Derry Girls proved a huge success with viewers when it first aired in January and we’ve been getting very excited about season two – which completed filming last Friday.
The laugh-out-loud show follows the lives of four schoolgirls in Derry during the 1990s and it captured the hearts of viewers, going far beyond just a comedy.
The Channel 4 series became the most successful Northern Irish TV show based on views since records began in 2002.
Now one of the show’s cast members has revealed when fans can expect to see the second season and hinted that a film version could also be on the way.
Comedian Tommy Tiernan, who plays Da Gerry, appeared on Today FM’s The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show where he confirmed that fans will definitely get a third season, while a movie has been discussed.
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HYDERABAD: Asserting that the Modi government at the Centre was committed to the development of Telangana, Union minister Smriti Irani on Tuesday alleged that the ruling TRS had ‘failed’ to take the central schemes to people at the grass root level.
Addressing an election rally at Nizamabad, she said if voted to power, the BJP would provide bicycles at free of cost to girl students from class VII to X, besides scooter at 50 per cent subsidy to young ladies pursuing higher studies.
Highlighting the promises made in the BJP manifesto for December 7 assembly elections in Telangana, the information and broadcasting minister said her party would waive farm loans up to Rs two lakh and provide free borewell to farmers.
She claimed that as many as 20 lakh families in Telangana were given free gas connections under Ujjwala Yojana scheme and the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government had sanctioned … Read More
The Tianshun Road and Bridge Company, a Chinese company, on Tuesday started the reconstruction works of the Miteri (friendship) bridge that connects Tatopani in Sindhupalchok to Khasa in Tibet. The bridge that was damaged by the 2015 earthquake has remained closed for the past three years.
“We have started constructing a part of the bridge that was damaged by the flood,” Dabuti Sherpa, the Vice Chairperson of Bhotekoshi Rural Municipality quoted a Chinese bridge contractor as saying.
Sherpa said the Chinese contractor plans to complete the reconstruction within May 2019.
Similarly, the China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC) has been repairing the Liping road in Sindhupalchok that was damaged in the 2015 earthquake and the Bhote Koshi floods the next year. The Liping road that connects the dry port in Larcha is also a part of the Barhabise-Tatopani stretch. The Chinese government has directed the CRCC to complete the construction of … Read More