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Why Rory Cowan left Mrs Brown’s Boys

Rory Cowan chats about why he left Mrs Brown’s Boys and if he will ever go back. Last week the actor announced that he was he was leaving the show after 26 years but stressed it has nothing to do with Brendan O’Carrol the shows creator. The 58 year old has been a …

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The Irish Take Home National TV Awards

The National Television Awards took place in the London 3Arena on January 15th.  Graham Norton won the award for special recognition but he’s not taking it home yet. Backstage he confessed that there was some one forgot to thank: “This lovely award will turn to hell because as I was walking …

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IFTA: Best Male Performance for Soap/Comedy

Watch as Brendan O’Carroll accepts the IFTA Award for Best Male Performance for Soap/Comedy for his role in Mrs. Brown’s Boys from host Vogue Williams! The nominations for Best Male Performance for Soap/Comedy: Red Rock’s Sean Mahon for his role as Brian McGonigle, as is his co-star Patrick Ryan; Mrs Brown’s Boys’ …

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TV NEWS – Brown In The USA!

Brendan O’Carroll is heading to Hollywood with Madea – the US equivalent of Mrs Brown. Medea’s a tough no-nonsense elderly black woman, played by actor and director Tyler Perry. Madea is a household name in America and has been interviewed by some of the biggest names including Dr Phil and Oprah Winfrey. Check out …

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WATCH – Mrs Brown’s Live Funny Fail!

As grintage revealed  last week, a special episode of the hit Irish sitcom Mrs Brown’s Boys aired LIVE last Saturday on both RTE & the BBC. Leading man/woman Brendan O’Carroll had his cast in stitches during the live broadcast but this one moment stuck out in particular. Watch how his ‘son’ played by Rory Cowan reacts when Mrs Brown …

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The Best Irish Comedy On TV This Christmas

Be prepared! Maybe it’s bye bye to Netflix and YouTube for a week or so and this Xmas get back to watching TV screens with loved ones – plus the odd misfit of a neighbour or relation. And nothing is more enjoyable than sharing a laugh and we here in grintage thought it …

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