TV Land has booked premiere dates for a pair of sophomore comedies. The Jim Gaffigan Show will bow at 10 PM on Father’s Day, June 19, and Impastor arrives the following Sunday, June 26, at 10:30 PM. Both shows’ second seasons will launch with back-to-back episodes.
Jim Gaffigan Show is a fictionalized version of stand-up comic Jim Gaffigan’s real life as he navigates fatherhood, his career and an incurable obsession with food. The 12-episode Season 2 will get even more inside Jim’s head, looking at all his neuroses about being in the ever-critical limelight and his marriage to wife Jeannie (Ashley Williams) and children. Michael Ian Black and Adam Goldberg co-star in the series created by Peter Tolan and Gaffigan.
Impastor centers on Buddy Dobbs (Michael Rosenbaum), a slacker with gambling debt as he tries to escape his old life by assuming the identity of a gay pastor and relocating to a small town to serve as pastor. With the new identity, he thought he could escape his old life, but he was wrong. At the end of Season 1, his past had finally started to catch up with him when the man he owed money to came calling. Sara Rue, Mircea Monroe, David Rasche and Mike Kosinski co-star on the show, which will have a 10-episode second season. It is exec produced by Christopher Vane, Rosenbaum, Eric Tannenbaum, Kim Tannenbaum and Rob Greenberg.