After Spun Out‘s second season lost its plum post-Super Bowl spot due to the arrest of actor J.P. Manoux on voyeurism charges, the fate of the show seemed to be in limbo, to the point that CTV removed it from their website.
Today, however, a CTV spokesperson confirms the show will return starting Tuesday, July 14 at 8 p.m., due to a “last-minute scheduling opportunity.” It appears to replace the previously scheduled Hot in Cleveland in that timeslot.
Starring Dave Foley, Paul Cambell, Al Mukadam and Darcy Michael, Spun Out focuses on a PR firm “staffed with people who can spin everyoneâ€™s problems but their own.”
As previously announced by Bell Media:
“Season 2 of SPUN OUT brings a whole new set of adventures for the DLPR gang. Beckett (Paul Campbell, BATTLESTAR GALACTICA) tries to execute the perfect casual relationship with a documentary filmmaker, Nelson (Al Mukadam, RADIO FREE ROSCOE) questions his ability to keep up on trends, and Dave goes head to head with his ex-wife from a rival PR firm. Also in store this season, Gordon (Darcy Michael) gets trapped in an elevator, Bryce (J.P. Manoux, COMMUNITY) develops an internet addiction, Stephanie (Rebecca Dalton, THE L.A. COMPLEX) realizes Abby (Holly Deveaux, LESS THAN KIND) is a conversation ninja and exploits it by making her a brand influencer, and the team tries to piece together the details after a night of debauchery.”