Such was the interest in joining the cast of Ros na Run, TG4’s Irish language drama that more auditions will be held at the end of April.
Ireland's only dedicated TV film show is back. A brand new series of Box Office kicks off on Virgin Media Two on Friday, October 19th at 9pm.
Next up from the team behind the immensely entertaining documentary Crash and Burn is another local tale Anseo i lár an Ghleanna (In the Shadow of the Glen), which will air on TG4 on December 27th at 9.30pm.
Academy Award-nominated Irish director Lenny Abrahamson is set to direct a new adaptation of Sally Rooney’s Booker prize-listed novel Normal People.
BBC Three and BBC Comedy have announced that they have commissioned a further six episodes of Irish comedy The Young Offenders from producers Vico Films.
CCCahoots Productions has released the first trailer for their new RTÉ comedy series, The School, about a fictional Co. Cork primary school.
Daltaí an Chaisleáin (BBC Two Northern Ireland, Monday 12 February, 10pm) is a new four-part series from BBC Gaeilge which focuses on the people whose dedication turned this medieval castle into a modern school, the obstacles they faced and continue to face as the school doubles in size.
BBC Three to bring RTÉ’s female-centred, darkly comic drama series, Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope, to UK audiences later this year.
Nicole Kidman, Per Saari, Bruna Papandrea, Theresa Park and Cecelia Ahern to produce a TV series based on Ahern’s upcoming book of short stories, ROAR.
Irish TV today announced a major new deal with Tata Communications, that will allow the station is to extend its reach to audiences worldwide.