Our favourite Derry Girls will be on The Late Late Show couch tonight.
Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Louisa Harland, Nicola Coughlan, Jamie-Lee O’Donnell
Derry Girls went worldwide when it became available on Netflix last November but it first premiered on our screens on Channel 4 January 4th, 2018. So for those who have been watching it since then have had a very long wait for the second season.
Lisa McGee said that while an official start date has yet to be announced, it will air in March.
“They’re talking about March, early March. See, that’s all Channel 4. That’s when I think it will be released and we’re talking about doing a third series. Hopefully, if the second one goes well and everything goes according to plan, we’ll do a third series.”
We can expect the original cast including the return five teens attending a Catholic school in ’90s Northern Ireland. Nadine Coyle is also set to appear in the show this season. It has
Also on this week’s show is Killarney-born actress Jessie Buckley, journalist Dearbhail McDonald, Phillip Hannigan, father of the bestselling author Emma and Mixed Martial Arts fighter Graham McCormack.