First, just a reminder that you can catch the series premiere of The Guest Book tomorrow (Aug. 3) at 10 ET/PT on TBS. Here is a new promo:
And Refinery29 released The Good Time Girls on Vimeo today. You can also check out their interview with Courtney Hoffman, who directed it and is currently developing it into a full length feature. The short is part of Refinery29’s Shatterbox Anthology, a series of 12 short films written and directed by women. You can read more about it here.
The Guest Book series premiere airs on Thursday, August 3 at 10 pm. TBS released the first trailer this week and it’s full of familiar faces. You can watch it below.
TBS’s newest comedy series The Guest Book is set to premiere Thursday, Aug. 3, with back-to-back episodes starting at 10 p.m. (ET/PT). The Guest Book emerged from Emmy(R) winner and series creator 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. Now he is bringing those stories to life on TBS. While the house and cast of characters living in this small mountain town remain the same, each episode will feature a different set of vacationing guests.
The Guest Book’s regular and recurring cast members include Kellie Martin (Army Wives) as Officer Kimberly Leahy, Charlie Robinson (Hart of Dixie) as Wilfrid, Aloma Wright (Suits) as Emma, Carly Jibson (Broadway’s Hairspray) as Vivian, and Frank, played by Lou Wilson (Tween Fest). Rounding out the first season cast is Garret Dillahunt (Raising Hope) as Andrew, Laura Bell Bundy (Scream Queens) as Jessica and Eddie Steeples (My Name Is Earl) as Eddie.
Just a reminder that you can catch the Mindy season 5 opener, “Decision,” on Hulu today.
And from the looks of it, Garret will be making an appearance in The Guest Book, Greg Garcia’s new show that premieres on TBS in January. Here is a quick description:
The Guest Book is based on fictitious stories Garcia had been writing in the guest books of various rental cabins in an effort to freak out the next renters. Garcia will write all 10 episodes and will executive produce the TV series, which centers on a small-town vacation home and its visitors. The house and cast of characters living in this mountain town remain the same, with each episode featuring a different set of guests renting the house. — Deadline