Bobcat Goldthwait has had a long and storied career as a standup comic and film director – and now he’s turned his gaze to ward television.
Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits and Monsters is a deliciously odd new anthology series that presents a new tale each week – one week you’ll have a werewolf running for president; another week you’ll get what Goldthwait describes as Cape Fear meets Roger Rabbit, or the devil trying to convince someone he’s real.
Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits and Monsters premieres on truTV on July 11th.
Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken will follow up its highly successful DC superheroes specila from last year with a second DC special that focuses on DC’s supervillains. The half-hour special, Robot Chicken DC Comics Special II: Villains In Paradise is set to premiere on April 6th (11:30/10:30C), and follows them ‘from the swamps to the sky to the beach, where they finally face a mind-boggling threat to their very existence!’
The cast includes regulars Seth Green, Alex Borstein and Tara Strong, as well as some serious guest talent including: Alfred Molina, Sarah Hyland, Clancy Brown, Giovanni Ribisi and Breckin Meyer. For more, follow the jump to the press release.
Fox’s Family hits the 2-0-0 this season! Two hundred episodes – not bad for a show that has continued to redefine irreverent for millions of fans.
To celebrate, Fox is planning a ‘Freakin’ Sweet One-Hour Event’ for Sunday, November 11, 2012 at 9/8C. New episode Yug Ylimaf (Family Guy does time travel – only bass ackwards!) will be followed by a series retrospective, The End Of The World As We Know It, giving fans a glimpse behind the curtain at some of the show’s most outrageous moments – featuring interviews with series creator Seth McFarlane and cast members Mila Kunis, Alex Borstein and Seth Green.
With Mars Needs Moms, Disney and Robert Zemeckis [Monster House, Polar Express] team up to create a kind of CG/motion capture take on the family films that Disney did so well in the fifties and sixties [The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes] crossed with a bit of B-movie science fiction weirdness.