13 September 2017 | erinedwards6700
As a Canadian ex-pat I am always sure to check out some of the TV offerings from north of the border and usually I am very disappointed by all the shows I see, both in comedy and in drama. Other than "Orphan Black" there hasn't been too much to rave about from my home country on an ongoing basis since the days of Kids in the Hall, etc. Even "Hockey Night in Canada" is not very reliable any more since it moved to the new network with new personnel (seriously, I like George Strombo but as a hockey host he is terrible, terrible, terrible!)
So I was very pleasantly surprised by this show, "Call Me Fitz." I hadn't even heard of it and a friend from Toronto turned me onto it, so I figured why not try it out, and it's great! Very funny and Jason Priestly (a Canuck don't-ya-know) is great as a morally bankrupt car salesman with mental problems/visions.
It really flew under the radar but lasted a few seasons and is well worth checking out!