Party Down Revival Trailer: The Gang is Back for Your Party Needs

Starz has finally dropped the official trailer for the upcoming Party Down revival. It features the return of the original cast, including Adam Scott, Jane Lynch, Ken Marino, and more. The series is scheduled to make its debut on February 24.

The Party Down revival trailer provides us with the first footage of the cast’s seemingly unhappy reunion as they once again find themselves as party caterers. It also offers us a closer look at Jennifer Garner and James Marsden’s characters.

Check out the official Party Down trailer below:

The Party Down revival will once again star Adam Scott, Jane Lynch, Ken Marino, Martin Starr, Ryan Hansen, and Megan Mullally, who have all signed on to reprise their respective roles as Henry, Constance, Ron, Roman, Kyle, and Lydia. Emmy nominee Lizzy Caplan is the only original cast member who won’t be able to return due to scheduling conflicts.

“It follows a Los Angeles catering team — a sextet of Hollywood wannabes stuck working for tips while hoping for their ‘big break,'” reads the synopsis. “Each episode of this half-hour comedy finds the hapless catering team working a new event — and inevitably getting tangled up with the colorful guests and their absurd lives.”

The returning cast will be joined by Golden Globe winner Jennifer Garner (Alias), James Marsden (Westworld, Dead to Me), Tyrel Jackson Williams (Thunder Force), and Zoë Chao (Love Life). The six-episode series will also include guest appearances from Dan Bakkedahl, Quinta Brunson, Liv Hewson, Fran Kranz, Ki Hong Lee, Lyric Lewis, Bobby Moynihan, Nick Offerman, Judy Reyes, and Calum Worthy.

The Party Down revival will be executive produced by Scott, Paul Rudd, John Enbom, Rob Thomas, and Dan Etheridge, with Enbom set as the showrunner It is a production by Lionsgate Television.

Created by Paul Rudd, John Enbom, Rob Thomas, and Dan Etheridge, the original Starz series ran on-air for two seasons from 2009-2010. Despite receiving positive reviews from critics, it was ultimately canceled due to low ratings and main cast shakeups where it lost its two main cast members Jane Lynch and Adam Scott to other TV shows — Glee and Parks and Recreation, respectively.


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