PaleyFest to Stream Sceenings for Paleyfest Made in NY

Posted by at 8:59 am on October 2, 2013

Paley Center NYCPaleyFest 2013 is holding a series of panels in New York City, about what else…shows that are made in the Big Apple. If you are a fan of any of the shows or just a TV buff in general, the panels are quite entertaining to watch. Each show panel will feature special guests from the cast and crew and a moderator, subjects range from discussions about the characters, to technical details about the production to what inspires the creators and show runners. To tune into the live stream click here at the time listed for the panel you’d like to watch. Times and information for each are listed below:

Orange Is the New Black -The Paley Center is delighted to welcome OITNB’s creator and executive producer, Jenji Kohan, members of the phenomenal cast, and Piper Kerman, author of the memoir that served as the basis for the show, to discuss the production of this remarkable new series. – Wed. Oct . 2 /8:45 pm ET (5:45 pm PT)

Person of Interest – Critics have lauded Person of Interest not only for its riveting, thought-provoking concept, but also its artful depiction of a post–9/11 universe and its splendidly nuanced characterizations. The series also stars Taraji P. Henson and Kevin Chapman as New York detectives, and adds Amy Acker and Sarah Shahi, both joining the regular cast this season. Joining Nolan and JJ Abrams as executive producers are Greg Plageman and Bryan Burk. – Thur Oct. 3 /7:20 pm ET (4:20 pm PT)

LouieLouie has the quirky rhythms of an independent film, constantly juxtaposing moods and subverting audience expectations as we follow the travails of Louis C. K.’s alter ego. Louis C.K. and his creative team will discuss how they have used New York as a character in their personal show, as well as reveal some of their plans to sustain the show’s unpredictable spirit for the upcoming fourth season. – Thur. Oct. 3/9:20 pm ET (6:20 pm PT) 

The Americans – FX’s The Americans is impressively bold: the series stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as—get this—a pair of undercover Soviet spies, clandestinely plying their trade while posing as travel agents in suburban Washington, D.C., during the Reagan eighties. Elizabeth and Philip navigate not only their own marriage—arranged by the KGB—but also relationships with their two young children, based completely on lies since neither of them knows anything about their parents’ true identities. – Fri. Oct 4/7:20 pm ET (4:20 pm PT)

Elementary – Sherlock Holmes, has found a home in modern day New York, and it suits him to a tee. The highest rated new series of the 2012-13 television season, CBS’s Elementary, created by Rob Doherty, seamlessly blends Arthur Conan Doyle’s celebrated creation into a contemporary police procedural format. Jonny Lee Miller portrays a recovering addict with brilliant and methodical powers of deduction, helping the NYPD crack their most difficult cases with the nimble assistance of Joan Watson (Lucy Liu). – Sat. Oct.5/6:50 pm ET (3:50 pm PT) 

Nurse Jackie – In Showtime’s hit comedy series Nurse Jackie, the staff at New York’s All Saints Hospital knows a thing or two about pain, whether it comes to healing patients or coping with their own personal demons; none more so than Jackie Payton. A recovering addict, the hard-edged Jackie walks a daily high wire consisting of butting heads with hospital administration, coping with an ever-collapsing family life, and saving lives by whatever means necessary, all the while struggling with sliding back into her unsavory ways. – Sun Oct 6/4:10 pm ET (1:10 pm PT)

Boardwalk Empire – For three seasons Boardwalk Empire has brought the rivalries and turf wars of Prohibition-era Atlantic City to vivid, bloody life. The series’s dazzling production values and cinematic flair are a testament to the creative team working throughout the five boroughs of New York City—because not a frame of the series has been shot in New Jersey. – Sun Oct. 6/7:20 pm ET (4:20 pm PT)

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