May's NOW Oakwood black Leather jacket TV schedule boasts one of the most eagerly-awaited yet unlikely comebacks in recent years, the latest action-packed period drama from Sky 1 and the second season of Ireland's most underrated sitcom.There are also several major movie premieres worth looking out for, including the return of Hollywood's ultimate amnesiac spy, a hit comedy featuring the cutest cat ever committed to celluloid, and two of last summer's biggest blockbusters.
Here's a closer look at 10 titles that will Tommy Hilfiger white Summer dress ASPEN be hitting our screens over the next 31 days:Jamestown (Sky 1, May 5)Produced by the team behind Downton Abbey, Jamestown is an altogether more adventurous period drama charting the beginnings of the first British settlers in America.Naomi Battrick (Waterloo Road), Sophie Rundle (Peaky Blinders) and Niamh Walsh (Holby City) take centre-stage as the three spirited new arrivals bringing a touch of girl power to the all-male frontier town.Jason Bourne (Sky Cinema, May 5)After a so-so Jeremy Renner-starring spin-off, Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass reunited once more to jumpstart the Jason Bourne franchise with last year's fourth installment.
While arguably the weakest, and easily the most generic, chapter, Jason Bourne is still worth a watch thanks to another great strong and silent performance from Matt Damon, a timely surveillance-based plot and some typically jaw-dropping fight scenes (this time round a table leg becomes an unlikely weapon of choice).
Keanu (Sky Cinema, May 6)Jordan Peele's directorial debut, Get Out, has deservedly become one of this year's surprise hits, but here's a chance to see him showcase his talents in front of the screen.With regular comedy partner Keegan Michael-Key, the pair play two middle-class ordinary joes who stumble into a world of drugs and violence when a tiny little moggy named Keanu shows up on their doorstep.Sure, it's essentially just a feature-length version of a cat video, but when the cat is so bloomin' adorable, who cares?Hungry Hearts (Sky Cinema, May 7)If you're already suffering from Girls withdrawal symptoms, then you could do worse than check out this chilling psychological drama starring Adam Driver.
Described as a cross between Blue Valentine and Rosemary's Baby, Hungry Hearts sees Driver and Alba Rorhwacher play a New York couple whose Clutch Bags loved-up existence comes under threat from a newborn baby deemed to possess paranormal powers.Bridget And Eamon Season 2 (Gold, May 12)Chances are you may have missed the first season of Bridget And Eamon, the award-winning Irish comedy which aired at the ungodly time of 11pm on Gold last year, but it's well worth catching up with.
Thankfully more Moone Boy than Mrs Brown's Boys, the 80s-set sitcom centres on the titular unhappily married couple (played by Jennifer Maguire and Bernard O'Shea) who first appeared on RTE sketch show Republic Of Telly.The second season - sadly also screening at the same time as the first - sees the pair open a hair salon, receive a visit from the Mafia and almost kill Eamon's mammy.