All of Mid Morning Matters Season 2 available to watch online now
Staff Reporter | On 16, Feb 2016Reading time: 2 mins
The whole of Alan Partridge’s Mid Morning Matters: Season 2 is available to watch online now.
The programme follows the UK’s most popular Norfolk radio DJ as he presents his daily morning show on North Norfolk Digital, the site of a recent hostage crisis, as chronicled by Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa.
His show began life as a web series way back in 2010 on YouTube, before it was edited together to form a six-episode season for broadcast on Sky Atlantic in 2012. At the same time, he presented two specials for Sky Atlantic – Welcome to the Places of My Life and Alan Partridge on Open Books with Martin Bryce.
Now, after the Alpha Papa ordeal, Partridge has once again returned to UK TV screens on Sky Atlantic, with the first of six new episodes premiering tonight. They are once again written by Steve Coogan, Neil Gibbons and Rob Gibbons and produced by Ted Dowd (the exec producers are Coogan and Henry Normal for Baby Cow Productions).
“I am both thrilled, humbled, gladdened and excited to be bringing Mid Morning Matters back to Sky Atlantic,” said Alan, when the second season was first announced. “I expect those who doubted its success feel suitably chastened to never again doubt the wisdom of my career choices and to say nothing in response unless their comments are wholly supportive and positive. I hope I’ve made myself clear… thank you, let’s leave it there.”
For Sky customers who want more (ahem) cash back for their money, though, the whole of Season 2 is available for binge-viewing through Sky On Demand right now. Jurassic Park.
For those who don’t have Sky, the programme is also available to stream on NOW TV. The VOD service cost £6.99 a month, with no contract, and includes both live streaming and on-demand viewing of Sky TV channels, such as Sky Atlantic (The Knick and Mid Morning Matters) and FOX (all six seasons of The Walking Dead). Season 1 of Mid Morning Matters is available too, which means there are now six hours of Partridge available to watch. Which is almost as much fun as a dream dinner date with Jesus, Margaret Thatcher, Denis Thatcher, Carol Thatcher and Mark Thatcher.
To celebrate, here’s Alan singing the Hymn of the Day: