Awkward Situations for Men stars Wallace as himself and focuses on his life as a British man staying in the US. The show is based on his book of the same name.
"We shot the pilot a month ago, and it was an incredible and very weird experience," Wallace told Den Of Geek. "And what's even weirder is showing it to my mates.
"When you see it, it looks like an American TV show, it's got that unmistakable thing. It's just that - somehow - I'm in it, walking down the street, in my normal clothes, with my name, talking in my own voice."
He added: "It's really surreal. It looks like a parallel universe, where there's another me, in America, with a supermodel wife and a weird friend. But it's great fun, and I'm very proud of it."
Wallace, who described the show as a "warmer, nicer version of Curb Your Enthusiasm", also confirmed reports that ABC has asked for the pilot to be remade.
"I'm going back to America to do another pilot," he said. "There's some changes to the script, which is exciting, because they could easily have chucked it away, but they're reinvesting the money they had to do a whole new one, which is brilliant. So that might be on the air in January or February next year, if it happens."