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FEARnet's “Todd & The Book of Pure Evil” and “Psychoville” previews for Aug. 16

By April MacIntyre Aug 16, 2011, 2:04 GMT

FEARnet's “Todd & The Book of Pure Evil” and “Psychoville” previews for Aug. 16

Tune-in to the new episodes of “Todd & The Book of Pure Evil” and “Psychoville” for Tuesday, August 16th at 10:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on FEARnet

Tune-in to the new episodes of “Todd & The Book of Pure Evil” and “Psychoville” for Tuesday, August 16th at 10:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on FEARnet

Tomorrow, tune-in to FEARnet’s “Twisted Comedy Block” featuring “Todd & The Book of Pure Evil,” with Jason Mewes and “Psychoville” starring the creators of “The League of Gentlemen” Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton, and Dawn French. 

These series mark the first wave of exclusive programming for FEARnet’s linear cable channel.
“Todd & The Book of Pure Evil”
Episode 103– Rock N’ Roll Zombies Know Best
-  Todd’s attempt to make Jenny jealous back-fires and almost gets him and Curtis eaten by a couple of rock n’ roll zombies.


 


“Psychoville”
Episode 103 – Jelly
-  The plot continues to thicken as Mr. Jelly, the one-handed children’s entertainer, reveals how he ended up that way. Meanwhile, Mr. Lomax travels to the private auction of Snappy the Crocodile, in Dudley.

Series information:

“Todd & The Book of Pure Evil”

This supernatural comedy starring Alex House, Maggie Castle, Bill Turnbull, Melanie Leishman and Chris Leavins, and featuring Jason Mewes (“Mallrats,” “Clerks”) tells the story of a small-town high school kid trying to save the world. In each episode, Todd (House) and his cohorts are pitted against the dark powers of a mysterious book that grants seemingly innocuous wishes with sinister, unexpected, cataclysmic, and downright satanic side effects.  They’re fighting evil… with mixed results.
 
“Psychoville” 
Psychoville is an award-winning British black-comedy thriller series that centers on a group of eccentric characters haunted by a mysterious blackmailer.  Written by and starring Reece Shearsmith (“Shaun of the Dead”) and Steve Pemberton (“The League of Gentlemen,” “Doctor Who”), this uncomfortably funny series is the only comedy ever to feature a serial-killer obsessed man-child, a one-handed clown, a blind tycoon, and a possibly telekinetic dwarf. 



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