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PaleyFest 2015 Lineup Includes 'Scandal,' 'The Flash' 'Broad City' and 'Jane The Virgin'
TV junkies now have a reason to leave their couches from March 6-15: The 2015 PaleyFest released its lineup early this morning. It’s an interesting mix of shows that aims to please all types of audiences, from Scandal and The Good Wife to Arrow and The Flash. But we’re also looking forward to STARZ’s Outlander and a Comedy Central salute featuring Key & Peele, Broad City, Kroll Show and Workaholics (though that seems like way too much awesomeness for just one afternoon).
The festival, which will again be held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, features screenings of TV show episodes (usually sneak peeks) followed by a panel discussion with the shows’ casts and creatives.
Here’s the full lineup:
Friday, March 6: Opening Night Presentation: Showtime’s Homeland (7 pm)
Saturday, March 7: A Salute to Comedy Central featuring: Key & Peele, Broad City, Kroll Show, and Workaholics (12 pm) & CBS Television Studios’ The Good Wife (8 pm)
Sunday, March 8: HBO’s Girls (1 pm) & ABC’s Scandal (7 pm)
Wednesday, March 11: MTV’s Teen Wolf (7 pm)
Thursday, March 12: STARZ’s Outlander (7 pm)
Friday, March 13: FOX’s Glee (7 pm)
Saturday, March 14: The CW/Warner Bros. Television’s Arrow & The Flash (4 pm) & ABC’s Modern Family (8 pm)
Sunday, March 15: The CW/CBS Television Studios/Warner Bros. Television’s Jane The Virgin (4 pm) & Closing Night Presentation: FX’s American Horror Story: Freak Show (8 pm)
Tickets are onsale now only for Paley Center donors and Citi cardmembers, and they’re staggering ticket sales for various groups. 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.
If you really can’t leave the house, don’t worry the panels will be livestreamed, too, on Yahoo! Screen.
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