A new psychological thriller series from the writer of 'Derry Girls' will be broadcast on Virgin Media as part of their new season.
'The Deceived' will air alongside the return of the Adrian Dunbar series 'Blood'.
Cardboard Gangsters writer Mark O’Connor’s TV debut 'Darklands' brings Dublin’s gangland to the small screen while 'Red Rock' also returns for deadly conclusion in the two-parter: 'Red Rock: The Finale'.
The winter edition of Love Island and new Gogglebox Ireland will also arrive on screens early next year.
The new season also sees Lucy Kennedy visiting Love/Hate's Barry Keoghan in his Hollywood home in a new series of 'Living with Lucy'.
Sporting fans will be pleased to see that the UEFA Champions League & UEFA Europa League, EURO 2020 Qualifiers, Heineken’s Champions Cup Rugby, The Six Nations and the Cheltenham and Aintree Grand National Festivals will also be aired.
A new sports news programme on Mondays and Fridays 'Virgin Media Sport Tonight' will combine the sports news of the day with opinion on the big sporting issues.
'The Tonight Show' and 'Pat Kenny’s Big Debate' will provide Virgin Media's current affairs offerings.
Speaking today, Director of Content, Bill Malone, said: “The past twelve months has seen us build great momentum at Virgin Media Television. This comes on the back of significant investment in our people, studios and infrastructure, ensuring that we are ideally placed to connect with and grow our audience into the future, be it on TV or on demand.”