From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail:
- According to Doyle: TV’s top 10 (so far)
“Call Me Fitz (Sundays, HBO Canada, 8:30 p.m.) is, to date, a gloriously toxic black comedy. Jason Priestley is very fine as Richard Fitzpatrick, the car salesman from hell whose life unravels. The show keeps teetering on the edge of being redemptive, and then swings back to being about truly awful, despicable but wonderfully drawn characters. This is one comedy for grown-ups with irrepressible energy.” Read more.
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