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Stefanie Preissner's series 'Can't Cope Won't Cope' is now on Irish Netflix

Now you’ve got a chance to re-watch before series two is released.

PastedImage-8379 Source: Netflix

IN 2016, RTÉ aired the first series of Can’t Cope Won’t Cope.

Starring Seana Kerslake (of A Date for Mad Mary) and Nika McGuigan of Traders, it told the story of a messy 27-year-old Irish woman and her best friend who’s unsuccessfully trying to rein her in.

The pair of them can’t say no to a bit of Coppers and struggle as their responsibilities catch up on them. After two years, the show has finally been added to Netflix.

cant cope Source: Netflix

Which gives you a chance to catch up before the second series is released. The RTÉ series was picked up by BBC last February and was made available through BBC Three later in the year. Preissner said that was probably because it “takes ages to translate the Cork accents.”

Source: RTÉ2/YouTube

The second series of Can’t Cope Won’t Cope began filming in November 2017 so we’ll probably see it on Irish screens at some stage this year.

PastedImage-77916 Source: Netflix

It picks up again with Aisling, who has had her soul sucked out of her by spending the summer in Mallow and like always, Aisling and Danielle have all of the opportunities they need to get where they want, but struggle to make the right decisions for themselves.

Stefanie announced the news on Twitter, and even added that it’s available on Netflix Canada for anyone living abroad who wants to catch up.

PastedImage-32444 Source: Stefanie Preissner/Twitter

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