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Can’t Cope Won’t Cope 2 nominated for 2019 Celtic Media Festival Award

Posted by Deadpan Pictures on April 3, 2019  /   No Comments

We’ve very pleased to announce that Can’t Cope Won’t Cope Season 2 has been nominated for a 2019 Celtic Media Festival Drama Award! The 40th annual Celtic Media Festival awards will take place in Aviemore on 4th – 6th June 2019. Can’t Cope Won’t Cope 2 sees Aisling and Danielle struggling with the new normality of being apart. We meet Aisling after she’s had her soul sucked out of her by small town Mallow for an entire summer. Meanwhile in Vancouver, Danielle is struggling despite having her wish for more art and less Aisling come true. Nominees from across the UK, Ireland and Europe will compete across 23 award categories at the festival, …

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Can’t Cope Won’t Cope S2 now on Irish&UK Netflix

Posted by Deadpan Pictures on February 25, 2019  /   No Comments

Yipee!!! Can’t Cope Won’t Cope Season 2 is now available on Irish & UK Netflix. Catch it here. So that’s the whole series, both seasons, there to watch. And you can still find it on international Netflix too. “The perfect binge” – Entertainment Weekly “One to watch..gleeful fun” – The New York Times “Best of 2018” – The Irish Times

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Two Deadpan shows on Irish Times’ ‘Best of 2018’ round up

Posted by cinema4z8 on December 12, 2018  /   No Comments

Not one but TWO of our shows have been included in The Irish Times’ ‘best of the year’ round up – Can’t Cope Won’t Cope (Season 2) & Women on the Verge. Thank you for all the love throughout 2018! Loads of fab projects in the pipeline for next year, watch this space 😍   Full article below, which first appeared here Tue, Dec 11, 2018: The best (and worst) TV of 2018 The Year in Review: Young Offenders and Red Rock among our television favourites Peter Crawley Hits of 2018: Cant’s Cope Won’t Cope, Finding Joy, Taken Down, Daniel and Majella’s B&B Road Trip, Patrick Kielty’s My Dad, the Peace Deal and …

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Entertainment Weekly calls Can’t Cope Won’t Cope ‘the perfect binge’

Posted by Deadpan Pictures on August 15, 2018  /   No Comments

More accolades from across the pond for Can’t Cope Won’t Cope, both seasons of which are now available on Netflix international. The below article was first published on the Entertainment Weekly website on 13th August 2018. Enjoy!   Irish friendship dramedy Can’t Cope Won’t Cope should be your next Netflix binge Karl Hussey/RTE ESME DOUGLAS August 13, 2018 at 06:21 PM EDT Originally published here. Irish TV dramedy Can’t Cope Won’t Cope follows two twenty-something best friends, Aisling (Seána Kerslake) and Danielle (Nika McGuigan), as they drink and party their way through Dublin. Though the girls, Aisling, a thrillseeker who works in finance, and Danielle, an even-tempered art student focused on graduating, are inherently …

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Can’t Cope Won’t Cope ‘one to watch’ in The NYT

Posted by Deadpan Pictures on August 8, 2018  /   No Comments

Can’t Cope Won’t Cope is one to watch in The New York Times this week, with both seasons now playing on international Netflix. Originally published on The New York Times website, 6th August 2018:   I Like Damaged Protagonists Nika McGuigan, left, and Seána Kerslake in “Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope.” RTE   ‘Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope’ When to watch: Now, on Netflix. Aisling (Seána Kerslake) and Danielle (Nika McGuigan) are two Irish women in their 20s who have left their smaller hometown for the big city, where the bulk of their lives is spent on wild, binge-drinking nights and miserable, hung-over mornings. Their friendship swings from selflessly devoted to toxic and damaging, often …

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News in The Sunday Business Post

Posted by Deadpan Pictures on July 23, 2018  /   No Comments

There we are in The Sunday Business Post, sharing great news about new film Four Kids and It and also Can’t Cope Won’t Cope Series 2 (which is on international Netflix at the mo)  Read the article online here.

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Can’t Cope Won’t Cope Series 2 (2018)

Can’t Cope Won’t Cope Series 2 sees Aisling (Seána Kerslake) and Danielle (Nika McGuigan) struggling with the new normality of being apart.   We meet Aisling after she’s had her soul sucked out of her by small town Mallow for an entire summer. She has a job in a local financial establishment, but in typical Aisling style she throws in the towel at the first signs of trouble. Meanwhile in Vancouver, Danielle is struggling despite having her wish for more art and less Aisling come true. There is no-one at her side to roll her eyes at when the super politically correct art school culture in Vancouver starts grating on …

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Can’t Cope Won’t Cope Begins Filming Series 2

Posted by Deadpan Pictures on November 13, 2017  /   No Comments

Deadpan Pictures’ hit comedy drama ‘Can’t Cope Won’t Cope’ has returned and started shooting series 2 in Dublin today. Once again it stars the magnetic talent of Seana Kerslake (A Date for Mad Mary) and Nika McGuigan (Traders) as our leading ladies. The 6-part half-hour series is written by Stefanie Preissner (Solpadine is my Boyfriend), being produced by Ailish McElmeel (Nowhere Fast/Halal Daddy) and with director Imogen Murphy (Redrock) taking the reins for season 2. Can’t Cope Won’t Cope Series 2 sees Aisling and Danielle struggling with the new normality of being apart. We meet Aisling after she’s had her soul sucked out of her by Mallow town for an …

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