Blunt Talk Season 2 Episode 1 “I Remember That Time More Like a Movie I Saw Than a Life I Lived” :- Watch Blunt Talk Season 2 Episode 1 “I Remember That Time More Like a Movie I Saw Than a Life I Lived” on Youtube on Fire, Patrick Stewart surprised everyone when, after a long career with a largely dramatic (and science fiction) bent, he introduced audiences to Starz’s Blunt Talk. A live-action comedy produced by Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy) and created by Jonathan Ames (Bored to Death), its raunchy first season followed Walter Blunt, a Los Angeles-based British-born newscaster with a penchant for alcoholism, drugs, and dubious sexual liaisons. While landing in moral quagmires, Blunt spent most of season one hosting his own nightly news program (à la fellow Brit Piers Morgan’s three-year stint on CNN) and populating it with what he considered to be important stories everyone should see. Aside from a DUI, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings skipped for hookups at Sexaholics Anonymous, and the occasional bit of post-traumatic stress disorder, Stewart’s Blunt came off as genuine. With the season two premiere just around the corner, however, the 76-year-old performer and his collaborators must satisfy a blind second-season order that — despite the first’s big but faltering ratings — came before Starz had a chance to understand what Blunt Talk could, or would be. Judging by the five episodes made available for review, Ames has mostly accomplished this goal with a slightly better sophomore season. The writing has improved and, per the new season’s Chinatown-esque story arc, become tighter and more coherent.
Blunt Talk Season 2 Episode 1 “I Remember That Time More Like a Movie I Saw Than a Life I Lived” on YoutubeonFire :-
Release: 2 October 2016
IMDB Rating: 8.5/10
Director: Tristram Shapeero
Stars: Patrick Stewart, Adrian Scarborough, Timm Sharp