A friend of mine was traveling and happened across a set of this show somewhere along the way. I heard his description and had to pick up this series. The show is fantastically ahead of its time. It would be edgy now, and the show was on TV briefly in 1996.
Jim Profit is an amoral employee of a sprawling multinational, who does everything from blackmail, extortion, murder, even a disturbing relationship with his ex-step mother. He is obsessed with getting ahead at the company, and over the course of the eight episodes his obsession becomes more disturbing and twisted.
The show is like watching LA Law though a warped, twisted mirror. It has a dark, bizarre voice, and some of the blackest comedy in a drama.
I have no idea where they could have gone if there had been more episodes, and that might be the worst part of this series. There are only eight episodes, and this show was canceled long, long before its time.
Sadly, there is no easy way to find it. I recommend picking it up if you ever get a chance.