RTÉ Entertainment's John Byrne meets up with Bad Sisters stars Shaon Horgan, Sarah Greene and Eva Birthistle to talk about their new dramedy for Apple TV+ that's set in Dublin.

The show is about the lives of the Garvey sisters - play by Sharon Horgan, Anne-Marie Duff, Eva Birthistle, Sarah Greene and Eve Hewson - who are bound together by the premature death of their parents and a promise to always protect one another.

But ever since their sister Grace married John Paul Williams their bond has started to fray. A racist, sexist, selfish, sociopath of a man, the sisters believe their lives would be better off without him in it.

Drunken jokes about killing their brother-in-law suddenly get real when the sisters embark on a plot to get rid of him. But planning a murder is one thing - committing it is another story.

When insurance investigator brothers Matt and Thomas Claffin start looking into John Paul's demise, the murderous actions of the Garvey sisters are thrown into the spotlight and their lives change forever.

Also featured in the ensemble cast is Claes Bang (who plays John Paul), Brian Gleeson and Daryl McCormack (the Claffin brothers).

The series is adapted and written by Horgan, Brett Baer and David Finkel from the Flemish series Clan, which was created by Malin-Sarah Gozin. The show was called The Out-Laws when it was broadcast on More4 in 2016.