The Paley Center for Media will be holding its annual Paley Preview Parties from September 6 to September 11 this year, once again saluting what each of the major networks have to offer TV viewers this fall.
The first panel for this year’s preview parties will be held on September 6, spotlighting CBS. That night’s event will bring the cast and creative team behind the network’s new comedy We Are Men to the stage for a moderated panel with William Keck from TV Guide Magazine as moderator.
The cast members included in the panel will be Tony Shalhoub, Jerry O’Connell, Kal Penn, Chris Smith and Rebecca Breeds as well as creator and executive Rob Greenberg.
The evening will start at 6 PM with a reception followed by the debut screening of We Are Men at 7 PM. The moderated panel will happen at 7:30 with debut screenings of the CBS comedies Mom, The Millers and The Crazy Ones as well as the new drama Hostages.
For those who cannot attend that night’s preview party, the panel will be streamed lived starting at 7:30.
On September 7, the folks from The CW will be spotlighted with a reception at 6 PM followed by the screening of the pilot episode of the new drama The Tomorrow People at 7 PM. A moderated panel led by Rob Moynihan from TV Guide Magazine will take place at 7:45 PM, featuring cast members Robbie Amell and Mark Pellegrino as well as executive producers Greg Berlanti, Julie Plec, Danny Cannon and Phil Klemmer. The night will finish off with screenings of the new dramas Reign and The Originals.
Again, for those who cannot attend the event, the preview party will stream live starting at 7:45 PM.
FOX will then get its chance to be spotlighted on September 9, starting at 5 PM with a reception followed by a screening of the pilot episode of the new comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine at 5:30 PM. The cast, including Andy Samberg, Andre Braugher, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero, Stephanie Beatriz, Joe Lo Truglio and Chelsea Peretti, as well as the creative team, including Dan Goor and Michael Schur, will take part in a moderated panel led by Debra Birnbaum from TV Guide Magazine.
The evening will come to a close with the screening of the new comedies Dads and Enlisted as well as the new dramas Sleepy Hollow and Almost Human.
Just like the previous events, this night’s preview party will be streamed live starting at 6 PM.
On September 10, ABC will take the stage starting with a reception at 6 PM followed by the debut screening of the new comedy Trophy Wife at 7 PM. A moderated panel – with Mike Schneider from TV Guide as the moderator – will happen at 7:30 PM, featuring cast members Malin Akerman, Bradley Whitford, Marcia Gay Harden, Michaela Watkins, Bailee Madison, Ryan Scott Lee and Albert Tsai as well as executive producers Sarah Haskins, Emily Halpern and Lee Eisenberg.
The night continues at 8:15 PM with the debut screening of the new comedy Back in the Game followed by a moderator panel at 8:45 PM. The panel will include cast members James Caan and Maggie Lawson as well as executive producers Robb and Mark Cullen. Mike Schneider from TV Guide Magazine will, once again, be the panel moderator.
The night will finish off with the screenings of the new drama Lucky 7 and the new comedies Super Fun Night and The Goldbergs.
Live streaming of both panels will take place at 7:30 and 8:45 PM.
The last night of the preview parties will be focused on NBC on September 11, starting with a reception at 6 PM followed by the debut screening of the new drama Ironside at 7 PM.
A moderated panel will happen at 7:45 PM with cast members Blair Underwood, Spencer Grammer, Pablo Schreiber, Neal Bledsoe, Kenneth Choi and Brent Sexton as well as executive producers Ken Sanzel, Teri Weinberg, John Davis, John Fox and Ron West taking the stage with Rob Moynihan from TV Guide Magazine as the moderator.
The rest of the evening will feature screenings of the new comedies Sean Saves the World, Welcome to the Family and The Michael J. Fox Show as well as the new drama The Blacklist.
Like all of the other preview parties, live streaming will take place at 7:45 PM.
Please note that the programs and times for each night are subject to change and the line-ups for each moderated panel could be altered based on availability of the talent and crew. And, you can expect coverage here at NiceGirlsTV on several of the parties and my thoughts on the screenings for most of major networks.
The live streaming for each of the preview parties can be viewed at The Paley Center for Media at their website.