Ashley Judd, Cedric the Entertainer, Keke Palmer Join PaleyFest Fall TV Previews
BET, CBS, EPIX, FOX. NBC, and Netflix have added additional talent to their featured panels at the annual 2017 PaleyFest Fall TV Previews (September 6-16, 2017).
Newly added talent includes: Heather Graham (NBC Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders), Jaleel White and Sharon Lawrence (CBS' Me, Myself & I), Adrianne Palicki, Penny Johnson Jerald, Scott Grimes, Peter Macon, Halston Sage, J. Lee, and Chad L. Coleman (FOX's The Orville); Jessi Klein and Jason Mantzoukas Netflix's (Big Mouth); and Richard Armitage, LelandOrser, Ashley Judd, and Keke Palmer (EPIX's Berlin Station).
BET will host a premiere screening and panel with Comedy Get Down featuring Cedric the Entertainer and George Lopez during the network's preview event on September 15th. This screening replaces BET's previously scheduled screening of Tales, which will instead screen at the Paley Center's NY location. This new panel will complete the PaleyFest Fall TV Previews lineup, which kicks off September 6 with the cast and creative team of SHOWTIME's Shameless. The festival continues with screenings and discussions with the cast and creatives of Univision's El Chapo; Hulu's Future Man and The Mindy Project; ABC's The Mayor; The CW's Valor and Dynasty; OWN's Queen Sugar, NBC's Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders; CBS' Me, Myself & I; Fox's The Orville and Ghosted; Netflix's Big Mouth and Fuller House; BET's "Comedy Get Down"; and will conclude with EPIX's Berlin Station on September 16th.
Tickets for these events are currently on sale and fans can save 20% off the ticket price by purchasing a "Festival Pass" to attend all of the events throughout PaleyFest Previews. To purchase individual tickets and festival passes, please visit paley.me/previews. Citi card members can purchase redeem complimentary tickets at www.citiprivatepass.com.<
The Paley Center's New York location will also host free PaleyFest Fall TV Preview screenings September 10-11 and September 17. For more information on the schedule and to reserve seats, please visit paley.me/previews
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