PaleyFest's 2014 Lineup: AHS, TVD, a 10-year Reunion for Lost, and More
Every March, television fans gather in Southern California at the William S. Paley Television Festival—commonly known as PaleyFest—to celebrate the medium with the casts and creators of their favorite shows. The annual event, hosted by the Paley Center for Media, is right around the corner and will take place between March 13 and March 28, 2014 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California. And now we know exactly who will be there!
This year's lineup—which was just announced in full—is looking particularly fun, with a mostly balanced load of shows new and old. In addition to the previously announced Veronica Mars reunion (which takes place March 13, the night before the film's premiere), Lost will commemorate its tenth birthday (OMG WHAT?) with a reunion of its own, which I imagine will be fun for everyone except Damon Lindelof. There will also be a final farewell to departing series How I Met Your Mother.
The rest of the panels will focus on new(er) shows in their prime, like Sleepy Hollow, Masters of Sex, Orange Is the New Black, and Veep, as well as a few veterans, including Mad Men, Pretty Little Liars, and Parks and Recreation. Individual tickets go on sale January 16 for Paley Center Supporting Members, January 17 for general members, and January 19 for the general public. (Multi-event tickets will be available as early as this weekend.)
The full schedule for this year's PaleyFest is as follows:
Thursday, March 13: Opening Night: Veronica Mars Reunion—7pm
Friday, March 14: Orange Is the New Black—7pm
Saturday, March 15: How I Met Your Mother Farewell—7pm
Sunday, March 16: Pretty Little Liars—1pm
Sunday, March 16: Lost: 10th Anniversary Reunion—7pm
Tuesday, March 18: Parks and Recreation—7pm
Wednesday, March 19: Sleepy Hollow—7pm
Friday, March 21: Mad Men—7pm
Saturday, March 22: The Vampire Diaries and The Originals—7pm
Sunday, March 23: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.—1pm
Monday, March 24: Masters of Sex—7pm
Tuesday, March 25: The Mindy Project—7pm
Wednesday, March 26: Community—7pm
Thursday, March 27: Veep—7pm
Friday, March 28: Closing Night: American Horror Story: Coven—7pm
Which panels are you most looking forward to? Will you be attending, or simply reading the news/watching the clips on the internet?
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