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Paley Festival Announces Full Line-Up: Community, Parks and Recreation, True Blood, White Collar, The Walking Dead, and Much More!

The moment many have been waiting for is finally here.

The Paley Center for Media has this morning unveiled its full lineup for the 2011 Paley Festival, taking place March 4-17 at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, CA. (The annual festival moved to its new digs last year.)

Among the offerings for the 2011 festival, which is always standing room only: Community, Parks and Recreation, True Blood, White Collar, The Walking Dead, American Idol, Supernatural, Eastbound and Down, Raising Hope, a Freaks & Geeks/Undeclared Reunion, an evening with Jimmy Fallon, and more.

Tickets will go on sale to members on January 21st and to the general public on January 23rd at 9 am PT via Ticketweb.

The complete Paley Festival 2011 lineup, with event dates, can be found below:

March 4th at 7 pm: The Walking Dead
March 5th at 7 pm: True Blood
March 7th at 7 pm: White Collar
March 8th at 7 pm: Hot in Cleveland
March 9th at 7 pm: Parks and Recreation
March 10th at 7 pm: Eastbound and Down
March 11th at 7 pm: An Evening with Jimmy Fallon
March 12th at 7 pm: Freaks and Geeks/Undecared Reunion
March 13th at 3 pm: Supernatural
March 14th at 7 pm: American Idol
March 15th at 7 pm: Community
March 17th at 7 pm: Raising Hope

Now that the full schedule has been announced, I'm curious to know: which of the above panels are you the most excited to see? What are you dying to get tickets for? And are you planning on coming out to Los Angeles for the event? Talk back here.

Comments

snapthejap said…
I'd LOVE to get tix for: Parks & rec, Supernatural, and Community. Looks like the MUST event would be the Freaks & Geeks/Undeclared reunion. Eastbound & Down/True Blood/Walking Dead would be my tertiary choices.

- @snapthejap
Anonymous said…
True Blood and an Evening With Jimmy Fallon
Debbie said…
I would go to the Evening with Jimmy Fallon and Community!

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