Actors Writers And Failures: The Party Down Cast
Thursday, January 19 by Irving Oala

Starz show "Party Down" was sadly canceled after two seasons, despite the fact that it was one of the funnier television comedies made in the past decade. This was partly…

5 Party Down Episodes That Will Insure You Never Hire a Cartering Company Again
Wednesday, January 18 by Irving Oala

Starz, is about a catering company with a bunch of entertainment industry burn outs working for it and basically having outrageous experiences at just about every place they go. There…

The fact that Kiefer Sutherland can only read digital watches is the worst-kept secret in Hollywood.
Dammit, Chloe: Kiefer Sutherland’s Finally Got That ’24′ Movie
Monday, January 9 by

There should only be time for 35-50 double agents in this abridged version.

If you live outside LA, this is a great opportunity to witness a collective of actors who have given up on their dreams.
Good News For Its 35 Fans: There Will Be A ‘Party Down’ Movie Shooting In 2012
Monday, January 9 by

This is great news to both the handful of people who actually watched the show and the millions of others who inexplicably mourned its cancellation.

The 6 Best Netflix Instant Shows You Can Watch Every Episode Of
Wednesday, December 21 by Frost

Feed your need for completion with the 6 best Netflix instant shows you can watch every episode of. No longer will you be a slave to a surprise mid-season finale…

Gone, but not forgotten...
Too Soon: 9 TV Shows That Shouldn’t Have Been Canceled
Wednesday, August 24 by

We pour a sip out on our DVR’s for these brilliant but canceled shows.

Time to 'Party Down'
Comic-Con 2011: Ken Marino Says ‘Party Down’ Movie “Is A Go”
Friday, July 22 by

‘Party Down’ is not quite dead!

Are We Having Fun Yet?
Wednesday, June 29 by

If Party Down ever becomes a movie, we’ll be having a lot of fun.

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Let’s Get Our Hopes Up For A ‘Party Down’ Film
Tuesday, June 28 by

Pics or didn’t happen.

‘Party Down’ Creators Now ‘Temps’ for NBC
Wednesday, August 25 by

Rob Thomas, Jon Enborn, and Dan Etheridge, the creators of the intelligent and hilarious, so of course now cancelled, "Party Down" have sold a pilot to NBC. "Temps" will focus on a group of recent college graduates who are forced to take a variety of oddball temp jobs to make ends meet. It will be single-cam like "Party Down" and "Community" (shows you love), not multi-cam like "Big Bang Theory" and "According to Jim" (shows your grandma loves).
Thomas is also currently working on an outline for a show at Showtime. He told TV Squad, "Right now it's simply 'Untitled Rob Thomas Spy Show. It's set in the world of corporate espionage." That project is supposed to be dark though, not funny. At least not "Ha ha" funny. "Temps" better be ROTFLMAO funny, that is if NBC makes the pilot, the pilot tests well, they pick it up to series, it airs, and people watch it so it continues airing. Tell your Nana we need her support.