From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail:
- The 10 TV shows that mattered (and a few lesser categories)
“Call Me Fitz: A deliciously toxic, black Canadian comedy starring Jason Priestley as Richard Fitzpatrick, the car salesman from hell whose life unravels. The show that teeters on the edge of being sweet and then swings back to being about truly awful, despicable, but wonderfully drawn, characters. A great comedy for grown-ups.” Read more.
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