Roisin joins Jimmy Carr, Johnny Vegas, Joe Wilkinson, Tom Allen, Rhod Gilbert, Susie Dent and Rachel Riley for the final episode of the series of 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown… Tonight, 9pm on Channel 4.
Roisin joins David Mitchell, Big Narstie, Katherine Ryan, Richard Ayoade and Noel Fielding for The Big Fat Quiz of the Year on Boxing Day, 9pm on Channel 4.
Tune into Sky One tonight at 10pm to catch Roisin chatting about GameFace on The Russell Howard Hour
Ahead of GameFace starting on E4, this is a brand new clip.
Roisin is a guest on tonight’s episode of Have I Got News for You alongside James O’Brien and guest host Alex Armstrong… 9pm on BBC One
Roisin’s brand new sitcom, GameFace, will air on E4 at 9pm on October 12.
Read Roisin’s interview with Chortle about her new series here.
GameFace, the hit Comedy Blap written by and starring Roisin, has been commissioned for six episodes by E4.
The series will follow Marcella as she tries to navigate the changing landscape of her 30s all the while reflecting the absurdity and inanity of modern life.
Pauline McLynn (Father Ted, Shameless) plays Marcella’s mum with Francis Magee (Witless, Game of Thrones, Rogue One) as her furious dad and Dylan Edwards (Wasted, Pramface) as wayward brother Billy. Damien Molony (Crashing, Being Human) plays her long-suffering driving instructor Jon, Nina Toussaint-White (Uncle, Emmerdale) and comedian Caroline Ginty play Lucy and Caroline, Marcella’s best friends and flatmates, and Dustin Demri Burns (Cardinal Burns, Pyschobitches) is ex-boyfriend Simon.
Roisin will be appearing on the Jonathan Ross show alongside Richard Gere, Jack Black and Berry Gordy tonight at 10pm on ITV 1.
Tune into BBC Two tonight at 10pm to see Roisin on Live at the Apollo alongside Nick Helm and host Russell Kane.
Game Face, the sitcom pilot written by and starring Roisin, has been commissioned for six half-hour episodes by E4.
Roisin stars as Marcella, a thirtysomething woman trying to get her life on track with the help of her friends.
Roisin will also return as ‘Jo’ for series 3 of Man Down which has been recommission by Channel 4.