BLOODLANDS returns Feb 6


BLOODLANDS Season 2, starring award-winning Irish actor James Nesbitt will premiere on Monday, February 6. This season DCI Tom Brannick (Nesbitt) returns as the murder of a crooked accountant unravels a trail of greed that threatens to expose the true identity of the legendary assassin codenamed Goliath.

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Eve Hewson of BAD SISTERS honoured

Bad Sisters

Eve Hewson, the Irish actress now starring alongside Sharon Horgan on the dark Apple TV+ comedy BAD SISTERS, will be saluted at the 17th annual Oscar Wilde Awards in March, it was announced Monday. Hewson will receive the Wilde Card Award, which event organizer Trina Vargo, president of the US-Ireland Alliance, notes is used “to bring attention to rising talent who may not yet be a household name, but who we expect will be.”

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Siobhán McSweeney catch-up

Derry Girls

The actor and presenter on saying goodbye to DERRY GIRLS, her role in Disney’s new superhero comedy EXTRAORDINARY, and why she’s been given her own ‘infant’ table on POTTERY THROW DOWN. The Cork-born actress also discusses the possibility of a Sister Michael spin-off, the potential privatization of Channel 4 and how a feminine spirit has returned to Ireland.

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Ireland at the Golden Globes

The Golden Globes

The annual Golden Globes ceremony is due to make a star-studded return tonight following a muted ceremony in 2022 – and it could be a great night for the Irish. Kerry Condon, Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Domhnall Gleeson and Barry Keoghan, and THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN writer-director Martin McDonagh are among this year’s nominees. Condon, Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Keoghan are nominated for their performances in McDonagh’s film.

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Jamie Dornan on THE TOURIST

Jamie Dornan

This week, the BBC sat down virtually with Jamie Dornan (‘The Man’) and Chris Sweeney (Director) for a compelling deep-dive into THE TOURIST, covering everything from THAT opening scene to THOSE flies! Hurt, alive, but no idea who he is. Lost in the Australian outback, he’s running from a past he can’t remember – and someone wants him dead.

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Laurence O'Fuarain

Irish actor Laurence O’Fuarain looks quite the part as fans were treated to the Netflix prequel THE WITCHER: BLOOD ORIGIN. Based off the best-selling video game, THE WITCHER kicked off in 2019 to critical acclaim as fans became obsessed with the story of Henry Cavill’s Geralt, a mutated monster hunter who battles people and beasts.

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Tommy Tiernan

THE TOMMY TIERNAN SHOW will be back for a seventh season in 2023. The brand-new series will run for 12 weeks, commencing on January 7. The popular chat show will air on RTÉ and maintains the format where Tiernan remains in the dark about who the guests are until they reach the stage. You can also catch Tommy in the epic new RTÉ documentary series EPIC WEST, which tells the story of the West of Ireland through the rich body of culture it has inspired, now on RTÉ Player.

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TREASON now on Netflix

Ciaran Hinds

Belfast-born Ciaran Hinds plays Sir Martin Angelis in TREASON, now on Netflix. The drama follows Adam Lawrence, trained and groomed by MI6, whose career seems set. But when the past catches up with him in the form of Kara, a Russian spy with whom he shares a complicated past, he is forced to question everything and everyone in his life.

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Everything Cillian Murphy

Cillian Murphy

Born in Cork, Ireland, Cillian Murphy is probably today’s generation’s most popular and well-loved actor. His versatility, humility, and charm have made him pretty well recognized and well-accepted both within the inner circle of Hollywood as well as among the die-hard movie buffs. The 46-year-old Irish actor has attained a substantial amount of critical acclaim by collaborating with some notable directors and producers in Hollywood, but his most popular show was, by all means, PEAKY BLINDERS.

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Charlie Murphy

HAPPY VALLEY Season 3 is finally back for season three, and we couldn’t be more excited to find out how the story wraps up. For those who don’t remember, Tommy (James Norton) is the convicted rapist who is believed to have raped Catherine’s daughter, which led to the birth of her son Ryan (Rhys Connah), and later to her suicide. Tommy was sent to prison for abducting and raping a Yorkshire local named Ann Gallagher (Charlie Murphy), and, at the end of series one, abducted Ryan in order to carry out a murder-suicide, which was foiled by Catherine.

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