The Dolby Theater in Hollywood. Photo by John Schreiber.
The Dolby Theater in Hollywood. Photo by John Schreiber.

The 32nd annual PaleyFest will conduct programs honoring five Comedy Central series and the CBS drama “The Good Wife” at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.

“A Salute to Comedy Central” will begin Saturday at noon and have a panel discussion with cast members of “Broad City” (Abbi Jacobson); “Key & Peele” (Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele); “Kroll Show” (Nick Kroll); “Review” (Andy Daly); and “Workaholics” (Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine, Anders Holm and Kyle Newacheck).

“The Good Wife” session will begin at 8 p.m. Star Julianna Margulies and castmates Christine Baranski and Matt Czuchry and creators and executive producers Robert and Michelle King are scheduled to participate in the panel discussion, which will be moderated by James Corden, who will begin hosting CBS’ “The Late Late Show” on March 23.

Both panel discussions will be live-streamed on Yahoo Screen, which will also offer video on demand content following each discussion. The discussions can also been accessed through the Paley App and Yahoo Screen App.

The programs will also be live-tweeted at @paleycenter on Twitter, with fans invited to join in the conversation by using the hashtag #PaleyFest.

The festival is billed by organizers as a pop culture experience that connects fans with the casts and creators of their favorite television series. The programs consist of exclusive clips packages created for the event and never-before seen episodes.

A limited number of good seats remain available for both programs. Information on tickets, live streaming and the Paley App are available on the festival’s website, paleyfest.org.

Here is the schedule for the remainder of the festival. All programs will begin at 7 p.m., except when otherwise noted.

Sunday — “Girls” (1 p.m.); “Scandal” (7 p.m.)

Wednesday — “Teen Wolf”

Thursday — “Outlander”

March 13 — “Glee”

March 14 — “Arrow” and “The Flash” (4 p.m.); “Modern Family” (8 p.m.)

March 15 — “Jane The Virgin” (4 p.m.); “American Horror Story: Freak Show” (8 p.m.)

—City News Service

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