Just in time for Easter, Acorn TV subscribers will find themselves with a real treat with charming new Irish TV series Finding Joy.
The hilarious new comedy series stars Amy Huberman as Joy, who is perfectly happy with her life. It’s neat and tidy and just how she likes it. Sure, her long-term boyfriend, Aidan, has left her, but Joy is fine with it. She’s certainly not suffering from heartbreak and stress-induced incontinence like canine Aidan. Things are totally fine the way they are – That is until Joy unwittingly lands herself a new job filling in for Ireland’s most-beloved vlogger, Flora the Happy Hunter. This unwanted promotion throws Joy firmly out of her OCD level of control and forces her to deal with a world she has put great effort into avoiding; one full of oversharing, boundary breaking, messy housemates, one-night stands, and full-contact wrestling; all in the name of learning about the crazy, uncomfortable and new-age methods people use to find – well joy.
Described by The Washington Post as a “delightful and often ribald screwball comedy”, Finding Joy is sure to give all those in lockdown a good dose of much needed comedy, and will arrive on screens on April 13.
In addition to Finding Joy, audiences can also check out the likes of charming mystery series Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, starring, and which will have them primed for her big screen debut in Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears.
There’s also the second season of the intense Jack Irish starring Aussie heavy-hitter Guy Pearce as the titular former lawyer turned debt collector, and for those who like crime-thrillers with an edge, Jack irish has it all.
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