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!
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It’s not a trick, but it most certainly is a treat: Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim of Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! fame are making their return to Adult Swim with a Halloween special titled Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories: Coven. Oh, sorry — misread that. It’s Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories: Haunted House. But even better! Tim + Eric + special guest Zach Galifianakis > witches.
In this 30-minute special, the three men move into a cursed home for the rest of their lives to secure an inheritance from their grandfather, leading to some off-beat physical comedy that the Three Stooges would approve of. In these two clips from TEBSHH, you will come to learn that ghosts are scary, but stairs are even scarier.
The special airs Thursday, Oct. 31, at midnight.
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