TV Series created by Eric Wareheim

Beef HouseBeef House
Adult Swim, 2020 | Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Beef House is a multi-camera sitcom about five men - Tim, Eric, Ron Auster, Ben Hur, Tennessee Luke - and Eric's wife Megan, living under one roof. Each week Tim, a laid-back rock-and-roll slacker, and his best friend Eric, a high-strung stay-at-home husband, find themselves in the middle of a madcap misadventure that can only be traversed with the help of their fellow Beef Boys.


Tim and Eric's Bedtime StoriesTim and Eric's Bedtime Stories

A dark comedy anthology series written and directed by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, where episodes delve into fantasy and the unknown with the aid of celebrity guest stars.


Check it Out! (US)Check it Out! (US)

John C. Reily reprises his role as the quirky Dr. Steve Brule. Dr. Brule now has his own show and tackles the hard hitting topics such as food, health and even love.


Funny Or DieFunny Or Die

HBO partners up with the hilarious sketch comedy website Funny or Die. Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Chris Henchy are the forces behind the endeavor.


Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great JobTim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job
Adult Swim, 2007 | Comedy, Sketch/Improv, Music
Rating: 4/5

A bizarre comedy, which consists of sketches, fake commercials, prank phone calls, etc. It features many guest stars, in addition to it's numerous appearances by the show's creators. It is mostly live-action, which is very unusual for a channel called "Cartoon Network".


Tom Goes to the MayorTom Goes to the Mayor
Cartoon Network, 2004 | Comedy, Animation
Rating: 4/5

Tom Peters is full of ideas. The Mayor is eager to embrace almost any proposal, as long as it is accompanied by a snazzy PowerPoint presentation or a cool musical number. Tom Peters is a would-be entrepreneur and civic do-gooder in the eccentric small town of Jefferton. He brings his crackpot ideas to The Mayor, who invariably infuses them with his own twisted, often diabolical, charm. From there, the show explores the comedic possibilities of government machinations, provincial thinking and tragically misguided civic pride. Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, the show's creators, met in 1994 as college freshmen at Temple University, helping each other out on film and video coursework. After graduation, they continued to work together, working in both New York and Philadelphia on strange short films.