Sharon Horgan


‘Bad Sisters’ Creator Sharon Horgan Says a Holiday Tradition Helped Her Find a Key Location | Wrap Video

Jumping in a freezing cold body of water will definitely send adrenaline through your system, and if you’re making a TV show, it could also help inspire a great idea — like where to shoot a significant scene. That’s the story behind a key set location in the Apple TV+ series “Bad Sisters,” creator Sharon Horgan revealed in the latest installment of TheWrap’s video series “How I Did It,” which is sponsored by Apple TV+.
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Apple TV+ Debuts Trailer For New Dark Comedy BAD SISTERS From Sharon Horgan

Apple TV+ today unveiled the trailer for its new witty and darkly comedic murder mystery series “Bad Sisters,” the latest comedy from Emmy Award nominee and BAFTA Award-winning creator and star Sharon Horgan. The 10-episode series will debut globally with the first two episodes on Friday, August 19, followed by one new episode weekly every Friday through October 14.
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‘Bad Sisters’ Trailer: Sharon Horgan Leads A Group Of Sisters That May Have Killed Their Sh*tty Brother-In-Law

Lately, starring in features like “Together” with James McAvoy and “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” with Nicolas Cage, for actress Sharon Horgan, simply working in front of the screen is not enough. Coming this Fall to Apple TV+, created by and starring Horgan, is the dark comedy and thriller series “Bad Sisters.” The first trailer for the upcoming show is now available online for those looking for thrills to add to their humor.

Sharon Horgan on working with PJ Harvey for new ‘Bad Sisters’ theme

Sharon Horgan has told NME about collaborating with PJ Harvey for her forthcoming Apple TV+ show Bad Sisters – revealing that the iconic singer-songwriter has recorded a version of Leonard Cohen’s 1974 track ‘Who by Fire’ as its theme tune. : Sharon Horgan: “I still give...

Sharon Horgan says Liam Gallagher loves her show ‘Motherland’

Sharon Horgan has recalled how Liam Gallagher praised her hit comedy series Motherland when the pair crossed paths at one of his recent shows. Co-written by Horgan, the BAFTA-winning sitcom follows a group of middle-class mums in west London as they attempt to navigate their chaotic lives and deal with primary school politics.

Sharon Horgan: “I still give a shit – but way less of a shit than I used to”

Whenever Sharon Horgan is approached by fans, she assumes they’re going to talk to her about Catastrophe, her hit parenting comedy with Rob Delaney. She rarely imagines they’ll discuss Motherland, the more-recent sitcom she co-wrote about the tumultuous politics of mums at the school gate. Yet last month, praise arrived from unexpected quarters, as she stood side-of-stage at a mammoth Etihad Stadium gig in Manchester.

BAFTA TV Awards: Sharon Horgan & James McAvoy-Starring ‘Together’ Beats Jack Thorne’s ‘Help’ To Single Drama

Click here to read the full article. The James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan-starring single BBC drama Together has won the BAFTA TV Awards for Best Single Drama. The show beat off competition from Jack Thorne’s Help for Channel 4, along with Sky Arts’ Death of England: Face to Face and Channel 4’s I Am Victoria. The one-off film from Shoebox Films, Sonia Friedman Productions and BBC Film followed a family through the Covid pandemic, taking a first-person camera approach. Collecting the awards, the execs read out a statement from the UK campaign group lobbying for an inquiry into Coronavirus. “The government’s response has gone from strange to careless to negligent...
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Sharon Horgan on Breaking Into Hollywood in Her 40s

Growing up in County Meath, Ireland, I would write little monologues and perform them to nobody. I remember telling my mom that this is what I was going to do and that I was going to be successful at it. I don't know where the hell that came from — and I still don't. It took ages for me to actually build the confidence to have a go at show business, though I picked up some useful skills from being raised in Ireland that served me well along the way.
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Sharon Horgan: “You have to be learning all the time, or you get lost”

“Every single time I make anything, I decided to not continue,” says Sharon Horgan, laughing. “Every. Single. Time. Most people in this industry would say the same thing because, as lucky as we are to be doing something we love, bringing our dreams to life is quite exposing.” She is talking from the set of her latest project, Jack Thorne’s BBC drama series Best Interests, where her tightly packed schedule means she has only just broken for lunch at 3.30pm.

Sharon Horgan Apple Dark Comedy Series ‘Bad Sisters’ Reveals Main Cast

Click here to read the full article. Sharon Horgan’s new Apple series has set its main cast. The series, now titled “Bad Sisters,” will star Horgan, Anne-Marie Duff, Eva Birthistle, Sarah Greene, and Eve Hewson as the Garvey sisters. Claes Bang, Brian Gleeson, Daryl McCormack, Assaad Bouab, and Saise Quinn also star. The series follows the lives of the Garvey sisters bound together by the premature death of their parents and a promise to always protect one another. The show was originally ordered at Apple back in September with a 10-episode order. It is expected to debut later this year. It is...

Apple TV+ unveils Sharon Horgan series 'Bad Sisters'

March 24 (UPI) -- Apple TV+ is giving a glimpse of its new series from Sharon Horgan. The streaming service shared an official title and first-look photo for the dark comedy series, Bad Sisters, on Thursday. Bad Sisters is based on the Belgian series Clan, created by Malin-Sarah Gozin. The...
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Apple TV+ announces Sharon Horgan-led dark comedy series 'Bad Sisters'

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. — Apple TV+ has announced a new dark comedy thriller series dubbed "Bad Sisters," created by Emmy Award nominee Sharon Horgan and featuring an ensemble cast.

Sharon Horgan 'is secretly dating Tim Burgess'

Sharon Horgan is reportedly dating Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess. The 51-year-old actress has been a fan of Tim, 54, since she was a teenager and their friendship has now developed into a romance. A source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: "Sharon and Tim have kept their relationship low-key but...