London Irish follows the antics of four ex-pat Northern Irish 20-somethings in London. Written by Derry girl Lisa McGee, someone who knows a thing or two about 'the craic' in world's best ... See full summary »
Marcella is an aspiring actress recovering from a relationship break up. Despite her optimistic attempts, and with help from her friends, therapist and driving instructor, she is unable to get her life back on track.
A wonderful series based on a group of friends who attend a weekly trivia competition. Their lives, their loves, their dramas. The writers who wrote this series are the same writers who created Outrageous Fortune.
Coming-of-age drama about lovable rogues Conor and Jock as they navigate their awkward teenage years, hatching plans and adventures to help distract from their tough home lives and their inability to stay out of trouble at school.
I respectfully disagree with the 1 star review - yes you're meant to think Eamon is a moron and like all characters, the great ones are never the main/lead roles (See Ep 3 - Frank in the bed!). Having grown up in the 80's with Irish family members on both sides of the border, there are references and idiosyncrasies within the script that have kept me chuckling and the black-market condom scenes were brilliant. Comparing Bridget & Eamon to Seinfeld is pointless, as B&E isn't trying to be intelligent. Given the similarities I've seen between the characters and my own Irish family members I imagine a great proportion of the script is inspired by their own experiences. The costume, titles, cinematography help paint the 80's vibe - which I love. The show reminds a little of Father Ted.
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