Meeting as "shades" after their unexpected deaths, Mark and Maeve team up to try influencing the world they can't seem to leave.
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Series cast summary:
Dervla Kirwan ...  Maeve Sullivan 6 episodes, 2001
Sally Hurst Sally Hurst ...  Jo Roberts 6 episodes, 2001
Stephen Tompkinson ...  Mark Roberts 6 episodes, 2001
Hannah Bridges Hannah Bridges ...  Rachel Roberts 5 episodes, 2001
Peter O'Brien ...  Freddie Thompson 4 episodes, 2001
Sophie Carlton Sophie Carlton ...  Nathalie 4 episodes, 2001
Cathryn Harrison ...  Emily Thompson 3 episodes, 2001
Jacinta Mulcahy ...  Dr. Howe 3 episodes, 2001
Rachel O'Meara ...  Sarah Beauchamp 3 episodes, 2001
Patrick Godfrey ...  Ed 2 episodes, 2001
Paul Goodwin Paul Goodwin ...  Meteorologist 2 episodes, 2001
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Hereafter is a touching and funny human drama, starring Stephen Tomkinson and Dervla Kirwan. This six part series tells the stories of two lost souls, who in death have the opportunity to right some of the wrongs of the life they have left behind, and to learn some harsh truths about themselves. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Fantasy

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 August 2001 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Shades See more »

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Runtime:

(6 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Okay but a little annoying
23 February 2016 | by dtdenver-987-925546See all my reviews

Reuniting the leads of Ballykissangel probably seemed like a great idea. But Kirwin is rather unlikeable, much like her always-mad-about-something character in Ballykissangel but jabbering endlessly here instead of silently pouting. Tompkinson is extremely whiny and has the same look of confusion that we assumed meant angst in his previous role as a priest. Interestingly, they were the first to dump Ballykissangel for greener pastures and the show really suffered for it. They were the dour straight men off of whom the quirky fun characters were able to shine. They're still the dour straight men - but that's about all there is to them. I'm only a few episodes in and it's not quite bad enough to give up on - so I'll keep going another episode I suppose. Not a glowing recommendation there.


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