First Look: ‘Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters’ Lines Up the Talent (VIDEO)

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Voiceover actor Noble Bartell (Seth Green) begins to question his career and his sanity when his popular animated cartoon creation becomes his real-life stalker.

Bobcat Goldthwait's Misfits & Monsters - Samm Levine and Bridget Everett

Boy falls in love with girl. Girl is a real-life mermaid. What could go wrong? Samm Levine and Bridget Everett’s episode will tell you!

David Koechner and Dave Foley in Bobcat Goldthwait's Misfits and Monsters - Season 1, Episode 3

In an episode set in the 1970s, David Koechner plays an uncouth car salesman who decides to run for office and ends up leading the presidential race. Dave Foley plays his determined campaign manager. Only problem? His candidate is a werewolf… literally.

Misfits & Monsters - Melissa Joan Hart

A helicopter mom (Melissa Joan Hart) gathers up her shy, introverted son’s classmates for a good ol’ fashioned sleepover. Unfortunately for the boys, their night of fun gets interrupted by a good ol’ terrifying monster.


An investigative journalist (Bryce Johnson) tries to make sense of a pop star’s fall from fame. He discovers the answer lies with the singer’s ill-advised deal with Satan (Michael Ian Black). As you can see in this photo, Satan does not appreciate being questioned.

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There’s a demented bent over at truTV and we approve their audacious approach to comedy!

Whether it’s Andrea Savage’s hilariously raunchy I’m Sorry or the subversive take on HGTV that is At Home with Amy Sedaris, the network has become the go-to spot for content that is as weird as it is wonderfully entertaining.

So it makes perfect sense that truTV is about to unleash Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters, a genre-mashup anthology series from the screaming comic-turned-director serving up tales of the weird with a side of social satire and quite a few surprises.

“You’re not quite sure where the twists are going to be,” confirms Goldthwait, who was clearly influenced by Creepshow and Tales from the Crypt.

Here, he and comedian Bridgette Everett — who appears as a mermaid in an early episode — spill the deets on the myths, monsters, and how Melissa Joan Hart is “definitely playing against type” in her installment.

Now, click through our exclusive gallery to see some of the other stars popping up in the first season.

Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters, July 11, 10pm ET/PT on truTV