David Caffrey, Anthony Byrne
Suzanne McAuley, Steve Matthews, James Flynn, Jane Gogan, Simon Massey, Stuart Carolan
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, Killian Scott, Aoibhinn McGinnity, Charlie Murphy, Peter Coonan, Mark Dunne, Laurence Kinlan, Robert Sheehan, Ian Lloyd Anderson, Susan Loughnane, Dylan Stoeckhardt, Stephen O'Brien, Mary Murray, Lynn Rafferty, Aidan Gillen, Brían F. O'Byrne, Kieran O'Reilly, Ruth Bradley, John Connors, Caoilfhionn Dunne, Jason Barry, Ger Carey, Ruth Negga, Jake Ward, Siobhan Shanahan, Patrick Murphy, Mark Butler, Amy Shiels, Peter Campion, Patrick Murray, Gavin Drea, Barry Keoghan, Peter O'Meara, Stephen Jones, Sean McGinley, Aaron Heffernan, Denise McCormack, Jim Murray, Damien Kearney, Paul Brannigan, Johnny Ward, Eve Macklin, Peter Gowen, Stephen Clinch, Alan Lennox, Brian Gleeson, Bernadette McKenna, Leroy Harris, Louisa Harland, James Ward, Jessica Storey, Robert Quigley, Aoife Brown, Kelly Campbell, Lewis Harris, Bobby Marno, Paudge Behan, Silvia Napoleoni, Sarah Carroll, Anthony Thomas, Stephen Cromwell, Neilí Conroy, Roxanna Nic Liam, Aisling McLaughlin, Denise Pattison, Paul Ronan, Adam Fergus, Thomas Collins, Lorna Quinn, Gus McDonagh, Sam Monaghan, Gerard Kelly, Jennifer Laverty, Keith Duffy, Aisling Bodkin, Gary Murphy, Nick Lee, Andrea Irvine, Janet Moran, Conor Madden, Aaron Monaghan, Robbie Walsh, Phil Fennell, Thomas Reilly, Chris Newman, Maura Foley, Finbar Furey, Kevin Currid, Dez McMahon, Damien Devaney, Ingrid Craigie, Tracy Coogan, Simone Kirby, Stephen Murray, Julieann Carolan, Valerie O'Connor, Gary Egan, Natalia Kostrzewa, Andrew Bennett, Lucy Cray-Miller, Ruth Hegarty, Des Nealon, Liam Daly, Eamonn Owens, Ciaran Grace, Terry O'Neill, Jason O'Reilly, Mark Doherty, Mark Rooney, Valerie Spelman, Tom Ward, Willie White, Jimmy Smallhorne, Helen Behan, Steve Wilson, Aoibhin Garrihy, Hannah Osborne, Kelly Thornton, Andie McCaffrey Byrne, Lydia McGuinness, Clyde Mowlds, Derek Dunleavy, Gary Lydon, Michelle Beamish, Pat McGrath, David Hehir, Thomas Dunne, Joe Gallagher, Gerry McCann, Sarah Mulligan, John Quinn, Karl Harpur, Padraic McIntyre, Lauren Larkin, Shashi Rami, Shane Thornton, Zita Shovlin, Dylan Kelly, Hamza Firdous, Nigel Mercier, John O'Toole, Ruth McGill, Brid Ní Chumhaill, Michèle Forbes, Jane Brennan, Martin Stapleton, Hilary Vesey, Anne Brogan, Catherine Byrne, Orla Long, Brenda Meaney, Marion O'Dwyer, Seamus Foley, Elga Fox, Tadhg O'Keeffe, Juan Ignacio Pita, Declan Reynolds, Barry Dobson, Sandra Huzuneanu, John Morton, Robert Kiernan, Michael O'Sullivan, Martin White, Tyrone Kearns, Nigel Davey, Paul Alan Walsh, Adam Kavanagh, Olivia Fahy
LOVE/HATE is a gritty crime drama based on Dublin's criminal underworld. It depicts the drug addiction, squalor and violence of organised crime that has grown in post-boom Ireland. Darren Treacy (Robert Sheehan) returns to Dublin from Spain, spending time there while trying to avoid the Garda in Ireland for gun possession. Darren's brother Robbie is released from Cloverhill prison. While waiting to be collected, Robbie is shot outside a newsagents in a drive by shooting. Catastrophic events ignite tension among the drug gang, and family, friends and the community must live with the consequences.
The story of the organized crime scene of Dublin is revealed, centered on Darren, who wants to stay out of trouble but ends up returning to his old habits and his old gang.