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Follow Dublin-based solicitor Tara Rafferty as she embarks on an exciting new adventure.

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Striking Out

Title

Striking Out

Year released

2017

Genres

Drama

Synopsis

This charming drama follows Tara Rafferty (Amy Huberman), a successful Dublin lawyer. After she discovers her fiance's infidelity, she abandons her wedding plans and her job, striking out on her own and starting an unconventional private practice. Neil Morrissey and Rory Keenan co-star.

Seasons

  • Season 2
  • Season 1

Cast and crew

  • Amy Huberman
  • Rory Keenan
  • Emmet Byrne
  • Neil Morrissey
  • Kate Gilmore
  • Paul Antony-Barber
  • Fiona O'Shaughnessy
Striking Out is an Irish legal drama that follows Tara Rafferty, a Dublin-based solicitor. When she discovers that her fiancé has been cheating on her, she quits her job at their joint legal firm and sets up her own practice specialising in family and divorce law.

The show is captivating and well-acted, peppered with soapy storylines and intriguing characters. Plus, it's always rewarding to watch a woman realise that she's more than capable of making it on her own.

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