Wednesday October 21, 2020

TV Review: No joy means it’s time for Huberman to get serious

The second series of Finding Joy is undermined by poor dialogue and jokes that are barely jokes at all

18th October, 2020
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Amy Huberman in Finding Joy on RTÉ 1

Finding Joy (RTÉ One)

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