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Nowhere Fast – directed by Simon Gibney – arrives next week

Simon Gibney directs Nowhere Fast, a new six part comedy series about a millennial who returns to her small, Irish hometown. Created by stand-up comedian Alison Spittle and co-written with Simon Mulholland and Cian McGarrigle, the show airs on Mondays at 10pm on RTÉ2. A new trailer clip can be seen here.

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New comedy-drama series The Indian Detective – directed by Sandy Johnson – coming this month

Canadian comedian Russell Peters stars in the brand new, four part comedy-drama The Indian Detective, directed by Sandy Johnson. Shot between South Africa, India and Canada, the series has it’s Canadian premiere on Thursday November 23rd at 9pm (ET/PT) on CTV – with a global release on Netflix to come this December. Check out this sneak peak trailer here.

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Ghostwatch celebrates it’s 25th anniversary this Halloween

On Halloween night, 1992, Ghostwatch – the infamous horror mockumentary from LSM writer Stephen Volk and director Lesley Manning – screened on BBC One and subsequently sent the nation into a panicked frenzy.

The New Statesman recently released this in depth retrospective article here. Keep an eye out over the Halloween period for more pieces, including one from the BBC themselves next week.

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Wildwoods – with episodes directed by Simon Gibney – now airing on RTÉjr

The brand new pre-school, puppet comedy series Wildwoods kicked off it’s run this past Monday, with upcoming episodes directed by Simon Gibney. The first series, comprising 26 eleven minute episodes, airs every day on RTÉjr at 8:30am and 4:00pm. Check out a trailer over on their Facebook page here.

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Emily Greenwood’s new horror short coming to Sky Arts this Halloween

It Should Have Been Me, the latest short film from director Emily Greenwood, is one of a handful of Halloween shorts from Sharon Horgan’s Merman Films for Sky. Commissioned by Sky Head of Comedy Jon Mountague and Comedy Commissioner Morwenna Gordon, the films will be released on-demand on 23rd October before airing on Sky Arts on the 31st.

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