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Three Sheets Saved!
Remember back in December we had posted a story about Three Sheets host Zane Lamprey, the international party connoisseur that filmed his exploits traveling the world, learning about the drinking habits of various cultures? Late last year, fans of the show were distraught when home network Mojo HD went under, leaving Zane and his arsenal of drinking knowledge without a home on cable television. A New Year’s Eve party at the Knitting Factory in Hollywood and a St. Patty’s Day pub crawl in New York were thrown to substantiate Zane’s ever-growing fanbase, and it would appear that they just may have worked.
"Three Sheets has been saved! Without the fans, and their unrelenting efforts to get the show back on the air, I would've eventually been known as the guy who used to host that drinking show... that's now on the internet. Instead, they'll get to see the fourth season on it's new network as early as May, and I'm gearing up to shoot season five. Cheers to the best fans in the world!", said Zane in a recent press release.
To celebrate the re-institution of the show on TV, the Three Sheets army is throwing a Cinco de Mayo (sorry, “Zaño de Mayo”) party right here in LA, where the new network and premier dates will be announced. Celebrate with Zane and crew on Saturday, May 2nd,at the Cabana Club in Hollywood where the new Three Sheets network will be releasing more details, as well as filming promos for the premier. Tickets are available here. And did we mention, open bar?
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