The new HBO series "Room 104" begins airing on the cable network on July 28th at 11:30 p.m. and so far it appears to be very promising. The series is described as a Twilight Zone/Tales From the Darkside like Anthology Series that offers something for everyone from the super creepy to the oddly funny.

Duplass Brothers bring HBO fans a casual dating experience

Each story will feature some familiar celebrity faces including former "Dawson's Creek" star James Van Der Beek. Other well-known celebs fans can expect to see include Mae Whitman, Nat Wolff, Philip Baker Hall, Sarah Hay, Orlando Jones, Amy Landecker and Mark and Jay Duplass.

The setting for each tale takes place in an out of the way hotel room with story plots about creepy children, MMA fighters, a dancer and a mother and son telephone conversation to name a few.

'Room 104' has something for everyone

For fans of "Twilight Zone" and Tales From the Darkside," this HBO series is right up your alley. According to Pop Sugar, one of the show's creators' Mark Duplass recently revealed during the 2017 TCA press tour that they were enjoying a great experience with the new series. "HBO execs said, "We need to figure out what our next "Game of Thrones" is gonna be, so you go ahead and make your weird little show.

Six episodes were made available to critics. Two, "Ralphie" is about a babysitter who was hired to sit with a kid whose evil twin is believed to be hiding out in the hotel's bathroom.

The second critic's choice "The Knockadoo" is the tale of a woman who is doing everything she can to make her escape.

Two of the less frightening tales include "The Internet" set in 1997. This is the story of a son who is trying to teach his mother how to send him a file through email. "Voyeurs" is also a less scary story of a housekeeper who learns about the lives of the hotel's room's visitors as she cleans up after them.

The Duplass brothers have put together a series that will appeal to everyone, stating that they want their series to "Tinder of television."

HBO's answer to Netflix and chill, possibly. In 2017 television viewing choices are through the roof. Between hundreds of cable channels being offered to the numerous streaming networks that are popping up, daily viewers have more than ever to entertain them.

These days you can find anything you want to watch at your fingertips and on your schedule. TV entertainment sure has come a long way from the three network channels our parents and grandparents used to choose from.

The Duplass' are well aware of all the television shows to choose from, and they want you to choose theirs. They wanted to develop a show where you could just tune in and watch, and if want come back for more, if not, that is okay too.

There are no rules. Each story does not require viewing the one before or after it to keep up. You may come and go as you please. "We want "Room 104" to be your casual dating experience."

The new series begins airing on HBO Friday, July 28th at 11:30 p.m.

There are so many made for cable series commanding viewers time. HBO has "Game of Thrones," Showtime fans love "Shameless," Starz's subscribers are into "Outlander," and Cinemax has "OutCast" there is a lot of hours dedicated to keeping up to date with the shows.

"Room 104" appears to be an entertaining breather, and one that sounds well worth the watch, it just might become HBO's next big thing.

HBO is currently airing their mega hit "Game of Thrones" season 7 and is still going topping the television charts with viewer ratings, so the network pretty much has Sunday nights locked up for TV fans at this time. Showtime is always neck in neck with HBO as far as made for popular cable series. As previously reported, fans are anxiously awaiting the return of the Gallagher family, so far there is no news on a season 8 air date.

So why not wind up your Friday night with " Room 104?"