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Lizzy Caplan From True Blood Finds A New Party

March 5, 2009 by KS Rose 

Lizzy Caplan who played Amy Burley on True Blood has a new comedy TV show coming out on the Starz channel called Party Down where she plays Casey Kline. Each episode of the show focuses on a catered event while the caterers, a group of struggling wannabe actors who are stuck working for tips while waiting for their big break bumble their way through the party. As employees of the L.A. catering company “Party Down,” these misfits mingle with guests at everything from sweet sixteen parties to the most lavish Hollywood soirées. The show is set to premiere March 20, 2009.

Rounding out the cast are Jane Lynch (The 40 Year Old Virgin), Ken Marino (Veronica Mars, Role Models), Adam Scott (Tell Me You Love Me), Ryan Hansen (Veronica Mars, Friday the 13th 2009) and Martin Starr (Freaks and Geeks).

Behind the scenes interview of the stars of the show:

 

“Party Down” is the latest addition to Starz’ original programming lineup. The channel’s first dramatic series, “Crash,” a co-production with Lionsgate, premiered October 17, 2008. Starz also features “Starz Inside,” a series featuring original specials examining people, trends and culture in movie entertainment hosted by film critic Richard Roeper.

One Response to ““True Blood” and RR mentioned in the same blog”

  1. Milan Petrovich Says:

    Lizzy was one of the best things about True Blood. I look forward to seeing her in this new show. Great to see my old pal Rico Colantoni here as well.

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