3 November, 2018 11:16:40With the end of the year on the horizon, we ask: what’s next in Irish TV?
With the exception of the highly anticipated season four premiere, it’s been a tumultuous year for the industry, and for viewers.
The Brexit and Trump-era turbulence has taken a huge toll on Irish TV, and we’re not sure how long it will be before we start to see a return to some semblance of normalcy.
The show that has helped to define the new era of television has never been about the news, or about political issues, but rather about the people and the place in which they live.
It has always been a show about people, but it has always also been a story about how they make decisions about their own lives.
It is the kind of show that tells stories of people from a broad range of backgrounds and different experiences.
It also explores the impact that media has on the lives of those living in our community.
Its also the kind that allows you to connect with the people you know on a personal level.
That is why its been so important for me and my team to continue to work closely with the production company that created the series.
I have been very fortunate to be part of the very best show on TV, the only one on Irish television, which has always defined me as a person.
Its something I will never be able to replicate, and that is why I have so much faith in the people at the BBC and its team.
I want to thank the production team at BBC Ireland, which helped to create the very first Irish series, for their invaluable contribution.
We will never forget that work.
The staff at BBC Northern Ireland will never give up hope that they will be back in Ireland in a few years.
The BBC is now working closely with ITV on the next generation of Irish drama.
I am incredibly proud of the work that we have done and look forward to the opportunity to return to the BBC.
I am grateful to the cast, crew and creative team at the Belfast-based BBC Northern Irish, who helped to bring this new era to life.
The show has been a tremendous pleasure to work on.
The crew have done a wonderful job, and I can’t wait to watch it come to life on TV.