Adult Swim Renews "Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell" for Second Season
Top-Rated Original Series Raised Hell Against Competition
Adult Swim announced today the season two pickup of the original live-action workplace comedy Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell about Gary, an associate demon, as he attempts to capture souls on earth in order to climb the corporate ladder of the underworld. The show stars Matt Servitto (Banshee, The Sopranos) as "Satan," Henry Zebrowski (Wolf of Wall Street) as "Gary," and Craig Rowin (Night of Too Many Stars, @Midnight) as "Claude."
Gary is too stupid, lazy, and kind-hearted to do his job well and is frequently stabbed in the back by his devious coworker, Claude. Plus, his boss Satan is immortal which means that management positions are unlikely to become available soon. There is low turnover in Hell. In season two, Gary learns how to appear on peoples' shoulders to tempt them, we meet our first angel, and we find the answer to the question if there are women in Hell. (Yes.)
Across its first season, the Adult Swim original series dominated all late-night cable competition in 2013. Compared to other key programming in the same time period, Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell ranked #1 among young adults and men, outdistancing direct competition such as Comedy Central, Spike, Nick-at-Nite, MTV, and FX by double to quadruple digits.
A Williams Street production, the show is created and directed by Dave Willis (Squidbillies, Aqua Teen Hunger Force) and Casper Kelly (Squidbillies, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, Stroker & Hoop).
Adult Swim (AdultSwim.com), launched in 2001, is Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.'s network offering original and acquired animated and live-action series for young adults. Airing nightly from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. (ET/PT), Adult Swim is basic cable's #1 network with persons 18-34 and 18-49, and is seen in 99 million U.S. homes.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.