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21 minutes ago, Section_31 said:

Ciaran Hinds never gets the credit he deserves, he's always brilliant, he'll always be Caesar to me though. 

 

I honestly thought he was Eastern European and his accent was just really good until I googled him. 

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2 hours ago, Elite said:

Love/Hate is phenomenal once it gets going.

 

As for Kin, it's top class. The dad is a great villain, as utterly repulsive a character as you'll likely see. Totally believable too.

 

He (Bren) also played Yoren in Game of Thrones. Himself, Charlie Cox, Claire Dunn (Amanda) and Ciaran Hinds were great in this series. 

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2 minutes ago, NoelM said:

 

He (Bren) also played Yoren in Game of Thrones. Himself, Charlie Cox, Claire Dunn (Amanda) and Ciaran Hinds were great in this series. 

 

Fucking hell so it is! He's boss in GOT as well. One terrifying horrible bastard in Kin though, and as Elite said, completely believable. 

 

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On 12/12/2023 at 11:00, Elite said:

Love/Hate is phenomenal once it gets going.

 

As for Kin, it's top class. The dad is a great villain, as utterly repulsive a character as you'll likely see. Totally believable too.

Love/Hate is really good. Two seasons in and I’m loving it. Hidden away on itv X, get involved. It’s easy to see where Kin came from. Brian Gleason is a proper edgy psycho.

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30 minutes ago, Captain Howdy said:

Into series 3 now, my word where has this series been hiding. An absolute beauty

 

Gonna have to give this a go. Waiting for series 3 of Kin is making me want to invade Ireland with my romantic long hair 

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16 minutes ago, halewood pete said:

Just watched series 1 on iplayer.,fantastic. 

Where can I get series 2?

 

I had to watch 2 on the dodgy stick (hi officer) , if you can get RTE it's on that. I think 2 is coming onto IPlayer in the next few months 

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