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Citation needed, the fourth season began broadcasting on 7, the opening episode of season four attracted 970,600 viewers on RTÉ One.
Nidge : The only way he'd find that out is if he done the Ouija board.RTÉ News and mafia 2 review pc Current Affairs.S03e1 - Season 3, Episode 1 s03e2 - Season 3, Episode 2 s03e3 - Season 3, Episode 3 s03e4 - Season 3, Episode 4 s03e5 - Season 3, Episode 5 s03e6 - Season 3, Episode.Love/Hate is gone and will never be back.Retrieved Love/Hate' springs surprise on fans with return in three weeks".39 ifta edit Year Category Nominee(s) Episode Result 2011 Actress in a Lead Role (TV/film) Ruth Bradley Season 1 Won Drama Series/Soap Suzanne McAuley Season 1 Won Director Television David Caffrey Season 1 Won Writer Television Stuart Carolan Season 1 Won Actor in a Lead.Retrieved 16 November 2010.
In November 2014 RTÉ stated that a sixth series would be made, but the show would be taking a year-long break in 2015.
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37 The fifth series of Love/Hate opened with over 976,400 viewers tuning in on 38 Awards and nominations edit Love/Hate won "Best TV Show" in the Listeners' End of Year Poll on The Ian Dempsey Breakfast Show in 2011.
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The show is mostly filmed in Dublin, with some scenes shot in bordering counties.33 Viewership ratings edit Episode Date Time Viewer Rank Viewers Demographic (15) 1 21:30 #4 400, :30 #9 405,000 3 21:30 #8 434,000 4 21:30 #24 383,000 The second series of Love/Hate was the most watched TV show in Ireland in 2011.Archived from the original on Retrieved 12 December 2011.Ie reported that a third series was in development.Retrieved 3 February 2011.9, series 1 edit.Plot Summary, add Synopsis, plot Keywords: ira prostitution terrorism alcohol.The producers are Simon Massey, Suzanne McAuley, and James Flynn.Series 2 edit Peter Coonan as Francis "Fran" Cooney (Series 25) Mark Dunne as Adrian "Ado" Kenny (Series 25) Susan Loughnane as Debbie (Series 24) Ian Lloyd Anderson as Dean (Series 25) Gavin Drea as Luke Denise McCormack as Linda Cooney Series 3 edit Jimmy.