It seemed like everyone tuned in for RTÉ's new comedy Nowhere Fast, and everyone loved it
Good news for fans of home grown talent.
Tonight at 10pm, RTÉ 2 debuted their new comedy Nowhere Fast, created by and starring Alison Spittle.
It tells the story of Angela, who has just been fired due to a massive disaster in her media career. She returns to her family home in a small town in the Midlands to lick her wounds and plan her next move.
As the show aired, viewers took to Twitter to sing the show's praises, including the incredible one-liners, the total relate-ability, and Spittle's absolute talent on show.
I’ve been far too invested in the fake game of Winning Streak on #NowhereFast SPIN THE WHEEL, for the love of god!
— Muireann O'Connell (@MuireannO_C) November 13, 2017
— James Kavanagh (@JamesKavanagh_) November 13, 2017
"Things to do before you turn 21: Unite Ireland" #NowhereFast is gas and makes me want to go on Winning Streak
— Síomha 'burly, curly (@Siomha_McQ) November 13, 2017
— Ed Cahill (@Edd_Cahill) November 13, 2017
— CROSSY (@CrossyTweets) November 13, 2017
Now I maybe biased in my judgment & after working with the award winning @CathyBelton on the hit @RedRockTV3 she is no doubt the best signing in @RTE2 new home grown comedy #NowhereFast superbly written by talented @AlisonSpittle best comedy since #EamonandBridget ??????
— Philip O'Malley (@philipomalley81) November 13, 2017
— ? Ed Smith ? (@edsongsofpraise) November 13, 2017
"Anthony Creggan looks like a lad who wanks over briquettes" - has there ever been a funnier opening to a show on RTE? ??? #nowherefast
— Rob Magee (@robmagee86) November 13, 2017
— Carol C. (@TeddyGirlCarol) November 13, 2017
First time in a long time I've laughed out loud at an RTÉ programme #nowherefast ??
— Emma (@sneakyhostess) November 13, 2017