Kathy Burke’s ITV drama Holding Details On Storyline, Cast Members And Release Date

Kathryn Burke has adapted Graham Norton’s best-selling novel Holding into a new drama for ITV. Siobhan McSweeney, Brenda Fricker, and Conleth Hill, who starred in Game of Thrones, will appear in the four-part series set in the fictional town of Duneen in West Cork, Ireland. As Sergeant PJ Collins, Conleth’s character is a disillusioned local police officer who lives in seclusion and spends his days eating comfort food and doing mediocre police work.

As an outsider in life, he’s characterized as kind yet lonely, as well as a lousy worker. For the first time in his career, PJ is called upon to investigate a serious murder when the body of long-lost local icon Tommy Burke is uncovered. PJ ultimately connects with the town he has been trying so hard to escape by uncovering long-buried secrets. We also know a few more things about the series:

Release Date Details

Kathryn Burke: Money Talks premiered on C4 at 10 p.m. ET on Monday, July 5, 2021 Monday, July 12 at 10 p.m., C4 broadcast the second episode of the show. All4 has made it available to the public.

Storyline Details

‘The Great Pottery Show Down’ co-host Siobhan McSweeney, who portrays Brd Riordan, a timid, clumsy woman who was supposed to marry local icon Tommy Burke before he disappeared, on Channel 4. Sergeant PJ Collins (Conleth Hill) is entrusted with solving Tommy’s murder after his body is found. This is his first serious case.This week Brenda Fricker plays Lizzie Meany, PJ’s timid neighbor who has been struggling with demons and secrets.

Cast Members Details

Conleth Hill, Siobhan McSweeney, Brenda Fricker, Helen Behan, and Pauline McLynn feature in the show. Norma Sheahan and Norma Liberty also appear in the show, as do Amy Conroy and Olwen Fouéré. Gary Shelford plays Belgravia, while Lochlann ‘Meárain portrays Smother, while Sky Yang portrays Halo, while Demi Issac Oviawe portrays The Young Offenders, and Anne Kent portrays Bridget and Eamon (Fair City).

In addition to Rea, Jane Spollen and Jim O’Donnell, there are Michael Fry, Maria Connolly and Ian Brooker. Abhainn Harrington and Christopher Logan are also on the list along with Terhas Gleeson and Ivet Corvea.

In her own words, Siobhán McSweeney “A better screenplay, set, and crew are hard to imagine. Being back in Cork is a dream come true for me.” In addition, Brenda Fricker stated: “To be a part of this fantastic production in Skibbereen, and to finally not play a mother, makes me very happy. A bit of a dark horse, Mrs. Meany, is a candidate. Keep a close check on her despite her harrowing past.” Kathy Burke is directing the drama, which is now being filmed in west Cork.


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