'The Life & Times of Tim' lives again! After being canceled by HBO, the show was shopped around before finding a home at ... HBO.
Yes, according to Deadline Hollywood, the premium cable channel has picked up the animated series for a 10-episode third season.
The project from MRC and Good Humor TV was canceled by HBO in June and shopped around to TBS, Comedy Central and Adult Swim before landing back at HBO.
The cult-hit follows the life of Tim, voiced by series creator and writer Steve Dildarian, and his awkward adventures in New York City with his girlfriend Amy, voiced by M.J. Otto. In 2007, 'Tim' was produced for Fox, but the network passed on the pilot.
Last season the series was paired with MRC's 'The Ricky Gervais Show' in an animated comedy block.