If your life has been one long waking nightmare while waiting for Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim to return to weekly TV, there’s good news in your future: Adult Swim will debut Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories on Thursday night, Sept. 18 at 12:15 am, EW has learned. The 15-minute anthology series—which is in the style of The Twilight Zone but way weirder—will unspool a chilling and perverse comic tale in each episode and feature an eclectic assortment of guests, along with the two men best known for creating and starring in Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! READ FULL STORY
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A new clip for Adult Swim’s Eagleheart finds Marshall Chris Monsanto (Chris Elliott) and his partner Susie (Maria Thayer) running from an angry mob.
Watch the exclusive clip from season 3, episode 8 of Eagleheart before it airs tonight at midnight below:
Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim are joining forces with Adult Swim for a third series: The network announced today that it was greenlighting Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories, a dark comedy anthology series that explores the worlds of fantasy and the unknown. The 15-minute episodes will feature celebrity guests as well as familiar faces from the “Tim and Eric universe,” which includes the pair’s 2007-2010 cult series Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!
If you somehow managed to ignore its title and skip the first two episodes of the Adult Swim comedy series The Greatest Event in Television History, then don’t fret: You’re going to have another chance at greatness on Nov. 7 at midnight when part 3 premieres. Executive producer and costar Adam Scott called on pals Jon Hamm and Amy Poehler, respectively, for the first two episodes which document the hilarious behind-the-scenes birthing pains of the title event: shot-by-shot recreations of the opening sequences for the TV series Simon & Simon and Hart to Hart.
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A trio of sexy super agents called the Time Angels are returning to Paul Scheer’s crime show parody NTSF:SD:SUV:: , but you might notice something a little different about them this time around. Namely, that they are not Minutes (Kali Hawk), Hours (Stacy Keibler) and Seconds (Natasha Leggero). Introducing your new set of Angels: Dash, Clock and Millie, portrayed by Eliza Dushku, Jayma Mays and Santigold, respectively. This all-girl police unit from the future journeys back to the Wild West circa 1869 to ensure that the maiden voyage on the Intercontinental Railroad goes smoothly. READ FULL STORY
Dan Harmon drew from many inspirations for his upcoming Adult Swim animated series Rick and Morty. Among them? A certain beloved Time Lord.
“For me, the influences are more in British sci-fi stuff that I grew up reading — like Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy also there’s a heavy dose of Doctor Who in there,” he said during the show’s panel at the Television Critics Association press tour.
Rick and Morty follows a slightly sociopathic grandfather and his less-than-intelligent grandson as they have insanely dangerous adventures across the universe.
Harmon’s moment to talk about the series came among a flood of Community-related queries today during the panel. For the record, he talked about returning to Community (again) saying, “If I had not gone back after being invited back, the worst-case scenario is 30 years of wondering what would have happened had I gone back. If I go back, worst-case scenario is one sh–ty season.”
Rick and Morty premieres in December on Adult Swim. Community returns midseason.
Ed Helms, Alia Shawkat, and Jack McBrayer are among the famous folks reporting for comedic duty in season 3 of Adult Swim’s NTSF: SD: SUV::. In one episode of the police procedural parody, the Hangover Part III star will reprise his role as Eddie, the shot-in-the-leg HR rep who has now been transformed against his will into a Robocop, as you can see in the photo above. In another installment, Arrested Development‘s Shawkat plays the long-lost daughter of Kove (Kate Mulgrew) who was abandoned by her mother because she was female. A different episode will feature 30 Rock vet McBrayer as a neighbor of Trent (Paul Scheer) who is often accidentally beaten by the intel-seeking agent.
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Your kung fu is about to get interrupted: Adult Swim will unveil its new animated adaptation of Black Dynamite on July 15, and your first peek at the slightly NSFW trailer is below. Based on the 2009 big-screen ’70s-blaxploitation parody of the same, the 30-minute animated series will explore the new adventures of Black Dynamite (voiced again by Michael Jai White). Also joining him from the film are Tommy Davidson (Cream Corn), Arsenio Hall (Tasty Freeze), Kym Whitley (Honeybee), and Byron Minns (Bullhorn). The Boondocks‘ Carl Jones will serve as executive producer.
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