As the rest of the country is shutting down for the approaching Storm Emma, the TV industry won’t cease its operation. The media is one of the essential services that needs to keep working during the likes of a storm. RTÉ are providing live updates of the storm as it prepares to hit the coast
On Saturday night, Ireland’s much-loved game show Winning Streak celebrated their 1000th show. Over the 28 seasons, a total of 5935 people have taken more than €168 million in prizes. Presented by Marty Whelan and Sinead Kennedy, the 1000th episode of Winning Streak was aired on Saturday 24th February 2018. The game show began on
There is a bit of everything on this weekend. Whether its sports, games shows or drama. Let’s start with Friday Friday the 23rd February: The Late Late Show live from RTÉ studios will be on RTÉ1 from 9:35pm: The guests include Marty Whelan and Sinead Kennedy ahead of winning streaks 1000th episode, and Phil Coulter
The annual IFTAs awards took place on Thursday, the 15th of February at the Mansion House in the capital. The Irish Academy Awards celebrate and honour the very best in Film, Television Drama, Feature Documentary, Live Action Short and Animation. Some of Ireland’s finest actors walked the red carpet for Ireland’s equivalent to the Oscars.
RTE announced that it has formed a new partnership with the Irish Film Board to support new Irish Scripted comedy projects, with export potential. Following the success of shows like Can’t Cope Won’t Cope and Bridget & Eamon, which have been sold to the BBC and UK TV respectively, and the upcoming series based on
‘Pablo’ marks the first children’s TV series to include a child with Autism in the leading role. It is also the first ever TV programme with an all-autistic core cast. The 52-episode series, combining live action with 2D animation was created and produced by Belfast-based company, Paper Owl Film with the animation by Dublin-based Kavaleer
The world’s greatest dating show is coming to TV3 this autumn with Ireland’s top funnyman Al Porter stepping into the role of mischievous matchmaker. The 24-year old TV star was revealed as the host of TV3’s version of the Saturday night classic, originally hosted by Cilla Black. The witty and god-natured comedian was the perfect