Normal People streaming on Lionsgate Play is nominated for two Golden Globes

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Mumbai: The awards season is here and multiple shows streaming on Lionsgate Play are receiving nominations and accolades from across the world.

Multiple-award nominee, Normal People, has most recently been nominated for 2 Golden Globe awards in the category Best Actress, Limited Series & Best Limited Series (Anthology Series or TV Motion Picture).

Directed by Lenny Abrahamson and Hettie Macdonald Normal People  is an Irish drama television series. The show follows actors Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones playing central characters, Connell and Marianne. Based on a book by Sally Rooney, Normal People is shot in a quaint Irish town as Connell and Marianne attempt to find themselves, as their lives intertwine with each other. With an 8.5 rating, the show with 12 episodes has also been recognized as The New York Times BEST TV SHOWS OF 2020 and have been nominated four times for Emmy awards for Acting, Casting, Writing and Direction.

Another showstopper streaming exclusively on Lionsgate Play is The Goes Wrong Show. Directed by Martin Dennis, The Goes Wrong Show, is a British theatrical comedy made up of laugh-out-loud moments that will leave you clutching your stomach. Each 30-minute episode charts the cast, consisting of Henry Shields, Jonathan Sayer, Bryony Corrigan, and more as they take on out of the box ambitious endeavors that go catastrophically wrong!

The series has garnered a massive 8.5/10 rating on IMDB. The show has recently been nominated for Best Returning Sitcom and Comedy of the Year by the Comedy.co.UK Awards!

Receiving brilliantly positive reviews, the show takes us on the wild journey of The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, as each cast member takes on a new character for the play that they’re performing. And as one mishap after another unfolds so does our laughter! The show was renewed for a second season in December 2020; so, if you want to chase away your mid-January- blues, there’s nothing better than this side-splitting comedy!

The show was renewed for a second season in December 2020; so, if you want to chase away your mid-February- blues, there’s nothing better than this side-splitting comedy!