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Based on the first handful of episodes of the new season, it seems hoping the show would stay funny was setting the bar low. Party Down is back and with it are more amusing antics and plenty of laughs thanks to the cluster of Hollywood wannabes paying the rent by catering parties.
Starz subscribers will be getting more of Ryan Hansen’s egotistically-charged humor when Party Down returns next month and it seems the Veronica Mars alum will be even busier on the small screen now that he’s been cast in a new NBC comedy pilot.
Starz announced today that the second season of their comedy series Party Down is set to premiere on April 23rd. What’s more, the new comedy-slash-tragedy series Gravity will share the 10 o’clock hour with Party Down.
Megan Mullaly will play a middle-aged mother who moves to Hollywood so her 13-year-old daughter Escapade – yes, Escapade – can become an actress. I hope they didn’t pay too much for Escapade’s head shots
As you may have heard, Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars, Heroes, Forgetting Sarah Marshall) is set to guest star on the season finale of Party Down. We have an exclusive video clip of her in the show that should give you a pretty good idea of what her character is all about.
Good news Party Down fans! Starz announced today that they’re picking up the half-hour comedy for a second season! The series, which was created by Veronica Mars mastermind Rob Thomas, along with John Enbom, Paul Rudd and Dan Etheridge, follows a group of Hollywood wannabes as they earn a living working at a party place,
If you’ve been keeping up with Starz’s Friday night comedy hour, we’ve got the episode synopsis for this week’s episodes of Head Case and Party Down. As both shows usually feature some great guest stars, you can expect a nice collection of celebs in both episodes.
I’m already loving Starz’s new comedy series Party Down. In addition to being full of witty dialogue, the series also appears to be a fantastic place for former Veronica Mars stars to reunite. That’s not surprising as VM creator Rob Thomas also happens to be at the helm of Party Down. Fans of Mars will be pleased to know that Jason Dohring (aka Logan Echolls) is set to appear in this week’s episode of Party Down.
If you read our review of Starz’s new series Party Down then you already know that we thought it was pretty hilarious. The series is set to premiere on Starz this Friday (3/20) night but if you don’t want to wait or if you’re not currently a Starz subscriber, we’ve the entire first episode of the series premiere right here for you to watch!
If you read our review of Starz’s upcoming new comedy series Party Down then you already know, we happen to think this show is hilarious. If you’re apprehensive about taking our word for it, I suggest you check out the trailer and behind-the-scenes video for the series. Starz released both videos today and we’ve got them posted for you to check out.
As if Veronica Mars fans shouldn’t already be excited for the premiere of Rob Thomas’ new series Party Down on Starz (coming in March!), now there’s one more reason to start counting down. Starz announced that Kristen Bell, aka Veronica Mars is set to play a guest role in the series in its first season!
The cast is perfectly matched for the writing style. All of the actors in Party Down deliver lines with deadpan humor that serves to make what might otherwise be a depressing glimpse into the lives of a bunch of fictional wannabes much funnier than you might think. It's like a bunch of Judd Apatow movies had a baby with Veronica Mars, and that baby is Party Down.
Here’s a little trivia question for you. Which upcoming series is being created and executive produced by the mastermind behind Veronica Mars and will star not one but two former Veronica Mars cast members and one hilarious star of the great but cancelled Freaks and Geeks?