Why I stopped watching RTE in 2016
RTE was the last major broadcaster in Ireland before it was acquired by the Irish broadcaster company, RTÉ.
The show is still available on RTÉ1 and RTÉ2 but has since been removed from RTÉ3 and RTL platforms, along with its sister TV3.
It’s a shame that, with a huge following of young people, the show’s popularity has been slowly declining.
The show had its best ratings in Ireland for three years and was nominated for many awards including best newscast and best drama series, before being pulled from RTTE in 2018.
It was recently brought back for a one-off episode in 2017 but it hasn’t aired since.
The show is the most popular Irish comedy programme of all time and was the reason why RTÉ cancelled the Irish version of South Park: The Stick of Truth.
In 2016, the broadcaster decided to bring the show back to the UK, but only after a major financial investment.
Now, a new Irish version is on the horizon, but the decision to bring it back to Ireland comes with some risks.
According to RTÉ’s website, the company has already invested €2 million into the new series.
The first episode of the new show will air on RTL1 in September 2018.
If it does well, the Irish production will be broadcast on RTTE1 and will have a bigger following than the previous version of the show.
A big part of the reason for the change in schedule is the fact that the Irish network has also decided to introduce the Irish-language version of The Voice into its lineup.
RTÉ has also announced that a new show from Ireland is in development called The O’Connor Show, which is said to have a similar theme to the show, but will be produced in an Irish style.
The O’Conners Show is the name of the Irish comedy duo who play the roles of the O’Connell brothers.