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Chris O'Dowd Talks Playing His Own Imaginary Friend in His Semi-Autobiographical Sitcom 'Moone Boy'

10 July 2013 8:39 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

"Moone Boy," an Irish sitcom created by and starring "Bridesmaids" actor Chris O'Dowd arrives in the U.S. via Hulu today after premiering on the U.K.'s Sky1 last fall. Drawing from O'Dowd's childhood in Boyle, Ireland, in the '80s, "Moone Boy" recalls the comforting nostalgia of fare like "The Wonder Years" and "A Christmas Story," with a whimsical touch -- while the series sets out the charming adventures of 12-year-old Martin Moone (David Rawle), O'Dowd plays Sean Murphy, the boy's not particularly imaginative imaginary friend. O'Dowd co-wrote the series with Nick Vincent Murphy ("Hideaways"), and while the six-episode first season is currently being rolled out on Wednesdays on Hulu, a second and third season have already been commissioned by Sky. On a call with press, O'Dowd spoke about making the transition to writing and producing a TV series after starring in ones like "The It Crowd," "Girls" and "Family Tree. »

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Chris O'Dowd Talks Playing His Own Imaginary Friend in His Semi-Autobiographical Sitcom 'Moone Boy'

10 July 2013 8:39 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

"Moone Boy," an Irish sitcom created by and starring "Bridesmaids" actor Chris O'Dowd arrives in the U.S. via Hulu today after premiering on the U.K.'s Sky1 last fall. Drawing from O'Dowd's childhood in Boyle, Ireland, in the '80s, "Moone Boy" recalls the comforting nostalgia of fare like "The Wonder Years" and "A Christmas Story," with a whimsical touch -- while the series sets out the charming adventures of 12-year-old Martin Moone (David Rawle), O'Dowd plays Sean Murphy, the boy's not particularly imaginative imaginary friend. O'Dowd co-wrote the series with Nick Vincent Murphy ("Hideaways"), and while the six-episode first season is currently being rolled out on Wednesdays on Hulu, a second and third season have already been commissioned by Sky. On a call with press, O'Dowd spoke about making the transition to writing and producing a TV series after starring in ones like "The It Crowd," "Girls" and "Family Tree. »

- Alison Willmore

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