PALEYFEST LA 2015: Lineup Announced!

If you’re a bit of a TV nerd, like we are, you might have heard of the annual TV festival the Paley Center for Media hosts in Los Angeles every spring (they now have one running in New York in the fall). They are also pretty incredible as they have been live-streaming those panels for the last few years, as well, so if you are not one of the lucky people who can attend them — you have a chance to watch it!

PaleyFest LA 2015 is running from March 6 to March 15 ( in the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, CA. Paley announced three panels last week: one for CBS’ The Good Wife, another one for ABC’s Scandal and a combined one for CW’s Arrow and The Flash.

Moreover, the panels will be also live-streamed via Yahoo Screen, the Paley app and the Yahoo Screen app.

Click through for the complete lineup!

Maureen J. Reidy, President and CEO of The Paley Center for Media says in the press release, “This year’s PaleyFest LA is a must-see pop culture event in Hollywood, showcasing fan-favorite TV shows from several of the major broadcast and cable networks.” Adding,“We look forward to these engaging and exciting conversations, and we’re thrilled that our media sponsor Yahoo will be live streaming these one-of-a-kind PaleyFest panels so that viewers from all over the country can tune in, and also participate by submitting questions through social media.”

Friday, March 6 (7 pm): Showtime’s Homeland (Opening Night Presentation)

March 7 (noon): A Salute to Comedy Central featuring: Key & Peele, Broad City, Kroll Show and Workaholics.

March 7 (8pm): CBS’s The Good Wife

March 8 (1pm): HBO’s Girls

March 8 (7pm): ABC’s Scandal

Wednesday, March 11 (7pm): MTV’s Teen Wolf

March 12 (7pm): Starz’s Outlander

March 13 (7pm): FOX’s Glee

March 14 (4pm): CW’s Arrow and The Flash 

March 14 (8pm): ABC’s Modern Family

March 15 (4pm): CW’s Jane the Virgin

March 15 (8pm): FX’s AHS: Freak Show (Closing Night Presentation)

Individual tickets for the general public go on sale on January 27th at 9 am PST.

Are you planning on attending or livestreaming any of the panels?

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