British newscaster Walter Blunt comes to Los Angeles, intent on conquering the world of American cable television. Through the platform of a nightly interview show, Blunt is on a mission to impart his wisdom and guidance on how Americans should live, think, and behave. Unfortunately, Blunt is constantly harassed by interfering network bosses, a dysfunctional news staff, and his numerous ex-wives and children. Blunt must now deal with the fallout from his well-intended but misguided actions, both on and off the air, with only an alcoholic manservant at his side.
America's Most Trusted Newsman. Maybe.
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Did You Know?
In season two, episode seven, after an early reference to Blade Runner (1982), we see the office building of private detective Arbogast [itself a reference to Martin Balsam's P.I. in Sir Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960)], set in the same building as was J.F. Sebastian's apartment in Blade Runner (1982) (The Bradbury). See more
I'm unable to enjoy sex. At the moment of congress, I experience shame and anticipate punishment.