Eight months after his son Henry died, Rob Delaney is hoping to help fellow parents of sick children with an emotional essay. Recalling his 2½-year-old child’s two-year battle with brain cancer, the actor, 41, explained he had started writing a book to remind others that “someone understood and cared” about what it’s like to care for a sick child. The Catastrophe star reflected on the several bus rides he and Henry took from one doctor’s appointment to another to figure out what was wrong with his youngest child after the father of three first noticed his son was vomiting frequently.
Far from a Catastrophe, this Romantic Comedy Drama from creators and writers, Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, is a funny, dark humoured delight. When they meet in a bar one night in London, Sharon and Rob enjoy a week of frivolous sex, but a month later Sharon discovers that she’s pregnant, and this freewheeling pair must move in together and prepare for their lives to change. This spin on the classic Rom-Com is a brilliantly funny, sweet and charming comedy that takes a side-looking view at many of life’s hurdles.
<p>What a year it’s been on telly - from Nadiya Hussain winning Bake Off to Cookie Lyon snatching wigs left, right and centre on Empire.</p><p>We got all emosh as EastEnders revealed Bobby Beale as sister Lucy’s killer in February, while the likes of Hollyoaks, Corrie and Emmerdale also kept us on the edge of our seats in soap land.</p><p>There was plenty of reality TV drama too from an explosive series of Celebrity Big Brother featuring Katie Hopkins to Lady C’s antics on I’m a Celebrity.</p><p>Then there were the dramas! Oh, the dramas. We were spoiled for choice this year with shows such as Game of Thrones, Humans, London Spy and more.</p><p>Read our countdown of the best 10 shows of 2015 - and have your say in the comments or by tweeting @YahooCelebUK.</p>