Navanman Stuart Carolan, writer of 'Love/Hate'
'Love/Hate', written by Navan man Stuart Carolan, will return to the screens on 11th November, RTÉ has announced.
RTÉ promises an eventful start to season three, where audiences will be greeted with King Nidge (played by Tom Vaughan-Lawlor), who is starting to become dissatisfied with his new found power, as well as his home life with wife Trish (played by Aoibhinn McGinnity) and the fact that he is going bald.
Robert Sheehan also returns as Darren, who is coming to terms with the loss of both his brother and his girlfriend, while Fran (played by Peter Coonan), is released from prison, but is still holding a grudge.
Relationships in the gang are further tested when Tommy (Killian Scott) continues to see Debbie (Susan Loughnane) behind Siobhan's (Charlie Murphy) back, and when one of the gang is accidentally shot, Nidge declares war on a rival crime organisation.
New cast members joining the gun-wielding gang for season three include Git, who is played by Jimmy Smallhorne, Georgina, played by Eve Macklin, and Dano, played by Jason Byrne.
The cast shot the series over 11 weeks in various locations around Dublin including Donnybrook, Dolphin's Barn, Finglas, Tallaght and more.
Stuart Carolan wrote the script for 'Love/Hate', with David Caffrey directing. RTÉ funded the Octagon Films production, which was produced by Suzanne McAuley, Steve Matthews and executive produced by James Flynn. Season three returns to RTÉ One on Sunday, November 11, at 9.30pm.