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2 items from 2014

Karen Hassan talks new roles, Hollyoaks and future career plans

5 November 2014 4:01 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Karen Hassan's popular Hollyoaks character Lynsey Nolan may have met a tragic end in summer 2012, but TV and film fans haven't seen the last of the actress as she has a number of new projects being released in the coming months.

The former soap star will be seen reprising her role as Annie Brawley in series two of The Fall later this month, while she has also recently been filming a brand new part in historical drama Vikings for the History Channel.

Digital Spy recently caught up with Karen for a chat about her new jobs, her future plans and her memories of playing Lynsey.

How would you sum up life after Hollyoaks?

"Leaving Hollyoaks is definitely a transition because you're moving on from a regular job where you're working in the same place every day and you have security. Stepping out of the show is a brave move, »

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You, Me & Them’s first series is endearing, but rarely all that funny

24 March 2014 8:40 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

You, Me & Them, Series 1

Written and created by Steve Turner

Available streaming on Acorn.TV

A sitcom has two primary jobs in terms of becoming a success: to build a world viewers will want to continue spending time in, and to make them laugh. The former is perhaps the more daunting task, but both are nebulous, hard to measure, and difficult to figure out in advance. British television is often vaunted as superior to its American counterpart, but if American TV has one advantage, it is that the increased episode orders on network television give American sitcoms time to find themselves in their first season. You, Me & Them, the new sitcom from writer/creator Steve Turner, does a decent job at building out a world and cast of characters worth spending time with, but in its six-episode first season, it all too often forgets to be funny.

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- Jordan Ferguson

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