Bisexual: Season One Viewer Votes

Are you falling in love with the first season of The Bisexual TV show on Hulu? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like The Bisexual is cancelled or renewed for season two. Hulu and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about The Bisexual season one episodes. We invite you to rate them for us, below.

A Hulu comedy-drama, The Bisexual comes from Desiree Akhavan, who stars in and directs the series. She also co-writes and co-created it with Cecilia Frugiuel. Saskia Chana, Maxine Peake, Brian Gleeson, Naomi Ackie, Michèlle Guillot, Cassie Clare, Eva Birthistle, Caoilfhionn Dunne, Niamh Algar, and Hannah Almond also star. A fresh take on sex,
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The Bisexual: Is the Hulu TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

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How is Leila's new life working out? Has The Bisexual TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Hulu? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Bisexualm season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   

What's This TV Show About?

A Hulu comedy-drama, The Bisexual comes from Desiree Akhavan, who stars in and directs the series. She also co-writes and co-created it with Cecilia Frugiuel. Saskia Chana, Maxine Peake, Brian Gleeson, Naomi Ackie, Michèlle Guillot, Cassie Clare, Eva Birthistle, Caoilfhionn Dunne, Niamh Algar, and Hannah Almond also star. A fresh take on sex, love, and relationships, the story follows Leila (Akhavan), a New Yorker who
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The Bisexual

Network: Hulu.

Episodes: Ongoing (hour).

Seasons: Ongoing.

TV show dates: November 16, 2018 — present.

Series status: Has not been cancelled.

Performers include: Desiree Akhavan, Saskia Chana, Maxine Peake, Brian Gleeson, Naomi Ackie, Michèlle Guillot, Cassie Clare, Eva Birthistle, Caoilfhionn Dunne, Niamh Algar, and Hannah Almond.

TV show description:

From Desiree Akhavan, who stars in, directs, co-writes, and co-created (with Cecilia Frugiuele) the series, The Bisexual TV show is comedy-drama with a fresh take on sex, love, and relationships. The story follows Leila (Akhavan), a New Yorker who decides she needs to take a "break" from Sadie (Peake), her longtime personal and professional partner.

Complicating Leila and Sadie's separation is the fact that they still have
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Channel 4-Hulu’s ‘The Bisexual’ Pre-Bought by Canal Plus, Sky Networks, Stan

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Channel 4-Hulu’s ‘The Bisexual’ Pre-Bought by Canal Plus, Sky Networks, Stan
All3media International has signed major pre-sales for “The Bisexual,” its six-part series co-written and directed by Iranian-American filmmaker Desiree Akhavan (“The Miseducation of Cameron Post”) who also stars.

Set to debut on Channel 4 and Hulu, “The Bisexual” has been pre-bought by Canal Plus Group for France and all its territories. Sky Network has also taken exclusive rights for New Zealand, and Stan has acquired exclusive rights for Australia.

The Bisexual” marks the TV debut of Akhavan whose latest film “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” (pictured) with Chloë Grace Moretz won the Grabd Jury Prize at Sundance. The series is produced by Hootenanny, a Sister Pictures company.

Now in post-production, “The Bisexual” explores the differences between dating men and women from the perspective of a person who finds herself doing both for the first time. The series is co-written by Akhavan’s long-term collaborator Cecilia Frugiuele. The show stars
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'The Breadwinner' takes rescheduled Dublin Film Festival audience award

'The Breadwinner' takes rescheduled Dublin Film Festival audience award
Event was delayed due to the extreme weather in early March.

Nora Twomey’s animation The Breadwinner has received the audience award at Dublin Film Festival, in a closing to the event delayed by the severe weather in early March.

The film, which was nominated for best animation at the 2018 Oscars, had its Irish premiere in February at the festival. Based on Deborah Ellis’ novel, it depicts Parvana, an 11-year-old girl from the streets of Afghanistan whose family fights for a better life under Taliban rule.

Kilkenny-based studio Cartoon Saloon provided animation for the film, which will be released in
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The Bisexual: Maxine Peake and Brian Gleeson Join UK Series That's Coming to Hulu

Hulu has an exciting new series from across the pond. This week, the streaming service announced Maxine Peake and Brian Gleeson have joined their upcoming TV show The Bisexual.From Desiree Akhavan, the comedy "explores the differences between dating men and women from the perspective of a person who finds herself doing both." The cast includes Eva Birthistle, John Dagliesh, Naomi Ackie, Niamh Algar, Saskia Chana, and Michelle Guillot.Read More…
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Dublin Film Festival unveils 2018 line-up

Lance Black’s Black 47 to open the event, which features seven world premieres.

Source: Iffr

‘Black 47’

The Audi Dublin International Film Festival (Feb 21- Mar 4) has announced its 2018 line-up.

Opening the 16th iteration of the event is the Irish premiere of Black 47. Lance Daly’s Great Famine-set thriller stars James Frecheville, Barry Keoghan, Moe Dunford, Hugo Weaving and Stephen Rea.

The closing night gala is C’est La Vie, from Olivier Nakache and Éric Toledano (The Intouchables).

Playwright and screenwriter Mark O’Rowe’s directing debut The Delinquent Season is one of seven world premieres. The cast includes Cillian Murphy and Eva Birthistle, both of whom will attend.

Other world premieres include Stacy Cochran’s Write When You Get Work and artist Alan Gilsenan’s The Meeting.

Guests at the festival include Bill Pullman, presenting his new western The Ballad of Lefty Brown; Lynne Ramsay with a special presentation of You Were Never Really Here; Nora Twomey with Oscar-nominated
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'Maudie' leads Irish Film and Television Academy awards nominations

Full list of nominations revealed for 15th edition of awards.

The Irish Film and Television Academy (Ifta) has unveiled the nominations for its 2018 film and drama awards.

Source: Sony Pictures Classics

Maudie

Now in its 15th year, the event celebrates the best in Irish film and TV from the past 12 months.

In the film categories, Aisling Walsh’s Maudie, starring Sally Hawkins, leads the way with six nominations including best feature film and director.

Cardboard Gangsters, Handsome Devil, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and The Farthest follow with five nominations, while The Drummer And The Keeper, The Killing Of A Sacred Deer, Maze and Michael Inside received four apiece.

The Lodgers, Pilgrimage, Song Of Granite all received three nods, while Lady Bird received two.

In the drama categories, Vikings leads the way on six nominations including best drama, while Game Of Thrones and Peaky Blinders received five each. Paula received four, Acceptable Risk and [link=tt
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The Last Kingdom: Season Two Moves to Netflix in Us (from BBC America)

Although The Last Kingdom TV show was not cancelled by BBC America, viewers on this side of the pond won't be able to watch the fictional British historical drama on that cable network. After the first season of the BBC Two series, Netflix boarded as a co-producer, so The Last Kingdom, season two, will be stream on Netflix in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, Japan, Spain and Portugal.Based on Bernard Cornwell’s book series, The Saxon Stories, season two of The Last Kingdom drops to Netflix on Friday, May 5, 2017. The large cast includes: Alexander Dreymon, Tobias Santelmann, Emily Cox, Thomas W. Gabrielsson, Joseph Millson, Matthew MacFadyen, Ian Hart, David Dawson, Simon Kunz, Harry McEntire, Amy Wren, Thure Lindhartdt, Eva Birthistle, Gerard Kearns, David Schofield, Peri Baumeister, Eliza Butterworth, Peter McDonald, Mark Rowley, Alexandre Willaume, Julia Bache-Wiig, Björn Bengtsson,
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Irish drama starring Andrew Scott, Cillian Murphy scores key deals

Irish drama starring Andrew Scott, Cillian Murphy scores key deals
Exclusive: Protagonist to handle sales and Element secures distribution rights to Parallel Films production backed by IFB and BFI.

The Delinquent Season, the directorial debut of Mark O’Rowe that stars Andrew Scott (Sherlock) and Cillian Murphy (The Dark Knight), has secured worldwide and UK deals.

Protagonist Pictures will handle worldwide sales for the project, a character-driven drama set in suburban Dublin, while Element Pictures Distribution will release in the UK and Ireland.

The film, supported by the Irish Film Board, RTE and the BFI, centers on two couples whose apparently solid marriages come under strain. Catherine Walker (Critical) and Eva Birthistle (Brooklyn) co-star.

Director O’Rowe is well-known for his stage plays, including Our Few and Evil Days and screenplays including Irish crime drama Intermission, starring Murphy and Colin Farrell, crime drama Perrier’s Bounty, with Murphy and Brendan Gleeson and Boy A, starring Andrew Garfield.

Murphy is a regular collaborator with O’Rowe, having starred
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12 Days of Christmas Horror: Day 8 – The Children (2008)

The Children, 2008.

Directed by Tom Shankland.

Starring Eva Birthistle, Hannah Tointon, Stephen Campbell Moore and Eva Sayer.

Synopsis:

Two families get together to celebrate Christmas and usher in the New Year, but a strange illness seems to be spreading around the children. Things soon take a horrifying turn as the illness turns the children from sweet little angels into murderous little devils, forcing the adults to fight for survival against their beloved children.

Let’s face it, we celebrate Christmas in such a grand colourful way for the benefit of children everywhere, with parents working their arses off to make the holiday a truly wonderful time for their little ones. Well, I don’t celebrate Christmas for the sake of children, mainly because A) I don’t have any children and B) I really don’t like the little sods.

So imagine my joy/horror to find the subject of today’s review,
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The Circuit pilot review

Louisa Mellor Aug 25, 2016

Pulling writers Sharon Horgan and Dennis Kelly are back with a wry, understated comedy pilot about middle-class awkwardness…

Adeel Akhtar and Paul Ready’s most famous scene in Dennis Kelly’s conspiracy thriller Utopia saw the latter gouge out the former’s eye with a spoon. The Circuit, written by Dennis Kelly and Sharon Horgan, reunites the pair for more torture involving cutlery. And placemats. And Le Creuset saucepans. And giant prawns of unspecified variety.

The Circuit is a character comedy set against the peculiar middle-class agony of the dinner party. If Channel 4 orders a series, each episode will presumably take place in the home of a new host Come Dine With Me-style. If you can picture Come Dine With Me populated by the cast of Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?

It says something about a comedy’s world outlook that its sanest, most
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Brooklyn

The story of a brave, innocent immigrant gets a glorious re-telling. Never fear, for this emotional but unsentimental tale of an Irish lass making big decisions features a breakout performance by Saoirse Ronan, an actress who melts hearts with one flash of her blue eyes... Brooklyn Blu-ray 20th Century Fox 2015 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 111 min. / Street Date March 15, 2016 / 39.99 Starring Saoirse Ronan, Jim Broadbent, Emory Cohen, Domhnall Gleeson, Julie Walters, Brid Brennan, Maeve McGrath, Emma Lowe, Fiona Glascott, Jane Brennan, Eileen O'Higgins, Peter Campion, Eva Birthistle, Emily Bett Rickards, Eve Macklin, Nora-Jane Noone, Mary O'Driscoll, Jessica Paré. Cinematography Yves Bélanger Film Editor Jake Roberts Original Music Michael Brook Written by Nick Hornby from the novel by Colm Toibin Produced by Finola Dwyer, Amanda Posey Directed by John Crowley

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

2015 brought us dynamic films about post-apocalyptic horrors, child molestation in Boston, a sex-change pioneer, and the 2009 economic meltdown. How happy it is then,
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Brooklyn review

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Fancy checking out one of the best films of the year? Here's our review of Brooklyn, starring Saiorse Ronan.

In amongst the showier performance-led movies to come this awards season, it's reassuring to see an unassuming coming-of-age story like Brooklyn receiving its fair share of plaudits too. Based on Colm Tóibín's novel of the same name, Brooklyn follows an immigrant's trans-Atlantic love song, set between south-east Ireland and New York City.

In the 1950s, Eilis Lacey (Saiorse Ronan) is a young Irish woman living in Enniscorthy who gets the opportunity of a lifetime when kindly priest Father Flood (Jim Broadbent) arranges for her to travel to Brooklyn and take up a job at a department store. Of course, Eilis jumps at the chance, but leaves behind her elder sister Rose (Fiona Glascott) and her mother Mary (Jane Brennan) for the glamour of America.

She becomes desperately homesick,
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Life’s a Breeze | Review

The Little Foxes: Daly’s Heartfelt Family Drama Pleasantly Rendered

Arriving with a bit more investment than its airy title would suggest, Lance Daly returns to Ireland for his latest film, Life’s a Breeze. A simple, working class fable, Daly fills in the schmaltzy pot holes with dry humor, relying on his comfortable cast to sustain the tale’s relatable charm. Pared down to a brisk eighty or so minutes, Daly’s film never outwears its welcome and proves to be a great showcase for the superb Fionnula Flanagan.

Times are tough for all over, and an extended Dublin family centered on matriarch Nan (Fionnula Flanagan) don’t seem to have many monetary options available to them. Her eldest son, Colm (Pat Shortt) is still living with mum and in his late forties, the house a mess with decades of old and useless belongings cluttering the rooms and halls.
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The State Within TV review: unknown knowns

A riveting BBC political thriller offering one of the most trenchant explorations yet of the sick symbiosis between big government and big business. I’m “biast” (pro): love Jason Isaacs and Ben Daniels

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

I wasn’t planning on writing anything about this. I only came across it on Netflix (it’s available in the U.S. and the U.K., but not Canada) because I’m crushing on Ben Daniels (just inducted into the Boyfriend Hall of Fame) and there were no Law & Order: UK reruns on at that moment and I needed a fix. And this had Jason Isaacs in it, too! Double yum.

But oh my god, now that I’ve finished all seven episodes — it’s a limited miniseries, so that’s all there will ever be — I feel like I
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‘Amber: The Complete Series’ DVD Review

Stars: Lauryn Canny, Eva Birthistle, David Murray, Levi O’Sullivan, Justine Mitchell, David Herlihy, Declan Conlon, Emily Nagle, Stella McCusker, Shauna Griffith | Created by Rob Crawley, Paul Duane

If there is one type of television show we’ve got a lot of right now it’s the drama. While mostly concentrating on murder and politics there are some though that look to hit a much more emotional nerve by using the subject of children. Amber is one of the latest to use children as the subject using the theme of abduction.

When fourteen year old Amber Bailey disappears her family are left in turmoil. As they search for her at her friends they find she lied about visiting there and with no sign of her return it’s left to the police and pleas to the public for any news on where she could be. As the days go by
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Amber DVD Review

Creators: Rob Cawley, Paul Duane

Starring: Eva Birthistle, David Murray, Lauryn Canny, Levi O’Sullivan, Justine Mitchell, David Herlihy, Declan Conlon, Emily Nagle, Stella McCusker, Shauna Griffith

Running Time: 199 minutes

Certificate: 15

We recently saw Wales unsuccessfully try and capitalise on the demand for serious crime drama with Hinterland and now it’s time for the Irish to give it a go with Amber, a four part series which deals with a young girl going missing. The show decides to follow the family and other people involved rather than tackling things from the police perspective. This adds a more emotionally charged story, and sometimes goes in perculiar directions which unfortunately don’t get anywhere. Despite these narrative decisions as well as jumping back and forth in time, the series is still highly predictable from the dialogue down to character arcs and reactions.

Perforamnce wise we have a beautifully crafted 199 minutes. There
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Calvary, Philomena scoop IFTAs

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Calvary, Philomena scoop IFTAs
Chiwetel Ejiofor and Judi Dench win top prizes at the Irish Film & Television Awards, as Calvary and Philomena are handed best film trophies.Scroll down for full list of winners

John Michael McDonagh’s Calvary picked up a hat-trick of awards at the 11th Irish Film & Television Awards on Saturday night including Best Film, Best Script and Best Actor, for Brendan Gleeson’s performance as a good-natured priest who must battle dark forces. The actor beat competition including his son Domhnall Gleeson, nominated for his role in About Time.

The ceremony in Dublin also saw Stephen Frears’s Philomena walk away with three prizes including Best International Film, Best Costume for the work of Consolata Boyle, and Best International Actress, for Judi Dench’s performance as a woman searching for her long lost son. Philomena Lee, whose true life story inspired the film, was in attendance

Vampire horror Byzantium also scored a hat-trick, winning Best Director
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Judi Dench, Michael Fassbender win at Irish Film and TV Awards

Judi Dench, Michael Fassbender win at Irish Film and TV Awards
Dame Judi Dench and Michael Fassbender were among the major winners at the Irish Film and Television Awards.

The ceremony was held in Dublin on Saturday (April 5), with the likes of Steve Coogan, Will Forte, Jeremy Irons and Jamie Dornan in attendance.

Dench was honoured as International Actress of the Year for her portrayal of a mother searching for her lost son in Philomena, with 12 Years a Slave's Chiwetel Ejiofor taking the male version of the prize.

Fassbender was named Best Actor in a Supporting Role for playing a brutal plantation owner in 12 Years a Slave.

Saoirse Ronan walked away with the Best Actress in a Leading Role Award for Byzantium.

Brendan Gleeson's performance in Calvary earned him Best Actor in a Lead Role, with the movie also winning the top overall prize of the evening.

Major television winners included Dornan for The Fall and Michelle Fairley for Game of Thrones.
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