The gang is back! The original cult comedy series that chronicled the adventures of a group of oddballs, lost souls, and Hollywood want-to-bes working in a small-time catering company returns for a revival 12 years after the original was canceled. The quirky series lasted two seasons on Starz, but since it’s demise has gained a popular cult resurgence, leading to its revival on. This is probably due in part to Party Down featuring quite a few recognizable names in comedy and TV, many on the cusp of the shows that would make them household favorites, who now have serious cred among them. The ensemble cast returning from the original are Adam Scott, Jane Lynch, Ken Marino, Ryan Hansen, Martin Starr, and Megan Mullally. (Sadly, Lizzy Caplan was unavailable for the reunion season.) The new cast members include Tyrel Jackson Williams, Zoë Chao, Jennifer Gardner and James Marsden. Read on for how to watch Party Down.
- When Does Party Down Air: New episodes of Party Down air on Fridays at 9:00 p.m. ET
- Where to Watch: Party Down is available on Starz (Free Trial). The first two seasons from 2009-2010 are also available to stream on Starz.
How to Watch Party Down
Party Down premieres on Starz Sunday, November 6, and is available to watch with a Starz subscription plan. Starz runs $8.99 a month after a 7-day free trial and can be streamed online or via the STARZ app on most streaming devices, including Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire, and Android devices. See our guide to watching Starz online for more details on the service.
It’s also easy to add the Starz channel to existing memberships with such services as Amazon Prime or Hulu for an additional $8.99 monthly after the same 7-day free trial period. You can also subscribe through Philo, DIRECTV STREAM, Sling TV, YouTube TV, and fuboTV, or even the Roku Channel and Apple TV+.
Trailer for Party Down (Revival)
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