‘Homeland,’ ‘Girls,’ Comedy Central salute in PaleyFest lineup

21 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘Scandal,’ ‘Outlander’ & ‘Arrow’ Heading To PaleyFest LA.

The annual fan festival is set for March 6-15 at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland and will feature Showtime’s Homeland, HBO’s Girls, The CW’s Jane the Virgin, Fox’s Glee, ABC’s Modern Family, Starz’s Outlander, MTV’s Teen Wolf and FX’s American Horror Story: freak Show.The Paley Center for Media has finalized the list of shows that they will be highlighting at their upcoming PaleyFest, and as a whole, it could not be more diverse.Just two horror TV series are on the bill for PaleyFest LA 2015, but since both are fan favorites, if you plan to attend, you better start making your arrangements quickly! Also set is a special salute to Comedy Central, featuring a panel with Key & Peele, Broad City, Kroll Show and Workaholics. •Saturday, March 7: A Salute to Comedy Central featuring: Key & Peele, Broad City, Kroll Show, and Workaholics (12:00pm) & CBS Television Studios’ The Good Wife (8:00pm) •Sunday, March 15: The CW/CBS Television Studios/Warner Bros.

The 2015 Los Angeles PaleyFest kicks off on March 6th (with Showtime’s “Homeland”), but horror fans have to wait until the 11th for the “Teen Wolf” panel at 7 pm PT. You also have a final send-off of sorts for “Glee,” given that there will be a panel there for the series a week before it takes its final bow on Fox. For a full breakdown of ticket availability, visit PaleyFest.org. “This year’s PaleyFest LA is a must-see pop culture event in Hollywood, showcasing fan-favorite TV shows from several of the major broadcast and cable networks,” said Maureen J. To us, the biggest surprise here is mostly that this is the first year since its origin that “Community” will not be appearing, and that there is a specific day catered to a variety of different Comedy Central programs rather than highlighting an individual one. Paley Supporting and Patron Members can buy Showrunner and Studio Passes today and tomorrow (1/20 and 1/21) before General Members (1/22) and the public (1/23) and will receive a $200 discount per pass over general public prices.

We feel still like closing with “American Horror Story” is the oddest choice, given that “Freak Show” will have been over for more than a month, and it is still so early that it is hard to give many details on the new season. We imagine that it may be used to announce a new cast member, since Murphy has used this in the past for both Kathy Bates and Michael Chiklis being unveiled.

It’s a little confusing, but basically if you’re not a member of the Paley Center and only want to go to a single panel, those tickets don’t go on sale until Jan. 27.

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