Todd and the Book of Pure Evil
FEARnet has announced that it will air the second season of “Todd & the Book of Pure Evil” starting in March, 2012. "Todd" will continue to be part of FEARnet’s “Twisted Comedy” Block on Tuesday nights, only now it will be paired with the network's first original production, “Holliston.”
To help kick off your Labor Day weekend a little early, FEARnet has provided Dread Central with an exclusive clip from one of its Twisted Comedies, "Todd & the Book of Pure Evil". Today we have for you a look at Episode 6, entitled "Invasion of the Stupid Snatchers", which airs Tuesday, September 6th, at 10:00 p.m. ET.
Previews of the Tuesday, August 16th, Episodes of FEARnet's Psychoville and Todd & the Book of Pure Evil
If you're not watching FEARnet's Tuesday night lineup of the Twisted Comedies "Todd & the Book of Pure Evil" and "Psychoville", then you're missing out. Here are sneak peeks of this week's episodes (number 3 for each in case you're counting) airing at 10:00 PM and 10:30 PM (ET), respectively.
"Todd and the Book of Pure Evil" and "Psychoville"
A few nights back (and what feels like 700 stories ago), I posted my first impressions of two television shows being shown this summer on FEARnet - "Psychoville" and "Todd & the Book of Pure Evil" (story here) -- and today we have some more cl
Anyone prone to channel surfing can surely recognize the glut of bland, unoriginal programming that infests the vast majority of TV Land. Sure, there’s some great television happening right now, but for every "Game of Thrones", there are sixteen cop shows and forty-nine reality shows (actual numbers) festering on any channel at any given time. That’s where the folks at FEARnet come in.
A while back we told you about FEARnet launching a new series of horror comedies under the "Twisted Comedy" banner, and now we have sneak peeks at two of the shows the network will be premiering on August 2nd: Canadian fave "Todd & the Book of Pure Evil" and "Psychoville" from the UK.
Just when I began losing my recently acquired Canadian accent from watching every single episode of "Trailer Park Boys" (and both movies), FEARnet has gone and brought more madness for us to enjoy from up North!
Anyone who is familiar with the history of Dread Central going way back knows that we have a lot of experience dealing with the launch of a horror themed channel. Bottom line? It's friggin' rough. That's why we respect the accomplishments of FEARnet so very much. Strap in, folks! There's tons of good news coming!
Lucky Canadians will soon be getting their chance to dig on a horror TV show all of their own when "Todd and the Book of Pure Evil" debuts on Space Canada!