Articles Tagged 'Sharon Horgan'

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‘Catastrophe’ Set for Two More Seasons

Catastrophe began with a one-night stand that turned into a weeklong fling, resulting in a surprise pregnancy and is now heading into a third and fourth season. That’s a pretty good run with it all starting off so happenstance. Okay, clearly the relationship in the show wasn’t planned so much, but co-creators Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney have been working […]

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WATCH: Sarah Jessica Parker Stars in ‘Divorce’

Ever since we heard about HBO’s upcoming comedy series Divorce we’ve been psyched, and for two major reasons. Reason One: Sarah Jessica Parker. She’s a brilliant comedy actress, and this is a major new vehicle for her talents. She plays Frances, who suddenly begins to reassess her life and make a fresh start, though she finds […]

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WATCH: The Trailer for ‘Catastrophe’ Season 2

If you’re game for a hilarious Brit binge, look no further than Amazon’s Catastrophe starring Pulling‘s Sharon Horgan and comedian Rob Delaney. The London-set sitcom tells the story of a visiting American ad exec Rob (Delaney) who hits it off with Irish schoolteacher Sharon (Horgan, naturally). After a week of sex romps, Sharon discovers she’s […]

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So THAT’S What Happened To Baby Jane!

Yep, you read that picture caption correctly. The Joan Crawford on the right there is indeed Mark Gatiss – Mycroft Holmes from Sherlock, among a great many other things. He’s appearing a new show on Sky Arts, as  part of their Playhouse Presents strand. And it languishes under the astonishing title “Psychobitches.” The (possibly slightly […]

WATCH: Two Doctors In One Trailer

After the fun and games of the musical festive trailer for BBC One, there has now been a second trailer released, showing clips from some of the dramas which will be airing over the next few weeks. I know, it’s a rotten trick to show you this stuff and not the shows themselves, but look! […]