The first trailer for the second season of The Irishman is out and we’ve got some details to share about what to expect.
The new season, which is set to air on Sunday on BBC1, sees the characters embark on a new adventure after a horrific car crash left them stranded on the shores of the Irish Sea.
The series, produced by the same team behind Game of Thrones, is about a group of six young men who, after a night of partying, are attacked by a group believed to be connected to the Irish mob.
This is a fictionalised version of the group, but the producers say it’s a real-life Irish mob known for its brutality.
It’s a dark time in Irish history and this is a chance to explore a bit more about the Irish underworld, but it’s also a chance for us to explore what it’s like to be Irish and to explore some of the darker things in Irish society, such as the way people interact with their families, and the way the Irish community has been affected by the events of recent years.
The trailer also features footage from the first season of the show, which we’re excited to share with you.
It’s all about the journey and we really wanted to show that, with our own actors, the characters have the courage and the strength to go back and make this journey.
We know that this is going to be a very different experience to the one we’ve seen in previous seasons.
It’s going to have a very dark and gritty tone, but we’re also excited about bringing some of that into the show and showing what people can do with their own unique skill set.
The Irishmans is a show about the people and places in a place called The Shire.
It is set in the Shire, an area of County Clare, in Northern Ireland, and it is one of the most remote and rural parts of Ireland.
It is also the most heavily populated region in the UK.
It has one of Britain’s largest communities of Irish people.
It airs on Sunday at 8pm on BBC One.