Moone Boy

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  • TV-14
  • 2012
  • 3 Seasons
  • 8.1  (6,479)

Moone Boy is a British sitcom that was created and written by Chris O'Dowd and Nick Vincent Murphy. The show follows a young boy named Martin Moone (David Rawle) who has a very active imagination and often seeks the advice of his imaginary friend, Sean Murphy (Chris O'Dowd), to help him navigate through his life in Boyle, County Roscommon, Ireland during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Martin is the youngest member of his family which includes his parents, Debra and Liam (played by Deirdre O'Kane and Peter McDonald), and his three older sisters, Trisha, Fidelma, and Sinead. Trisha is the oldest and resents Martin for being the youngest and getting all of the attention. Fidelma is the academic overachiever who is trying to get into Yale, and Sinead is the rebellious teenager who is constantly getting into trouble. Throughout the series, Martin gets into all sorts of adventures and mischief with Sean by his side. He also has a crush on his neighbor, Padraic, who is obsessed with Vikings and often tries to convince Martin to join his club. Martin's school life is filled with bullies and a strict principal, who is always trying to break up his friendship with Padraic. Moone Boy is a hilarious and heartwarming show that captures the essence of growing up in a small town with a big imagination. The show is set in the late 1980s and early 1990s, which provides a nostalgic trip down memory lane for viewers who grew up during that time period. The show is known for its quirky characters, witty writing, and fantastic performances. Chris O'Dowd's portrayal of Sean is one of the standout performances of the series. He provides the perfect balance of wisdom, absurdity, and humor as Martin's imaginary friend. David Rawle also delivers an impressive performance as Martin, capturing the innocence and curiosity of a young boy. Moone Boy also tackles important themes such as family dynamics, bullying, and self-discovery. The show explores the complicated relationships between siblings and the challenges of growing up in a family where everyone is trying to find their place. Martin's friendship with Sean provides him with a safe space to explore his interests and feelings without fear of judgment. Moone Boy ran for three seasons and 18 episodes from 2012 to 2015. The show received critical acclaim and won several awards, including an International Emmy for Best Comedy in 2013. The show's popularity also led to a book series based on the show, which was written by Chris O'Dowd and Nick Vincent Murphy. In conclusion, Moone Boy is a delightful and charming show that will leave you laughing and feeling nostalgic. The show's quirky characters and witty writing make it a must-watch for anyone who loves comedy and coming-of-age stories. Despite its short run, Moone Boy has left a lasting impact on audiences and is a true gem in the world of television.

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Seasons
Gershwins Bucket List
6. Gershwins Bucket List
April 6, 2015
Martin and Sean discover that Grandad's Alzheimer's has led to the return of his childhood imaginary friend, a piano-playing swingin' cat, who's enjoying his last hurrah and wants to fulfill his bucket list before Grandad kicks it.
Bells N Smells
5. Bells N Smells
March 30, 2015
Dessie is eager to move his family out of the Moone home, so decides to launch a new business - Boyle's first Catholic bookshop. Liam is less convinced that this will be a "Ëścash cow' so moves on to Plan B - building them an extension in the garden.
Unidentified Feckin Objects
4. Unidentified Feckin Objects
March 23, 2015
Soon after a UFO sighting, Martin's donkey mysteriously disappears, so he assumes it's been abducted by aliens. The media eagerly report his tall tale, which doesn't go down well with the Town Council who are trying to promote a gentler image of Boyle.
Fecks Lies and Videotape
3. Fecks Lies and Videotape
March 16, 2015
Fidelma, Dessie and Baby Rose move into the Moone house, making the cramped quarters even tighter. Hoping that Grandad might offer his empty house, the Moones bring him over from the nursing home and make their own house look as awful as possible.
The Plunder Years
2. The Plunder Years
March 9, 2015
When Padraic briefly runs away from home, the Moones discover that his parents are having marital problems. The troubled Padraic takes to shoplifting and is joined by Martin and Sean on his crime spree.
Where the Streets Do Have Names
1. Where the Streets Do Have Names
March 2, 2015
To celebrate their wedding anniversary, Liam and Debra abandon the kids and head for the sunny south-east. Meanwhile Martin and Padraic spend the weekend in Dublin and discover their hidden talents as encyclopedia salesmen.
Description

Moone Boy is a British sitcom that was created and written by Chris O'Dowd and Nick Vincent Murphy. The show follows a young boy named Martin Moone (David Rawle) who has a very active imagination and often seeks the advice of his imaginary friend, Sean Murphy (Chris O'Dowd), to help him navigate through his life in Boyle, County Roscommon, Ireland during the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Martin is the youngest member of his family which includes his parents, Debra and Liam (played by Deirdre O'Kane and Peter McDonald), and his three older sisters, Trisha, Fidelma, and Sinead. Trisha is the oldest and resents Martin for being the youngest and getting all of the attention. Fidelma is the academic overachiever who is trying to get into Yale, and Sinead is the rebellious teenager who is constantly getting into trouble.

Throughout the series, Martin gets into all sorts of adventures and mischief with Sean by his side. He also has a crush on his neighbor, Padraic, who is obsessed with Vikings and often tries to convince Martin to join his club. Martin's school life is filled with bullies and a strict principal, who is always trying to break up his friendship with Padraic.

Moone Boy is a hilarious and heartwarming show that captures the essence of growing up in a small town with a big imagination. The show is set in the late 1980s and early 1990s, which provides a nostalgic trip down memory lane for viewers who grew up during that time period.

The show is known for its quirky characters, witty writing, and fantastic performances. Chris O'Dowd's portrayal of Sean is one of the standout performances of the series. He provides the perfect balance of wisdom, absurdity, and humor as Martin's imaginary friend. David Rawle also delivers an impressive performance as Martin, capturing the innocence and curiosity of a young boy.

Moone Boy also tackles important themes such as family dynamics, bullying, and self-discovery. The show explores the complicated relationships between siblings and the challenges of growing up in a family where everyone is trying to find their place. Martin's friendship with Sean provides him with a safe space to explore his interests and feelings without fear of judgment.

Moone Boy ran for three seasons and 18 episodes from 2012 to 2015. The show received critical acclaim and won several awards, including an International Emmy for Best Comedy in 2013. The show's popularity also led to a book series based on the show, which was written by Chris O'Dowd and Nick Vincent Murphy.

In conclusion, Moone Boy is a delightful and charming show that will leave you laughing and feeling nostalgic. The show's quirky characters and witty writing make it a must-watch for anyone who loves comedy and coming-of-age stories. Despite its short run, Moone Boy has left a lasting impact on audiences and is a true gem in the world of television.

Moone Boy is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (19 episodes). The series first aired on September 14, 2012.

Where to Watch Moone Boy

Moone Boy is available for streaming on the BBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Moone Boy on demand at Apple TV Channels, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Google Play, Hoopla and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    September 14, 2012
  • IMDB Rating
    8.1  (6,479)