Can't Cope, Won't Cope
Can't Cope, Won't Cope is Irish Drama TV series. Produced by Deadpan Pictures. Stars: Seána Kerslake, Nika McGuigan, Sheila Moylette. It first aired on Sep 19, 2016, on RTÉ2. The series has 7.3 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Of Can't Cope, Won't Cope Are There: 2 (12 episodes)
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Season premieres on April 23, 2018
RTÉ2, 6 episodes
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Season premieres on September 19, 2016
RTÉ2, 6 episodes
Can't Cope, Won't Cope is on RTÉ2 (Ireland) Mondays at 6 pm
S2E6 (This is the End) - Air Date: May 28, 2018 (about a year ago)
'On the lash for five episodes': Can't Cope, Won't Cope ready for a dramatic finale - Irish Times - via Irishtimes
But Kate’s annoyed with Aisling for sleeping with her brother (to be fair, Aisling had no idea he was Kate’s brother when he picked her up at Coppers). And when the company nearly loses a client because Aisling has been sharing confidential information about them with Danielle, Kate warns Aisling to “get your shit together”.
'Can't Cope, Won't Cope' is snapped up by the BBC but will Amy Huberman return? - Independent.ie - by Independent
The RTE comedy-drama, centred on two women in their 20s living in Dublin, will be back, but show creator Stefanie Preissner could not confirm if Huberman, who played the boss of Seana Kerslake’s character Aisling, would be returning.
Watch: Sneak peek of tonight's new episode of Can't Cope, Won't Cope - Entertainment.ie - by Entertainment
The previously inseparable friends are now adjusting to life apart after falling out at the end of season one, with Danielle now in Vancouver studying while Aisling has returned to Mallow after being fired from her job. As you can see below, her mother isn't letting her rest on her laurels long.
Youth in revolt - the stars of Can't Cope, Won't Cope on series return - by Independent
Nika McGuigan can identify with Danielle's self-doubts, and was initially terrified of acting. "Well both myself and Seána were very lucky to be around a family like the Sheridans who were very influential for both of us, and so I grew up around film sets a little bit." Nika's dad coached Daniel Day Lewis for his role in Jim Sheridan's 1997 film The Boxer, and Kirsten Sheridan gave Seána an early break in her 2012 drama Dollhouse.