RTÉ2 have announced a new female-led comedy about life in the midlands called Nowhere Fast.
Up and coming comedian Alison Spittle is behind the new series, which “chronicles the hilarious trials of a boomerang generation as seen by returning millennial Angela” according to the station.
“Fresh from a disaster in her media career in the big smoke, Angela goes home to lick her wounds and plan her next move.
“With a razor sharp script and a stellar cast, RTÉ2 viewers can expect lots of drinking in fields and mates having meltdowns, with mammy at home to pick up the pieces.”
The cast includes Moone Boy’s Clare Monnelly, Genevieve Hulme Beaman, Red Rock’s Cathy Belton and Moone Boy’s Mark Doherty Moone Boy.
The series is produced by Deadpan Pictures, who are also behind Can’t Cope Won’t Cope.