Multiple-award winning actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus has been captivating audiences with her impeccable comic timing since she played Seinfeld's Elaine. Veep's Selina Meyer is rather a different sort of role - she's the ditzy vice-president of the United States, and Louis-Dreyfus gives as much to the character as we've come to expect.
Those with a more anarchic sense of humour might appreciate two new episodes of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia or Eastbound and Down. Also available are The Big Bang Theory, Girls and Hello Ladies..
As we witness a golden age in TV drama, Aer Lingus offers engaging choices with multiple episodes of the hottest drama from the US and UK available.
The latest crime drama to make ways is True Detective, mainly due to its elite cast - Matthew McConaughey, fresh from his Oscar Win, and prolific character actor, Woody Harrelson. The entire season is available for your entertainment.
Also available is Season One of Netflix's political whirlwind drama, House of Cards, as well as the entire first season of Vikings, brand new episodes of Game of Thrones and two episodes of fan favourite, Burn Notice.
Kids will surely enjoy Outopus, a slapstick comedy about five octopus friends, confined to living in a boring fish tank, watching the ocean from their window while planning all sorts of crazy escapes.
Fans of Outopus may also enjoy Sofia the First, a Disney series about a young princess, charming animated series Pip Ahoy! or the hilarious Gazoon. Teens may be more inclined to view and enjoy Austin and Ally, a sitcom about a young internet celebrity.
Enjoy of the Big Apple as John Fitzpatrick, CEO of Fitzpatrick Hotels North America, invites us to explore his quintessentially Irish hotel and his version of New York in the TV short, Fitzpatrick Hotels New York. For more on Irish culture, food and music, tune into Imeall, Ceol ar an Imeall, Tales of Irish Castles, The Design Doctors and Kevin Dundon: Modern Irish Food and Anthony Bourdain: The Layover.
In this month's episode of Young Hollywood: Evolution Of, we delve into the life of Lady Gaga, from her days as a Juliard student and a singer/songwriter performing under her real name, Stefani Germanotta, to her present day status as a music and fashion icon. Behind the scenes set visits, photo shoots and interview are included for your enjoyment.
Also available are episodes of Derren Brown: Trick Of The Mind, Pawn Stars, Wines of the New World, Videofashion Specials, Journey Into Wine and Video Killed The Radio Star, featuring the work of Michael Jackson.
Ever wanted to see punk legend Henry Rollins wrestle an alligator? In Animal Underworld, a new series from National Geographic, Rollins investigates the relationship between humans and some of the world's most dangerous creatures. From snake handlers to boar hunters to, yes, alligator wrestlers, the hardcore giant brings his pithy wit and no-nonsense attitude to bear on the many unusual ways in which we interact with the animal kingdom.
Also on board is the groundbreaking documentary, No Limbs No Limits, which tells the amazing story of Irish woman, Joanne O'Riordan. Born with Tetra-amelia syndrome, an extremely rare condition characterised by the absence of all four limbs, Joanne tells us how she doesn't let her disability limit her life in any way.
The Horsemen, Bullit, Fish Life, Festive Ways, Inside The American Mob, Flavours Of Spain, The Universe: Ancient Mysteries Solved, Megafactories and Books Into Film are some of the other available titles.