Join Joy Morris for another season of laughs in this Irish comedy. Building on her success as a vlogger , Joy launches her own video channel. But being an online influencer isn't as easy as it seems—especially when she's sharing office space with her cameraman and her tarot-reading roommate who can't pay the rent. 6 episodes, 2 1/2 hrs, 1 DVD. SDH.
Episode 1: Reborn
Joy has started her own channel, with Stan back on camera and new hire Emer on everything else. After brainstorming video ideas to earn more subscribers, the team sends Joy back to her old school to relive her teenage years.
Episode 2: Skin Is In
Emer organizes a crossover video with handsome Australian vlogger Will, who has perfect skin and a huge fan base. Joy is supposed to show Will around Dublin, but her nerves and an awkward Viking tour put a damper on the situation.
Episode 3: Baby Blues
When Trish asks Joy to watch her baby for the day, Joy decides to show her followers the joys of motherhood. Joy thinks it will be easy—until she runs into her ex-boyfriend Aidan at a baby music class.
Episode 4: It's in Your DNA
When Joy gets her DNA genealogy test results, she hopes to be able to fly off somewhere exotic, but it turns out her ancestors have more humble origins just outside Dublin. She and Stan travel to Bray, where Joy reconnects with her distant relative, Maeve.
Episode 5: Surprise!
Joy avoids Stan by taking Maeve on a surprise journey. Back in Dublin, Joy's team deals with a crisis caused by Will's new video, and Trish has family problems.
Episode 6: Moral Support
Reeling from the sudden death of a friend, Joy returns to Bray for the funeral. Things are still awkward with Stan, especially when his girlfriend—Joy's roommate—joins them on the trip.
Run Time: 3 hours
Number of discs: 1
Foreign Language Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: HD 1.78
Audio Format: 5.1 Surround
Content disclaimer: Contains strong language and sexual situations
Behind the Scenes (36 min).
Amy Huberman, Paul Reid, Kerry Howard, Hannah James-Scott
"Delightful" — The Washington Post's Express
"Huberman is immensely likeable" — Radio Times
"A warm, funny, and irreverent look at modern Ireland" — The British TV Place