YouTube channel JASH, founded by Sarah Silverman, Michael Cera, Tim & Eric and Reggie Watts, will premiere its first ever Canadian-made series, The Amazing Gayl Pile, tomorrow through subsidiary BUH. Judging from the trailer, the show will fit right into the weird and wonderful world of comedy that the collective is known for, as confirmed by JASH co-founder Daniel Kellison: “This show is brilliant, weird and funny in that special way only Canadians seem to know how to make. Here’s hoping we can do many more with [series creators] Morgan and Brooks… and we hope everyone else loves it as much as we do.”

The show focuses on the title character as he attempts to conquer the world of home shopping, a world most of us have likely only ever seen on TV when we’re home sick from school and there’s nothing else on. According to co-writer/creator/star Brooks Gray, most of us don’t know full story: “The world is long overdue for an exposé of the rampant sex, violence and spiritual corruption that goes on behind the scenes in the world of home shopping.”

The show was created, written and performed by the same gang responsible for Gemini award-winning mockumentary series Cock’d Gunns. Gayl Pile himself is played by Morgan Waters who has been busy not only creating the show but also playing in his band Weaves who just released their first EP. The way things are going for Waters, he should be in for a profitable Christmas ’14. Rounding out the cast is Brooks Gray, Andy King, Inessa Frantowski and Leo Scherman, who play other employees of the near-bankrupt “Shop-At-Home Channel”.

The series debuts tomorrow, April 16 when JASH subsidiary BUH will release the first three episodes. Check out the trailer!