Killinaskully returned to the Irish television screen | Instant News


Whist, children! Killinaskully returned to the Irish television screen.

Since the introduction of the new Covid-19 government restriction, many people have called on RTE to repeat the hit TV shows from the past in an effort to help replace the social blues that alienate them with nostalgia.

Events such as Glenroe, Know Your Sport, School Around the Corner and Where in the World have been requested but fit the bill as one of the first shows, Killinaskully.

This comedy details a strange incident in a fictional Irish village located in the hills of Ireland and features some funny characters such as Cllr Willie Connors and Sergeant Dick O’Toole.

The creator of the event, Pat Shortt announced the news on C103’s Cork Today.

Speaking with the host Patricia Messenger, the comedian said: “I started watching it again recently and it really stood out, was very fun and was very enjoyable.

“This is exactly what people need right now, a little escape.”

Shortt also delivered news that the show was 20 years old. 13 years since the last episode aired.

No, you feel old. Oak!



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