Call Me Fitz is a Canadian dark comedy television series created by Sheri Elwood and starring Jason Priestley as Richard "Fitz" Fitzpatrick, a morally bankrupt used-car salesman whose consequence-free life is complicated by the arrival of do-gooder Larry, another salesman who claims he is Fitz's conscience.
The series premiered in Canada on HBO on 19 September, 2010.
Call Me Fitz premiered in South Africa on DStv's SONY Max channel on Tuesday 8 February 2011, at 21h00. See "Seasons" below for seasonal broadcast dates and times.
Season 3 premiered on SONY Max on Wednesday 6 February 2013, at 22h00. New episodes broadcast weekly. There are 12 episodes in the third season.
A twisted family dramedy about a morally bankrupt salesman who is forced to become business partners with his inner conscience, an off-beat do gooder intent on healing Fitz's mangled psyche, one hilarious disaster at a time.
Politics. Power. Really pervy porn... Yep, it's a brand new season of Call Me Fitz, and this year our cocksure anti-hero is back on top.
Sure, a career selling pre-owned is pretty sweet, but why stop there when real power's within reach? Question is, how does a guy like Fitz get what he wants, when what he wants is always above the law?
Public office, baby.
The series was developed by Amaze Film + Television and is produced by Amaze Film + Television, Big Motion Pictures and Entertainment One, with the financial participation of The Movie Network and Movie Central.
Executive produced by Sheri Elwood, the show was filmed in New Minas, Nova Scotia and boasts a strong ensemble cast including Ernie Grunwald as Larry, Donovan Stinson, Peter MacNeill, Kathleen Munroe, Brooke Nevin, Husein Madhavji, Phyllis Ellis, Joanna Cassidy, Rachel Blanchard and Jonathan Torrens.
Series exclusive to SONY Max
Season 1 (13 episodes)
Premiere: 8 February 2011 | Finale: 3 May 2011 | Tuesdays, 21h00
Season 2 (13 episodes)
Premiere: 11 July 2012 | Finale: 3 October 2012 | Wednesdays, 22h00
Season 3 (12 episodes)
Premiere: 6 February 2013 | Finale: 24 April 2013 | Wednesdays, 22h00