'The Restaurant' Season Six | Virgin Media One
'The Restaurant' returns and sees some of your favourite Irish celebrities swap their day jobs for oven gloves including Cork’s finest Demi Isaac Oviawe ('Holding' and 'The Young Offenders') who will join Marco Pierre White and Rachel Allen in the kitchen as the diners eat and critique their meal all while guessing who it could be behind the kitchen doors.
'Gogglebox Ireland' Season Eight | Virgin Media One
Ireland's most opinionated and entertaining TV viewers are back for a brand-new series, offering their opinions on some of the most memorable TV screened during the past week from the comfort of their own homes.
'The Masked Dancer' Season Two | Virgin Media One
Hit dancing competition /guessing game hosted by Joel Domnett and based on the Korean format 'King of Mask Dancer'. 12 celebrity performers wear costumes whilst performing to conceal identities all whilst celebrity judging panellists attempt to reveal the secret identities.
ON DEMAND AND BOXSETS
'Desmonds' Seasons 1-6 | Available Now
'Desmond's' was first shown on Channel 4 in 1989 and ran for six years. Although 'Desmond's', set in a Peckham barbershop, was described as an 'ethnic sitcom' it still reached a mainstream audience and appealed to all ages and cultures in Britain.
'Brassic' Season Four | Available Now
Joe Gilgun and Michelle Keegan are back in a brand-new fourth season of Sky Max comedy-drama 'Brassic', with more dodgy deals in the offing for Vinnie and his mates.
'Lightyear' | Oct 1
From Disney and Pixar comes an animated sci-fi action-adventure — the
definitive origin story of Buzz Lightyear (voice of Chris Evans), the hero who inspired the toy. 'Lightyear' follows the legendary space ranger on an
intergalactic adventure alongside ambitious recruits, Izzy, Mo and Darby, and his robot companion Sox. As this motley crew embark on their toughest mission yet, they must learn to work as a team to escape the evil Zurg and his dutiful robot army who are never far behind.
'Elvis' | Oct 3
A thoroughly cinematic drama, Elvis's story is seen through the prism of his
complicated relationship with his enigmatic manager, Colonel Tom Parker. As told by Parker, the film delves into the complex dynamic between the two spanning over 20 years, from Presley's rise to fame to his unprecedented stardom, against the backdrop of the evolving cultural landscape and loss of innocence in America. Central to that journey is one of the significant and influential people in Elvis's life, Priscilla Presley.