Mrs Brown’s Boys

I will be very interesting to see how this does at the box office considering how well it does in the ratings here.

MrsBrown'sBoys2Fourth season of Mrs Brown’s Boys a long way off

A fourth season of Mrs Brown’s Boys doesn’t look likely to hit screens any time before late 2014. The workload of creator and lead actor Brendan O’Carroll is such that he is unlikely to be able to write the next run until next year.

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9:30pm Thursday, December 6 on TV One

Brilliantly funny Irish comedian Brendan O’Carroll stars as outspoken Irish mammy Agnes Brown in TV ONE’s comedy series, Mrs Brown’s Boys.

Tonight, get into the Christmas spirit with a brand new episode of Mrs Brown’s Boys.

All over Dublin, mothers are excitedly looking forward to seeing their loved ones return home for Christmas, but Mrs Brown is depressed.

Her son Trevor is on the missions in Canada, and can’t afford to make it back, and Maria’s posh mum Hillary is pressing the newlyweds to spend Christmas at her place.

Agnes decides to compete for their love by providing an even more lavish Christmas celebration than Hillary’s – even if Buster is having trouble delivering the turkey.

9:30pm Thursday, September 6 on TV One

Brilliantly funny Irish comedian Brendan O’Carroll stars as outspoken Irish mammy Agnes Brown in TV ONE’s comedy series, Mrs Brown’s Boys.

Join Agnes Brown as she indulges in her favourite pastime – meddling in the lives of her six children! Whether she’s tackling love, life, death or dealing with the in-laws, Mrs Brown is one mammy that you don’t mess with.

In tonight’s season finale, Agnes tries to make friends with Dermot’s mother-in-law, Hillary, ahead of the baby’s birth and suggests they go out to dinner together.

However, the evening comes to an abrupt end for the two feuding matriarchs when expectant mum Maria goes into labour, and the Browns are forced to rush her to hospital.

9:30pm Thursday, August 2 on TV One

Brilliantly funny Irish comedian Brendan O’Carroll stars as outspoken Irish mammy Agnes Brown in TV ONE’s comedy series, Mrs Brown’s Boys.

Join Agnes Brown as she indulges in her favourite pastime – meddling in the lives of her six children! Whether she’s tackling love, life, death or dealing with the in-laws, Mrs Brown is one mammy that you don’t mess with.

Continuing into season two, Agnes and the Brown family anxiously awaits the fruits of their fraud. After faking Granddad’s death in order to get a payout, the insurance company is starting to get suspicious.

Agnes desperately tries to keep Granddad out of sight, as she has promised the money to Dermot and Maria, who want a place of their own.

9:30pm Thursday, July 12 on TV One

Brilliantly funny Irish comedian Brendan O’Carroll stars as outspoken Irish mammy Agnes Brown in TV ONE’s new comedy series, Mrs Brown’s Boys.

Join Agnes Brown as she indulges in her favourite pastime – meddling in the lives of her six children! Whether she’s tackling love, life, death or dealing with the in-laws, Mrs Brown is one mammy that you don’t mess with.

Tonight, Mrs Brown mistakenly invites Maria’s snooty mother, Mrs Nicholson, to dinner. Finding out that Mrs Nicholson is so sophisticated that she has two toilets in her house, Mrs Brown has one fitted in an under stairs cupboard in order to impress her guest.

9:30pm Thursday, June 21 on TV One

Brilliantly funny Irish comedian Brendan O’Carroll stars as outspoken Irish mammy Agnes Brown in TV ONE’s new comedy series, Mrs Brown’s Boys.

Join Agnes Brown as she indulges in her favourite pastime – meddling in the lives of her six children! Whether she’s tackling love, life, death or dealing with the in-laws, Mrs Brown is one mammy that you don’t mess with.

Tonight, with her family at each others’ throats, Agnes dishes out advice that makes matters even worse, and forces her daughter Cathy to intervene. After a blazing row, Agnes’ beloved son makes a decision not even she could have predicted.

Prepare for a riot of bad behaviour – It’s a little bit rude, a little bit crude and hysterical fun for everyone.