The full lineup for the 35th Anniversary of the Paley Fest in LA (to be held, once again, as the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood) was announced this morning, with some surprising faces and some no-brainers! If you’re a Paley Supporting/Patron Member and/or a Citi card member, tickets will be on sale at 3PM Eastern today (Jan 9)! Individual Members, your chance is Jan 11 at 12PM Eastern. All other tickets will be available as of January 12, at 12PM Eastern.
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This morning, the Paley Center for Media updated their PaleyFest Announcement from January to include the stars that are scheduled to attend the events (and it seems like EVERYONE is coming)! The schedule is below, now including who you can see in person (with additional guests to be announced, including who will moderate)! March 17 (7:30PM): THE WALKING DEAD cast and creatives, including Andrew Lincoln, Lauren Cohan, Melissa McBridge, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Alanna Masterson, Ross Marquand, Tom Payne, Scott
Over the weekend the Paley Center for Media announced the shows that would join them for the annual PaleyFest, held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. This year, the Fest runs March 17 to March 26, and here’s a look at what you can see if you attend! March 17 (7:30PM): THE WALKING DEAD cast and creatives March 18 (2:00PM): ARROW / THE FLASH / SUPERGIRL / LEGENDS OF TOMORROW for a Heroes vs Aliens block March 18 (7:30PM): THIS
After many years of successful PaleyFests in LA, this year, the Paley Center for Media, which is based in LA and NY is introducing their inaugural PaleyFest: Made in NY. Running October 2 through October 6, and featuring shows like ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK and ELEMENTARY, the festival is designed to showcase series that tape on the East Coast / in the NY area. Here is the tentative schedule of events: Wednesday, October 2, 2013: ORANGE IS THE NEW
Anyone else heading out to LA for the 28th Annual Paley Festival? Here’s the schedule for anyone who missed it today – what shows / panels are you most looking forward to (my favorites are in blue)? Friday, March 4 – THE WALKING DEAD Saturday, March 5 – TRUE BLOOD Monday, March 7 – WHITE COLLAR Tuesday, March 8 – HOT IN CLEVELAND Wednesday, March 9 – PARKS AND RECREATION Thursday, March 10 – EASTBOUND & DOWN Friday, March 11
A while back, it was announced “Glee” and “The Vampire Diaries” would be PaleyFest, so I’ve been eagerly anticipating the announcement of the full lineup, just to see what other fun stuff we’d get to enjoy. Named for William S. Paley, founder of both the Paley Center and CBS, the annual William S. Paley Television Festival has celebrated television’s rich and diverse programming and the creative process behind the medium for the last twenty-six years. Now in its 27th year,