Add another late-night TV show to your late-night TV viewing rounds, as The Pete Holmes Show has announced its lineups for the first two weeks of broadcasts at midnight Mondays-Thursdays on TBS, as well as the first three weeks of tapings.

Set your TVs, DVRs and all reminders that mark your calendar for the half-hour The Pete Holmes Show. His first guests will be heavy on comedy:

Monday, Oct. 28: Kumail Nanjiani, plus Pete visits Jon Stewart in New York
Tuesday, Oct. 29: Allison Williams
Wednesday, Oct. 30: Jim Jefferies, plus Pete visits NBA All Star James Harden in Houston
Thursday, Oct. 31: Chelsea Peretti

Monday, Nov. 4: Ike Barinholtz
Tuesday, Nov. 5: Anthony Jeselnik
Wednesday, Nov. 6: Casey Wilson and June Diane Raphael
Thursday, Nov. 7: Deepak Chopra

Plenty of tapings already are happening in advance, though, at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, Calif. (also where Conan tapes). If you’re at least 16 years old and will be in Burbank, you can ask for tickets to a taping of TPHS at PeteHolmes.com/Tickets.

TAPING SCHEDULE (with arrival times for the studio audience)

First Week of Shows
October 22 at 4pm we have Kumail Nanjiani. AT CAPACITY
October 23 at 4pm we have Allison Williams
October 24 at 1pm we have Jim Jefferies.
October 24 at 4pm we have Chelsea Peretti.
October 25 at 4pm we have Ike Barinholtz. AT CAPACITY

Second Week of Shows
October 28 at 4pm we have Anthony Jeselnik.
October 29 at 4pm we have Casey Wilson & June Diane Raphael. Plus, we have a special bonus interview with Whitney Cummings.
October 31 at 1pm we have Deepak Chopra.
October 31 at 4pm we have Eric Andre
November 1 at 4pm we have Rob Corddry.

Third Week of Shows
November 4 at 4pm we have Rory Scovel.
November 5 at 1pm we have Moshe Kasher.

Holmes was on Conan last night to promote awareness for his show, and said that his monologues will be more personal, less topical in nature. Showing off his Conan O’Brien impersonation might have dashed Pete’s dreams at the last minute?! JK LOL Team Coco is on board. Conesy, however, might not be so pleased.

Roll the clip!

And here is Holmes with some of his writing staff — plus baseball great Steve Garvey and the World Series trophy!

The Pete Holmes Show debuts at midnight, Monday, Oct. 28, following Conan on TBS.