The Paley Center for Media announced Tuesday its lineup for PaleyFest LA at the Dolby Theater, the first time in three years it will be an in-person event.
The lineup for the festival, set for April 2-10, features “This is Us,” “Superman and Lois,” “black-ish,” “Ghosts,” “The Neighborhood,” “Hacks,” “Cobra Kai,” “Riverdale,” “Better Call Saul,” “Emily in Paris” and a salute to the NCIS universe.
PaleyFest LA offers exclusive, behind-the-scenes conversations with leading stars from television, screenings of special preview and premier content, never before seen TV footage and interviews with attendants of the festival.
“We are thrilled to announce the full lineup for the 39th Annual PaleyFest LA, the can’t-miss spring festival celebrating creative excellence in television,” said Maureen J. Reidy, President and CEO of the Paley Center for Media. “PaleyFest returns in person to the Dolby Theatre for the first time in three years, offering Paley Members and devoted TV fans a once-in-a-lifetime experience with the stars and creative talent behind some of television’s biggest hits. We thank our friends at Citi, The William S. Paley Foundation, and our studio and network partners, for their continued support in making PaleyFest possible.”
Todd Helbing, creator, showrunner, and executive producer of “Superman & Lois,” said his team is thrilled to be a part of the PaleyFest this year.
“We’re excited to discuss Season Two with everyone,” he said in a release.
Joe Port and Joe Wiseman, showrunners of “Ghosts,” said they look forward to celebrating in person with fans of their show.
“As we head toward the end of our first season, we are thrilled to be a part of PaleyFest,” they said in a release. “We are honored and privileged to spend our days making `Ghosts’ with our incredible cast.”
Meg DeLoatch from “The Neighborhood” said in a release, “The true joy in our work is knowing that we provide laughter, comfort, and entertainment for our audience. We are thrilled to be a part of PaleyFest, and look forward to hanging out with our fans in person.”
Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs, Jen Statsky, and Michael Schur, executive producers of “Hacks,” said they are thrilled to be included in PaleyFest.
“It’ll be so nice to be in person for any reason, but especially to talk to people who like our show as much as we do,” they said in a release.
Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, “Cobra Kai” series creators and executive producers, said they are looking forward to connecting with their devoted fans.
“Living in these interesting times, we’ve long held one thing paramount — karate will bring us together,” they said in a release.
R. Scott Gemmill, showrunner of “NCIS: Los Angeles,” said, “As we approach the 300th episode milestone this season, it’s not lost on us what a privilege it has been to be a part of our fans’ lives for the past 13 seasons. The last couple of years have really reminded us how our favorite television shows make us feel connected to one another, and we want to thank PaleyFest for letting us celebrate with our fans and our entire NCIS family of shows.”
Dan Fogelman, creator and executive producer, “This Is Us,” said he is honored to be part of “this prestigious festival.”
“Looking forward to talking all things `This Is Us’ with you, one last time,” he said in a release.
Peter Gould, showrunner and executive producer, “Better Call Saul,” said he is honored to talk about the show’s final season.
“Saul Goodman might only be the `World’s 2nd Best Lawyer,’ but he scores an invitation to PaleyFest?! We are thrilled and honored to talk about our show and its final season with the brilliant (and good-looking) folks at this year’s PaleyFest,” he said in a release.
Courtney Lilly, Showrunner & Executive Producer of “black-ish” added, “Can’t think of a better way to go out after eight seasons than to take part in PaleyFest.”