Jack Taylor, Series 2Closed Captioning
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Iain Glen returns for three more episodes as the self-destructive, pigheaded, and over-fond of the bottle, Jack Taylor. A forty-something ex-cop trying to earn a living as a private detective in his native Galway.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Dramatist||Seven months after his mother's stroke, and continuing on his path of sobriety and healthier living, Jack is called on to investigate the death of a female university student, who falls from a roof while dressed in theatre costume. A ring of paper around her wrist contains an apparent suicide note written in her blood, and Gardai assume the death to be drug related.||1:30:03||$4.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoPriest||Jack investigates the death of a priest who has been beheaded, and discovers the cleric abused two boys several years earlier. As more secrets from the church are revealed, Jack drifts back into his old habits, and discovers more of his own demons, along with the horrendous consequences the victims of the priest's earlier abuse are still enduring.||1:29:39||$4.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoShot Down||When the police make no headway in the shooting death of a woman, Taylor volunteers his services to her grieving family. He believes the woman's 11-year-old daughter saw the killer and may now be in danger. While a feud rages within her community, Taylor has to protect the girl and help her recall the events of her mother's murder.||1:29:51||$4.99||View in iTunes|
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Jack Taylor needs a shave.
No doubt the books are better, but having read a few in the same vein, perhaps not. This is basically an Irish version of an LA, NYC, or where ever American private dick who has the usual hard luck story but a heart of gold. As per usual, the chicks can’t help but dig this fellow, even though he is a confirmed drunk with few prospects for employment. You might like it if you have a Euro streak and you can get along without all that genre entails without all the violence, because I got tired of watching this without the main character getting into brawls after an episode and a half.