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Blunt Talk season 2 will see Walter (Patrick Stewart) drinking his way to new challenges, including the return of an old flame.
Did you favorite film/TV show get recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press? Read the list of nominations for the 73rd Golden Globes and find out.
Blunt Talk brings its terrific first season to a close, highlighting the small but meaningful emotional advances made by its cast of characters.
As the series heads toward the season 1 finale, Blunt Talk delivers a charming self-contained episode in which Walter becomes a father figure.
Despite being sold as an edgy comedy, Blunt Talk proves itself to be more interested in compassion than anything else.
Blunt Talk goes outside the studio to bring Walter's personal life inside, in the uneven episode: 'A Beaver That's Lost its Mind.'
Patrick Stewart takes on the role of a brazen, debauched cable newsman in the new comedy Blunt Talk, from producer Seth MacFarlane.
The cast of Starz' 'Blunt Talk' discuss 'Family Guy' creator Seth MacFarlane making outrageous character out of Sir Patrick Stewart.
Get ready to see Patrick Stewart like you've never seen him before, but have always wanted to, in Starz's new series, 'Blunt Talk.'
A New Look at season 2 of 'The Strain'; the 'Tangled' animated series and more.
We get a first look at A&E's 'Damien' sequel series; 'Humans' and 'Blunt Talk' get series premiere dates; and much more!
The trailer for Starz comedy 'Blunt Talk' stars Patrick Stewart as a drug-addled, megalomaniac British newsman intent on conquering LA.
Watch the first teaser trailer for Patrick Stewart's live-action return to television in new Starz comedy 'Blunt Talk' from executive producer Seth MacFarlane.
Starz announces the mid-season premiere date for 'Outlander' season 1; Josh Holloway lands a starring role in USA's 'Colony' from 'Lost' creator Carlton Cuse; and much more.
British newscaster Walter Blunt (Stewart) moves to Los Angeles with his alcoholic manservant and the baggage of many failed marriages to host a talk show.