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Finding Joy finally landed, but how did the nation take to Amy Huberman's latest role?

‘This is my own baby that I wrote.’

IF YOU FOLLOW Amy Huberman on Twitter, you’ll know that last night was a big moment for her.

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In recent days, the actress has shown a certain vulnerability when it came to the launch of her televisions series, Finding Joy, telling social media users: “It feels very exciting and scary as this is my own baby that I wrote.”

And at 9.35 last night, Amy was – in her own words – ‘scheduled to give birth to that baby.’

Yep, after much publicity, Finding Joy finally found its way on to our television screens.

But how did audiences take to the comedy, which follows Joy; a woman, who is working as a copy editor and navigating life in Dublin while still fresh from a break-up?

Well, the official reviews are in, and they’re mostly positive.

But let’s be honest, it’s the Twitter talk we’re really here for, and it’s a bit of a mixed bag, to be fair.

Finding Joy is a six-part series which will be airing on RTÉ One on Wednesdays.

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