[10/01/14 - 11:26 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, October 1 Updates include: ABC eyes summer run for drama "Clementine"; Tim DeKay to guest on "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."; and Heather Graham to return to Dollanganger TV movies at Lifetime.
[09/20/13 - 11:14 PM] Development Update: Friday, September 20 Updates include: A&E cancels "Hoarders" after six seasons; Richard Coyle joins John Malkovich on NBC's "Crossbones"; and Shiri Appleby to get "Unreal" for Lifetime.
[08/17/12 - 11:02 PM] Development Update: Friday, August 17 Updates include: Majandra Delfino joins NBC's "The Office" spin-off; Tad Quill books David Walton-led comedy at CBS; and Kelly Rowland to topline BET's "What Would Dylan Do?"
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DESCRIPTION: (from DirecTV's press release, October 2011) Television's most lovable scoundrel returns when Call Me Fitz begins its second season on Thursday, November 3 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT, exclusively on DirecTV's Audience Network. Jason Priestley (My Name is Earl, Beverly Hills 90210) stars in this dark yet brilliant comedy series as Richard "Fitz" Fitzpatrick, a morally bankrupt, yet charismatic, used-car salesman who is forced to become business partners with his inner "conscience" - a lanky do-gooder named Larry. Priestley has earned rave reviews and multiple award nominations for his performance as Fitz, the handsome, substance-abusing scoundrel who torments his naive co-workers, stoops to shameful lows to beat the competition and makes no apologies for his shameless womanizing. The start of the second season finds Fitz incapacitated by a series of recurring nightmares in which he is shackled to a wheel of death before a shadowy, knife-throwing figure - who may or may not be the new office manager Dot Foxley. Ever the pragmatist, Larry believes Fitz is simply anxious about not being able to sell cars, a theory quickly discarded after a psychic tells Fitz the nightmare is actually a prophecy. Unless Fitz makes amends to the "person he's wronged", he is marked to die.