David Cross and Will Arnett Will Make More "Poor Decisions"

David Cross and Will Arnett Will Make More "Poor Decisions"

IFC has done a great job reinventing itself over the last year. Between original programming like Portlandia and classic shows like The Larry Sanders Show, Mr. Show, and Arrested Development, the cable network has become a home for off-beat humor and hipster sensibilities. The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret is one of those off-beat humor shows, and thankfully, IFC will bring it back for a second seaosn.

Margaret, which stars David Cross as the titular ne'er-do-well, a "corporate nobody" who lies his way up the corporate ladder and winds up heading up the senior sales position for his energy drink company in London. Under heavy pressure to make money for his abrasive and abusive boss (Will Arnett), who has serious gambling debts, chaos ensues. The first season was blisteringly funny, but it might also be the closest you get to an Arrested Development reunion, so it should immediately be on your radar.

The six-episode second season will be produced starting in April; you can look for it on IFC in October.

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