MTV is airing a new episode of ‘Caught Me If I Can’ this Thursday featuring the return of host Eric Bana.
The episode airs at 8 p.m.
ET/PT on MTV2 and the VOD platform on Tuesday, Oct. 21.
In the episode, Eric plays a new host named “Eric” who’s trying to get back into the business.
His latest effort?
Selling DVDs to a new generation of fans.
Bana said in a statement that the episode “celebrates the power of being able to create something that makes you feel special and connect with people, whether you’re a fan of the show or not.
I’m really excited about how this one came together, and I’m very grateful to the MTV crew for the chance to talk about it.”
He added, “Eric and I are so excited to bring you this episode, and thank you for your patience and understanding.
We’ll see you on Monday, October 25th!”
The episode will also be available for purchase on VOD platforms on Tuesday.
In a statement, Eric said, “Caught You If I Cares is one of the most powerful experiences of my life.
When I started the show, I wanted to bring something to people that they hadn’t seen before.
This new episode is an extension of that idea, and we’re thrilled to be sharing this episode with you.”
Bana is no stranger to the show.
In February, he became the first comedian to win the “Bana Awards” — an award that honors the most-nominated comedian of the past decade — for his portrayal of Eric on the hit MTV show.
Eric, whose real name is James B. Smith, is a rapper and rapper-turned-actor.
He was first introduced to MTV in 2008, and has since worked with other comedy and television series, including ‘Criminal Minds,’ ‘Bones,’ ‘Scream Queens,’ and the current season of ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta.’
Bana’s most recent series, ‘Baskets,’ is set to air in 2019.
He’s currently starring in HBO’s ‘Mr. Robot,’ which is available to stream on demand.MTV also released a short video that features Bana, who’s also the star of ‘Mr, Robot.’
The video features Bane talking about how he feels like a “mildly genius” and how he’s the “perfect man for the job.”
Bana also has an upcoming project with “Gotham” and “Suits” producers, and recently launched his own digital music company, Bana Music.