Amy Huberman returned to our screens last night in new RTÉ four-part drama Striking Out, which received a largely positive reception on its debut.
The new show sees the actress star as Tara Rafferty, a lawyer who finds her fiancé sleeping with another woman just two weeks before their wedding.
If you missed it, you can catch up here.
The show also made Dublin look absolutely gorgeous and featured some epic home-grown tunes but some eagle-eyed Twitter users spotted a few inaccuracies.
Here’s the verdict…
#strikingout not realistic. Who has their hen on a week night?
— Catherine Wall (@catherine_wall) January 2, 2017
— Fionnaigh Connaughton-O’Connor (@doradaisy) January 1, 2017
Would you really go to the bother of hanging the dress on a hanger after the night she’d had? I think not. #StrikingOut
— Anita Murphy (@AnitaCMurphy) January 2, 2017
So #StrikingOut is basically the Irish version of The Good Wife. Noticing a lot of similarities.
— Cat (@ACatMage) January 1, 2017
Only blooper I could see is that the Sex Club is on Harcourt Street, not Leeson Street. And it’s not Coppers. #StrikingOut
— Patrick Conboy (@pat_conboy) January 1, 2017
Thought the sex club was on Leeson street? Last I checked the Luas doesn’t run down there! #StrikingOut
— Orla (@orlabaz) January 1, 2017
— Gearóidín McEvoy (@GaRoDean) January 1, 2017
A normal Irish Mammy would perfectly murder Eric for cheating and still have time to cook the dinner. #StrikingOut
— Pádraig McCann (@Padraig_McCann) January 1, 2017
Call me old-fashioned, but I wouldn’t be driving from Dublin to Killiney Hill via the Glen O’ The Downs… #StrikingOut
— Philip Nolan (@philipnolan1) January 1, 2017
#StrikingOut hey where’s the practising cert,pi cover… is Amy cpd compliant??? The questions that ruin Irish drama!!!!
— Anne FitzPatrick (@anne_amfitz10) January 1, 2017
I have never lived in Dublin, and even I knew you can’t get from the Docklands to the courts that fast. #StrikingOut
— Alan (@nalanaheem) January 1, 2017
— Fred Tuite (@fredtuite) January 2, 2017