HBO’s “The Life & Times Of Tim” Kicks Off Its Third Season Dec. 16
via press release:
ANIMATED COMEDY SERIES “THE LIFE & TIMES OF TIM” KICKS OFF ITS THIRD SEASON DEC. 16, EXCLUSIVELY ON HBO
Tim is a normal, twentysomething New Yorker trying to get ahead at work while keeping his girlfriend Amy happy and living a “normal” life. However, in Tim’s world, his often peculiar choices leave him in outlandish, surprising situations.
THE LIFE & TIMES OF TIM, produced for HBO by Media Rights Capital, returns for its ten-episode third season FRIDAY, DEC. 16 (9:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT). This animated comedy series about an average guy whose actions repeatedly lead him down the wrong path was created by Steve Dildarian, who executive produces, writes for the show and provides the voice of Tim. Each half-hour episode of THE LIFE & TIMES OF TIM consists of two segments that find Tim in a new unenviable dilemma.
In this third season of THE LIFE & TIMES OF TIM, Tim’s habit of befriending bizarre and unusual personalities in New York City continues to put him in dangerously funny circumstances. In addition to Dildarian, voices are provided by Mary Jane Otto (Amy), Nick Kroll (Stu), Matt Johnson (Rodney) and Peter Giles (The Boss). Guest voices this season include Jennifer Coolidge, Rob Corddry, Andrew Daly, Jon C. Daly, Jamie Denbo, Bob Einstein, Joe Flaherty, Andy Kindler, Marc Maron, Penny Marshall, Edie McClurg, Alfred Molina, Mary Kay Place, Ian Roberts, Stephen Root, Paul Rust, Bob Saget, Horatio Sanz, Paul Scheer, George Wallace, Kym Whitley, Fred Willard, Billy Dee Williams and Anton Yelchin.
Episode #21 Debut: FRIDAY, DEC. 16 (9:00-9:30 p.m. ET/PT) Other HBO playdates: Dec. 16 (11:30 p.m.), 18 (2:55 a.m.) 21 (midnight) and 22 (12:50 a.m.) HBO2 playdate: Dec. 19 (8:00 p.m.) “The Model from Newark”: Tim becomes an assistant to a women’s professional basketball player. “Tim’s Hair Looks Amazing”: Tim decides to go for a job-interview haircut.
Episode #22 Debut: FRIDAY, DEC. 23 (9:00-9:30 p.m.) Other HBO playdates: Dec. 23 (11:30 p.m.), 25 (3:15 a.m.), 28 (12:30 a.m.) and 29 (1:00 a.m.) HBO2 playdate: Dec. 26 (8:00 p.m.) “Percey Davis Boulevard”: The Boss gets a city block named after him, but needs Tim’s help for the ceremony. “Cool Uncle Stu Balls”: Stu feels rejected by his Bar Mitzvah-aged nephew, who once idolized him.
Episode #23 Debut: FRIDAY, DEC. 30 (9:00-9:30 p.m.) Other HBO playdates: Dec. 30 (2:20 a.m.) and Jan. 1 (3:35 a.m.), 4 (12:45 a.m.) and 5 (1:00 a.m.) HBO2 playdate: Jan. 2 (8:30 p.m.) “The Caddy’s Shack”: Tim gets back his old high-school golf course job and competes with a 14-year-old in a “caddy-off.” “The Sausage Salesman”: To impress Amy’s dad, Tim claims to have a lucrative career selling sausages.
The New York Post calls THE LIFE & TIMES OF TIM “fantastically twisted, sublimely inappropriate, massively funny,” while the San Francisco Chronicle has hailed it as “flat-out brilliant.”
Media Rights Capital (MRC) is a leading independent film, television and digital studio. The company specializes in the creation of premium content, custom building distribution for each of its projects and partnering directly with leading creative talent. In addition to THE LIFE & TIMES OF TIM and the HBO series “The Ricky Gervais Show,” MRC’s TV projects include “Rita Rocks” and “Shaq Vs.” Its film projects include: “The Invention of Lying,” written and directed by Ricky Gervais and Matthew Robinson; “The Night Chronicles”; “The Adjustment Bureau”; “Br?no”; and projects with Pierre Morel and Neill Blomkamp.
THE LIFE & TIMES OF TIM is produced for HBO by Media Rights Capital; created by Steve Dildarian; executive produced by Steve Dildarian, Tom Werner, Jimmy Miller, Mike Clements and Leynete Cariapa; co-executive produced by BJ Porter; consulting producers, Rob Cohen and Luke del Tredici; produced by Monica Mitchell; directed by Steve Dildarian.