In season two, The Guest Book is going to the beach as we meet the guests of the Bare Feet Retreat.
Season Two Welcomes new series regulars Jimmy Tatro, Kimiko Glenn, and Dan Beirne – and a host of guest stars that include Will Arnett, Lisa Rinna, Martha Plimpton, Michael Rapaport, Allison Tolman, Nadine Velazquez and more.
The Guest Book returns to TBS on Tuesday, October 23rd.
TBS has announced cast and guest stars for its upcoming anthology series The Guest Book. Created by Greg Garcia (My Name is Earl), the series comes ‘from Greg Garcia’s habit of writing fictitious stories in the guest books of various rental cabins in an effort to freak out the next renters.’
Leading the cast will be Kellie Martin (ER, Army Wives) as Mount Trace police officer Kimberly Leahy and Charlie Robinson (Night Court, Hart of Dixie) as Wilfrid, ‘an easygoing, friendly gentleman who manages a group of mountain rental cottages with his wife, Emma.’
Recurring cast members include Aloma Wright, Carly Jibson, Lou Wilson, Garrett Dillahunt, Laura Bell Bundy and Eddie Steeples.
Guest stars include Danny Pudi, Jenna Fischer, Michaela Watkins, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Stockard Channing, David Zayas, Margo Martindale and more. For a complete list – and details of the show’s premise, read on.
Greg Garcia (My Name is Earl, Raising Hope) has a new comedy series coming to TBS – The Guest Book – and the network is also adding its first original animated series Tarantula. Both series will launch in 2017.
The Guest Book takes fictitious stories for rental cottages’ guest books Garcia created to freak out the owners and presents them to TBS’ audience.
Tarantula is about unregistered tattoo artist Echo Johnson and the other residents of the Tierra Chula Resident Hotel (aka The Tarantula).
TBS also announced premiere dates for People of Earth – Monday, October 31st (9/8C) and Search Party – which will follow a simislar model to Angie Tribeca, with the entire first season premiering over the Thanksgiving holiday (Nov. 21 -25) – two episodes per night (11/10C).
TBS also ordered a pilot for World’s End, which has nothing to do with the similarly titled Simon Pegg/Nick Frost film, The World’s End. Follow the jump for details.