It’s the sixth and final season of The Mindy Project on Hulu which means we will be without the series that had a stylish female lead who didn’t compromise about being professional AND embracing color!
“Costume designing The Mindy Project has been a career defining experience for me, I could never have imagined how magical this project would be. Looking back over six seasons and 117 episodes, I am very proud of the colorful, fashionable world I was able to create and share with the fans of The Mindy Project. This exhibit is a gift to the fans who have been so supportive all these years,” said costume designer Salvador Perez.
To celebrate this milestone the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills will have “The Mindy Project”: Six Seasons of Style Curated by Costume Designer Salvador Perez interactive exhibit with cast costumes from past and present seasons. It will feature life-size episodic photography, costume sketches and behind-the-scenes video segments that will take visitors inside Mindy Lahiri’s fun, fabulous and oh-so-stylish closet! The first-of-its-king exhibit is curated by the series’ Emmy-nominated Costume Designer and President of the Costume Designers Guild, Salvador Perez and will run exclusively at the Paley Center beginning August 26, 2017.
“We’re thrilled to give fans of The Mindy Project the rare up-close opportunity to see the fun and vibrant costumes worn by the loveable Mindy Lahiri,” said Maureen J. Reidy, the Paley Center’s President & CEO. “This exclusive exhibit is one of the many examples of the unique, artistic, and immersive exhibit experiences the Paley Center provides to visitors year round.”
“Salvador Perez is an incredible artist who matched Mindy Lahiri’s larger-than-life personality with couture beyond any woman’s dreams. You may not approve of everything Mindy says, but you always approve of her fashion,” said The Mindy Project creator, writer, executive producer and star Mindy Kaling.
The final, sixth season of The Mindy Project premieres Tuesday, September 12 on Hulu, with new episodes streaming weekly on Tuesdays. All episodes of seasons one through five are currently streaming on Hulu.
In addition to the exhibit, the cast and creative team of The Mindy Project, including Mindy Kaling, will appear at the Paley Center on September 8, as part of PaleyFest Fall Previews. The evening will include a special preview of the upcoming season and an intimate discussion with the cast and creative team, followed by an audience Q & A. For more information and to purchase tickets please visit paley.me/previews.
“The Mindy Project”: Six Seasons of Style Curated by Costume Designer Salvador Perez which is free and open to the public, will run at the Paley Center through October 1, 2017. For more information visit paley.me/mindyexhibit
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About The Mindy Project Season Six:
She’s done it! After five seasons of The Mindy Project, Mindy’s (Kaling) bagged herself a husband. Sure, an impulsive elopement wasn’t the fairy tale wedding of her dreams, but now it’s finally time to see what comes after “I do.” But it’s hard for Mindy to settle down as a married lady when there’s so much juicy drama at Shulman and Associates! As Jeremy (Ed Weeks) and Anna (Rebecca Rittenhouse) navigate the uncertainties of a new relationship, Tamra (Xosha Roquemore) signs on to be Lahiri Fertility’s newest (and top-secret) patient. And as The Mindy Project‘s hilarious final season draws to a close, will Morgan (Ike Barinholtz), Jody (Garret Dillahunt) and the rest of the doctors and nurses find their happily ever after? And will Mindy decide that “having it all” is really all she ever wanted?
The Mindy Project stars Mindy Kaling, Ed Weeks, Ike Barinholtz, Beth Grant, Xosha Roquemore and Fortune Feimster. The Mindy Project is created and executive produced by Mindy Kaling. Executive producers also include showrunner Matt Warburton, Howard Klein, Charlie Grandy and Michael Spiller. The Mindy Project is a Universal Television production, in association with 3 Arts Entertainment.
Hulu is a leading premium streaming service that offers instant access to live and on demand channels, original series and films, and a premium library TV and movies to millions of subscribers in the U.S. Since its launch in 2008, Hulu has consistently been at the forefront of entertainment and technology. Hulu is the only streaming service that offers both ad-supported and commercial-free current season shows from the largest U.S. broadcast networks; libraries of hit TV series and films; and acclaimed original series including Emmy-nominated series The Handmaid’s Tale, The Mindy Project, The Path, 11.22.63, the Golden Globe® nominated comedy series Casual, as well as the upcoming Future Man, Castle Rock, Marvel’s Runaways and The Looming Tower. In 2017, Hulu added live news, entertainment and sports from 21st Century Fox, The Walt Disney Company, NBCUniversal, CBS Corporation, Turner Networks, A+E Networks and Scripps Networks Interactive to its offering – making it the only TV service that brings together live, on-demand, originals, and library content all in one place, across living room and mobile devices.
Posted in geek tv, Los Angeles, TV Tagged with: Costume Designer, Curated, Fall Preview, Hulu, Mindy Kaling, Paley Center in Beverly Hills, Salvador Perez, The Mindy Project
Nashville is giving fans the holiday gift of a sneak preview of the premiere on Thursday, December 15th at 9PM ET/PT before the Season 5 starts January.
Watch “Nashville” live on Thursday, December 15 at 9pm ET/PT. The series is shot on location and is produced by Lionsgate, ABC Studios and Opry Entertainment that has found a new home on CMT.
Like a lot of fans I flipped when ABC announced they would not renew the series that left so many unanswered question but when fans called out the city of Nashville and CMT picked up the show and now we get to find out what is in store for a loving but dysfunctional characters. I mean watching Maddie manipulated by her Svengali adult friend into declaring herself an adult, tossing her to the nefarious producer that was just about to take advantage of the teen before her father Deacon swooped in like an avenging night .. well <zoinks> that was some major nighttime soap drama that will keep me tuning into the new season.
We catch up with Rayna and Deacon as Maddie is back home trying to navigate womanhood, ambition and independence while still being a teenager. It looks like Maddie has a new crush with a young black boy or man (he looks like he’s age appropriate) but I hope Rayna and Deacon don’t ignore their youngest daughter as the deal with their wild child! Of course Rayna still has to juggle Highway 65 that isn’t the successful label she had hoped especially when her marque star Juliette has lost some of her luster. Juliette has always been a spitfire dealing with a difficult childhood, bad taste in men and hair trigger temper. But Juliette is still reeling from her post partum depression, messy divorce and if she will survive the plane.
Well as a fan I have no idea what drama awaits us but I know we’ll have great music as we enjoy the return of Nashville with tears, screams and choosing sides! I’m Team Juliette all the way!
|Hulu is excited to announce that Nashville fans will get an early glimpse into the new season just in time for the holidays! The highly-anticipated new season of Nashville may officially launch on Hulu January 6th, but the first hour of the two-hour premiere will now be available to stream early on December 16th.
Need a refresh? Hulu is also the exclusive destination for fans to catch up on all episodes of Nashville and relive their favorite moments of the series anytime, anywhere. Simply head to Hulu to stream seasons 1 – 4 of Nashville now.
“Nashville” is set against the backdrop of the city’s music scene and follows Rayna Jaymes and Juliette Barnes. Both women face personal and professional challenges as they navigate their paths as artists and individuals. Surrounding them and often complicating their lives are their family, friends and, in some cases, lovers, as well as the up-and-coming performers and songwriters trying to get ahead in the business. Music City can mean so many things to different people. In “Nashville,” musicians and songwriters are at the heart of the storm driven by their own ambitions. Some are fueled by their creativity and passion for fame. Others struggle to cope with the pressures of success and are doing everything in their power to stay on top.
“Nashville” stars Connie Britton as Rayna Jaymes, Hayden Panettiere as Juliette Barnes, Clare Bowen as Scarlett O’Connor, Chris Carmack as Will Lexington, Charles Esten as Deacon Claybourne, Jonathan Jackson as Avery Barkley, Sam Palladio as Gunnar Scott, Maisy Stella as Daphne Conrad and Lennon Stella as Maddie Conrad. In addition, the upcoming season will feature Joseph David-Jones as Clay, Rhiannon Giddens as Hallie Jordan, Jen Richards as Allyson Del Lago, and Cameron Scoggins as Zach Welles in recurring roles.
Produced by Lionsgate, ABC Studios and Opry Entertainment, production is currently underway in Nashville. The series is executive produced by Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick (the creators of “Thirtysomething”), Steve Buchanan and Callie Khouri. Jayson Dinsmore and Morgan Selzer executive produce for CMT.
The series airs in 225 territories worldwide. Since its debut, the show has inspired 10 soundtracks, including a Christmas album, which have collectively sold more than one million album units and over 5 million single-track downloads to date. It has also been nominated for multiple Emmy, Golden Globe and Critics Choice awards.
CMT, a unit of Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB), is the leading television and digital authority on country music and entertainment, reaching more than 92 million homes in the U.S. CMT, CMT.com and CMT Radio offer an unparalleled mix of music, news, live concerts and series and are the top resource for country music on demand. The network’s digital platforms include the 24-hour music channel, CMT Pure Country, CMT Mobile and CMT VOD.
Lionsgate is a premier next generation global content leader with a diversified presence in motion picture production and distribution, television programming and syndication, home entertainment, international distribution and sales, branded channel platforms, interactive ventures and games, and location-based entertainment. The Company has nearly 80 television shows on 40 different networks spanning its primetime production, distribution and syndication businesses. These include the ground-breaking hit series Orange is the New Black, the fan favorite drama series Nashville, the syndication success The Wendy Williams Show, the hit drama series The Royals, the Golden Globe-nominated dramedy Casual and the breakout success Greenleaf.
The Company’s feature film business spans eight labels and includes the blockbuster Hunger Games franchise, the Now You See Me and John Wick series, Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween, the critically-acclaimed Hacksaw Ridge, Nerve, CBS Films/Lionsgate’s Hell or High Water, Sicario, Roadside Attractions’ Love & Mercy and Mr. Holmes, Codeblack Films’ Addicted and breakout concert film Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain and Pantelion Films’ Instructions Not Included, the highest-grossing Spanish-language film ever released in the U.S.
Lionsgate’s home entertainment business is an industry leader in box office-to-DVD and box office-to-VOD revenue conversion rates. Lionsgate handles a prestigious and prolific library of approximately 16,000 motion picture and television titles that is an important source of recurring revenue and serves as a foundation for the growth of the Company’s core businesses. The Lionsgate and Summit brands remain synonymous with original, daring, quality entertainment in markets around the world. www.lionsgate.com
About ABC Studios
ABC Studios is a leader in the development, production and strategic distribution of entertainment content across broadcast, cable and on demand platforms. The studio is the key content provider for the ABC Entertainment Group, having produced multiple seasons of hit series, including current shows “American Crime,” “black-ish,” “Quantico,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “How to Get Away with Murder,” “The Real O’Neals,” “Marvel’s Agents of “S.H.I.E.L.D.,” “Mistresses,” “Once Upon a Time,” “Scandal” and “Secrets and Lies” for ABC; “Criminal Minds,” Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” and “Code Black” for CBS and “Devious Maids” for Lifetime.
About Opry Entertainment
Opry Entertainment(r), a division of Ryman Hospitality Properties (NYSE: RHP), is a producer of multi-media entertainment experiences with primary interests in location-based entertainment and television and stage production. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, its core business segments include the world-famous Grand Ole Opry(r), the historic Ryman Auditorium(r), and legendary radio station 650 AM-WSM.
Posted in Los Angeles Tagged with: ABC Studios, Allyson Del Lago, Avery Barkley, Callie Khouri, Cameron Scoggins, Charles Esten, Chris Carmack, Clare Bowen, Clay, CMT, Connie Britton, Daphne Conrad, Deacon Claybourne, Ed Zwick, Gunnar Scott, Hallie Jordan, Hayden Panettiere, Hulu, Jayson Dinsmore, Jen Richards, Jonathan Jackson, Joseph David-Jones, Juliette Barnes, Lennon Stella, Lionsgate, Maddie Conrad, Maisy Stella, Marshall Herskovitz, Morgan Selzer, Nashville, Opry Entertainment, Rayna Jaymes, Rhiannon Giddens, Sam Palladio, Scarlett O’Connor, Steve Buchanan, Thirtysomething, Will Lexington, Zach Welles
I’m a huge fan of the Mindy Kaling Project and when it first premiered on Fox I was very curious about a female led series starring a woman who didn’t look like a lead cast member on TV normally. I fell in love with the zany series as I followed a woman that was like me. Doing OK with the career but love life was a complete diseaster always choosing the wrong guy for the wrong reason.
Thursday, September 15 – HULU
PaleyFest Fall TV Previews Special Event:
The Mindy Project: Inside the Writers Room
Mindy Kaling, Creator, Executive Producer and “Mindy Lahiri”
Ike Barinholtz, “Morgan Tookers”
Matt Warburton, Executive Producer
When Fox canceled the series I yelled <boo> from the rooftops the show wasn’t perfect but it was fun and one of the few series led by an Asian actress! When Hulu took the opportunity to continue the series I expected a big change from budget per episode to more freedom to explore adult subject matters. Hulu has delivered more a signature series that keeps me subscribing but no binging since it’s released weekly like network TV.
I’ve always wanted to chat with not just the cast and producers but the writers of the series that embraces a quirky curvy woman who is confident and sexual. Well the Paley Center has answered my prayers! This year the Paley Fest opening Fall TV Preview 2016 will be a talk with the writers of the series.
I want to chat with them about the major cast change of Danny and Mindy splitting up to accommodate his no longer being a FT cast member. Last season they explored co-parenting with humor and the sharp edges of two strong willed people still trying to control the other. I think the sixth season should be a great arc and able to focus on not only new regular cast members but more of her co-workers at the clinic. I really like the storyline of the egg clinic but it can be a story suck with not that much payback so hope they cut it down even further so that we can enjoy her interacting with dating, navigating being a single divorced mom and friendship. Every woman needs her crew!
If I get on the red carpet I want to ask about how they will handle Danny as a recurring character. Will he be written out or use text/phone calls/notes to keep the story of co-parenting. Does Hulu allow free reign with humor and adult subject matter or have they ever looked at a script and said that’s a step TOO far?!? Will you age up the child to create more comedy situations with him going to school and being a rebellious kid? I know that they have shoehorned a connection with the new doctor but I’d like her to be back on the market and dating ‘United Nations’ style! It’s hilarious when Mindy skewers the casual racism within POC communities. I’d love to have more episodes of Mindy interacting with the Indian and Asian communities with episodes of how Asian’s rank themselves, introducing her son to other interracial kids/families, a ‘funny’ episode about profiling and her exploring more Indian centric episodes with her family. I LOVE her brother he’s hilarious, handsome and can sing! Have they ever thought of a Bollywood/Musical episode with original music and lots of dancing! I love that Mindy loves her curvy body and that she’s a confidant sexual woman. For instance a suit makes you think of a line or episode?
That’s a lot of questions but I am very curious about the writers of this zany series. What do you think I should ask the stars and writers? Leave the question below…..
Posted in TV Tagged with: Comedy, Fall TV Preview, Hulu, Ike Barinholtz, Matt Warburton, Mindy Kaling, Mindy Lahiri, MindyOnHulu, Paley Center, PaleyFest, The Mindy Project, Writers Room
If you haven’t been watching Guillermo Del Toro and Carlton Cuse horror series The Strain you’ve missed out on one of the best series on TV. You can watch either streaming on Hulu or grab a disc/blu ray at local retailers.
I found this ‘vampire’ series fascinating because it sort of fits with my belief that vampires are scary as F! I mean I love the idea of being young forever but I’ve never thought they’d be beautiful and the idea of bringing blood is soo gross. I mean I’ve never seen a comic book or movie where people talk about rather vampires could get STDs or AIDS especially when they were humans.
The Strain handles the idea that humans would no longer be at the top of the food chain in a scary way. I mean who would really believe that Vampires would exist and that they were killing people. I mean the average person would not believe ‘their own lying’ eyes if they saw an attack or would run screaming (I know I would run like a scalded cat).
If the Master offered to turn you (a higher Vamp) would you say yes? Or would you be team human fighting against the scourge?
Seasons 1-2 Now Streaming Only On Hulu
Season 3 Premieres on FX – Sunday, August 28 at 10 PM ET/PT
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Posted in geek tv Tagged with: Carlton Cuse, FX, FXX, Geek TV, Guillermo del Toro, horror, Hulu, New York, The Strain, Vampires
Mark your calendar to attend the preview screening of 12 Monkeys season finale on 6/29 at the Paley center in Beverly Hills. Purchase tickets online and see the panel with cast and creator of the series.
THE PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA PRESENTS
A PALEYLIVE LA EVENT WITH SYFY’S 12 MONKEYS ON JUNE 29
The event features a season 2 finale screening followed by a panel with the cast
and creator at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills
The Paley Center for Media will host PaleyLive LA: An Evening with 12 Monkeys on Wednesday, June 29th with the series cast and creator.
Syfy’s 12 Monkeys created by Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett, is based on the 1995 film of the same name. 12 Monkeys follows the journey of James Cole (Aaron Stanford), a man from 2043 sent back in time to stop a malevolent organization known as the Army of the 12 Monkeys from destroying the world. Joining forces with Dr. Cassandra Railly (Amanda Schull) here in the present day, Cole must untangle an insidious conspiracy that’s been spun throughout centuries. The June 29th event will have a special screening of the season two finale followed by a panel with the cast and creative team.
Aaron Stanford, “James Cole”
Amanda Schull, “Dr. Cassandra Railly”
Emily Hampshire, “Jennifer Goines”
Kirk Acevedo, “Ramse”
Todd Stashwick, “Deacon”
Terry Matalas, Creator, Executive Producer & Showrunner
As Paley Center’s Official Media Sponsor, Hulu will offer its subscribers exclusive access to content and footage of the event. Follow @paleycenter and @hulu on Twitter for the latest updates and release dates. For tickets, panel updates, and more information please visit: paley.me/12Monkeys
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465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
|Clockwise from top left: Angie Tribeca; Scandal; The Last Man on Earth; It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
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PaleyLive event in person?
Then Hulu is the place for you. You can watch clips from both PaleyFest & PaleyLive on Hulu—our Official Media Sponsor—at paley.me/hulu
, and the full events if you have a Hulu subscription.
Recent events now on Hulu include insights and anecdotes from the stars of Blindspot, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Difficult People, Scandal, The Big Bang Theory, Empire, black-ish, and many more.
Posted in TV Tagged with: 12 Monkeys, Aaron Stanford, Amada Schull, Beverly Hills, Emily Hampshire, Hulu, Kirk Acevedo, Los Angeles, Paley Center, Paley Live LA, Season Finale, SyFy, Terry Matalas, Todd Stashwick
Head to PaleyLive to hear from the cast and creators of the TBS series Angie Tribeca a comedy series in the spirit of Airplane.
An Evening with Angie Tribeca
Screening & Conversation
Thursday, April 14, 2016; 7:00 pm PT
Created by Steve and Nancy Walls Carell, TBS’s Angie Tribeca
is a “relentless, ridiculous joke machine in the vein of Airplane!
and Police Squad
,” according to HitFix
TV critic Alan Sepinwall. Office/Parks and Recreation
alum Rashida Jones stars in the title role, as an earnest LAPD detective navigating a surreal world. The panel will discuss the hijinx of the first season, and tease thoughts about season two.
Rashida Jones, “Angie Tribeca”
Hayes MacArthur, “Jay Geils”
Andree Vermeulen, “Monica Scholls”
Jere Burns, “Lt. Chet Atkins”
Ira Ungerleider, Executive Producer
Additional guests to be announced.
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Posted in geek tv, Los Angeles, TV Tagged with: Andree Vermeulen, Angie Tribeca, Beverly Hills, Hayes MacArthur, Hulu, Ira Ungerleider, Jay Geils, Jere Burns, Paley Center, PaleyLive, panel, Q&A, Rashida Jones, TBS
The Better Call Saul cast took to the red carpet at PaleyFest 2016 on March 12th at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
Bromantic co-creators Peter Gould (Creator, EP) and Vince Gilligan (Showrunner, EP, Writer) showed their excitement about their flourishing Breaking Bad
spinoff (airing Monday
nights on AMC)
BFFs Michael Mando and Rhea Seehorn were in hot pursuit, followed by the rest of the Saul cast (as seen in the video).
Variety media strategist, Debra Birnbaum, praised the first season for its “depth, humor and heartbreak”. Before the audience of hardcore Saul fans could collect themselves, we were surprisingly treated to a first look at the newest episode, before the rest of the world could lay eyes on it!
The booming and bumping of Atmos technology was palpable inside the Dolby Theatre – it was a real treat to see each brilliantly calculated shot matched with such expert sound design from the Saul creative team.
The crowd at PaleyFest roared its approval in sheer delight and surprise as a surprise guest appearance of Mark Margolis (Tio Salamanca) lit up the screen! Even title star Bob Odenkirk (“Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman”) was a little shocked, watching it all back: “I can’t remember what happens in these episodes.”
Peter Gould tied up the dynamic PaleyFest conversation with his personal discipline mantra on integrating Breaking Bad characters: “The difficulty is not to overdo it…to have characters walking in the background or having mud splashed on them as Jimmy drives by.”
Fans of Better Call Saul will surely enjoy the new season, which the writers can promise is full of difficulties between Jimmy and Chuck (Michael McKean), and an ensuing struggle between Jimmy and Kim (Rhea Seehorn) to re-kindle their romance and reclaim their own narratives. Her character’s “I save me” line is a huge slap in the face for Jimmy, who will evidently go through a lot more until Peter Gould and Vince Gilligan see fit to transition him to sleazy fan-favorite, Saul Goodman! Will it happen anytime soon?
In the words of Peter Gould himself: “I hate to say it, but there is no master plan.”
Posted in geek tv, Los Angeles, TV Tagged with: AMC, AMC Channel, Atmos Technology, Better Call Saul, Bob Odenkirk Jimmy McGill, Breaking Bad, Chuck McGill, Citi, Dolby Theatre, Entertainment, executive producer, Geek TV, Hollywood, Howard Hamlin, Hulu, Jonathan Banks, Kim Wexler, Los Angeles, Michael Mando, Michael McKean, Mike Ehrmantraut, Nacho Varga, Paley Center for Media, Paley Fest, PaleyFest, panel, Patrick Fabian, Peter Gould, pop culture, Q&A, Red Carpet, Rhea Seehorn, Showrunner, TV Talk, Vince Gilligan, writer
I can’t deny the illicit delight from my secret love of Hulu’s Difficult People a series about nothing but unpleasant dysfunctional people in NYC. I’m very excited that it’s been added to the 2016 Paleyfest LA with Julie Klausner, Billy Eichner, Andrea Martin, James Urbaniak, Cole Escola, Scott King attending to discuss the series. It’s the modern Seinfeld that I didn’t realize I wanted to see until I was seduced from the very fist episode. I mean really who doesn’t want to eat after a funeral??? Such a fun show for the inner meanie in us all! So binge on Difficult People an original comedy on Hulu and join me at the PaleyFest LA for the panel on 3/18 tickets are available on Ticketmaster.
The Hulu series follows two bitter failed comics Julie Kessler (Julia Klausner) and Billy Epstein (Billy Eichner) as the see other ‘lesser talented’ people make it as they get older. Julie lives with her boyfriend Arthur Tack (James Urbaniak) who works at PBS and Billy works at a cafe owned by Nate (Derrick Baskin) and Denise (Gabourey Sidibe). Matthew (Cole Escolar) is Denise’s pretend son/best friend is a waiter who’s getting lucky breaks because he’s young, cute and funny. Julia’s mother a successful psychiatrist Marilyn Kessler (Andrea Martin) is the foundation of her esteem issues with little cuts of verbal disapproval aka looking for a hanger (Mommy Dearest). Each episode is self sabotage on why they didn’t and haven’t made it with making enemies left and right because they are unpleasant as hell!
DIFFICULT PEOPLE 3/18 at 7:30 pm
In Person: Julie Klausner, Billy Eichner, Andrea Martin, James Urbaniak, Cole Escola, Scott King.
Tix for Difficult People event now on sale to all Paley Members (Patron, Supporting & Individual) & Citi cardmembers.
Join the Paley Center today to get early access to this event at a discount.
Tix go on sale to the General Public on Fri., Feb. 26 at 9:00 am PT
To join or upgrade your Membership, call Paley Center LA at 310.786.1066 or Paley Center NY at 212.621.6780.
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- EMPIRE 3/11; BLACK-ISH 3/13
- 1 ticket to EMPIRE and BLACK-ISH events at the Dolby Theatre
- Premium reserved seating (Rows C & D)
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- SUPERGIRL 3/13; THE BIG BANG THEORY 3/16; FEAR THE WALKING DEAD 3/19
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- Premium reserved seating (Rows C & D)
Posted in Los Angeles Tagged with: 3 Arts Entertainment, A show about difficult people, A show about nothing, Amy Poehler, Andrea Martin, Billy Eichner, Cole Escola, Comedy, Dave Becky, Derrick Baskin, Difficult People, Gabourey Sidibe, Hulu, James Urbaniak, Jax Media, Julie Klausner, Paley Center, PaleyFest, Paleyfest LA, Scott King, Seinfeld, Tony Hernandez, Trace Chimo
If your in Los Angeles and are working or want to work in the digital entertainment field you have to buy a ticket to attend the 2016 Connect LA conference presented by BANFF on February 17th at the London West Hollywood. The annual event for the Content Industry will have premier speakers in the television and digital media space. Attendees will have the opportunity to book face to face meeting with buyers to get deals made. If you’ve ever been curious about attending the Banff World Media Festival this is the opportunity to attend the event with a peek right here on the west coast for a one day conference. You can register online for $199 at http://contentconnectla.com/registration/
Visit http://contentconnectla.com/ for all the latest information regarding Content Industry CONNECT LA 2016 and beyond!
|Banff‘s Content Industry CONNECT LA
Wednesday, February 17
at London West Hollywood
Jason Ahmad,Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, Epoxy
Sienna Babb, Head of Digital, MarVista Entertainment
Kevin Beggs, Chairman, Lionsgate Television Group
JC Cangilla,SVP Business Development, New Form Digital
Mike Cioffi, Digital Media Director, Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Kevin Cooper, Television Agent, CAA
John Fitzpatrick, Producer, Studio71
Erin Flood, Director of Content Strategy & Acquisition, Verizon/go90
Jordan Gilbert, Vice President, Digital Programming, Lionsgate
Michael Goldfine, Producer, Dirty 30
Fred Graver, TV Creative Lead, Twitter
Adi Hasak, Creator/Executive Producer, NBC’s “Shades of Blue”
Scott Hervey, Partner, Weintraub Tobin
Matt Jacobson, Head of Market Development, Facebook
Ivana Kirkbride, VP, Content Acquisitions, Vessel
Jason Kwong, Head of Content Licensing & Acquisitions, Fullscreen
Albert Lai, CTO, Digital Media, Brightcove
Philippe Maigret, President, Scripted Programming, ITV Studios America
Mickey Meyer, Co-Founder at JASH (President & COO)
Ian Moffitt, Head of Original Programming , Yahoo
Nena Rodrigue, Executive Vice President, BBC America
Marc Rosen, Executive Producer, Sense8
Michael Schneider, Chief Content Officer, TV Guide Magazine
Rebecca Segal, SVP, Sky Group
Beatrice Springborn, Head of Originals, Hulu
Carrie Stein, EVP, Global Productions, Entertainment One
Allison Stern, Co-Founder, Tubular Labs
Daniel Tibbets, Chief Content Officer, Machinima
Andrew Wallenstein, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Variety
MEETING EXCHANGE PROGRAM
CIC LA’s renowned Meeting Exchange program provides delegates with the opportunity to meet with prospective partners and peers, including producers, broadcasters, distributors, and executives across the film, television, advertising, and digital media industries. Specifically designed as 10-minute face-to-face meetings, this program has provided countless opportunities and led to some amazing business deals. The Meeting Exchange program is an enormously valuable part of CIC LA, and each year we select an esteemed group of industry leaders to join us. This mix of executives provides delegates with a unique and constructive way to interact around specific projects or similar interests.
David Brownfield, Executive Producer, Eleven Stitches Productions, CBS Television Studios
Lauren Celinski, Director, Programming & Development, E! Entertainment
Kai Chuk, Head of Entertainment, North America, YouTube
Laura Crowson, Director of Development, Discovery Channel
Ashleigh Di Tonto, Director, Non-Scripted Acquisitions and Development, FremantleMedia
Lindsay Donohue, Director, Limited Series, FX Networks
David Eilenberg, SVP Unscripted Development, TNT/TBS
Joe Farrell, Director of Development, Film & Television, Funny Or Die
Laura Fleury, SVP/Head of Programming and Development LMN, A+E Networks
Ian Friedman, VP, Original Programming and Development, Comedy Central
Holly Gabrielson, Director, Unscripted Programming & Specials , TBS/TNT
Eliot Goldberg, SVP of Nonfiction and Alternative Programming, AMC & Sundance TV
Matthew Henick,Development Lead, BuzzFeed Motion Pictures
Kate Lilly, Film/TV Coordinator, Funny Or Die
Tara Long, EVP, U.S. Alternative Programming, Entertainment One Television
Matt Loze,SVP Programming, Fox Television Studios
Beth Le Manach,Vice President, Content, Kin Community
Beth Miyares,SVP, Drama Programming & Development, Fox Broadcasting Company
Francesca Orsi, SVP, Drama Programming, HBO
Kellyn Parker, VP, Partner Content, Funny or Die
Sarah Passe, VP of Business Development, Kin Community
Sharon Rechter, Co Founder, Head of Business Development & Distribution , BabyFirst
John P. Roberts, Chief Digital Officer, Bunim/Murray Productions
Michael Sorensen, VP, Development and Production, Discovery Communications
Lance Sloane, VP, Development & Production, Warner Bros.
Julie St. Aubin, Original Programming 7 Series Development, E! Entertainment Television
Jana Steele, Director, Warner Bros TV
Adam Steinman, Vice President Non Scripted Development and Sales, Warner Bros. International TV Production
Brian Toombs, VP, Partner Content, Funny or Die
Darah Wagner, Director, Global Acquisitions & Management Relations , Electus
Chris M. Williams,Chief Audience Officer, Maker Studios
Brett Weitz,EVP TBS Originals, TBS
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