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The world premiere of “Scoobynatural,” the highly anticipated “Supernatural” and “Scooby-Doo” crossover episode, highlights a program with the cast of and producers of “Supernatural” Tuesday evening at the Dolby Theatre as part of the 35th annual PaleyFest LA.

The program will begin at 6:45 p.m. with the episode screening.

Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, stars of television’s longest- running live-action fantasy series, will be joined on the panel discussion by castmates Misha Collins, Mark Pellegrino and Alexander Calvert and executive producers Brad Buckner, Andrew Dabb, Robert Singer, who directed the episode, and Eugenie Ross-Leming.

“Supernatural” is in its 13th season.

The panel discussion is set to begin 7:35 p.m. and will be livestreamed on the Paley Center Facebook page.

“Baby,” the 1967 Chevrolet Impala driven on The CW series by Dean Winchester (Ackles), will be outside the Dolby Theatre from 10 a.m.-10 p.m., along with the “Mystery Machine” van from “Scooby-Doo.” Scooby-Doo will make an appearance from 3-7 p.m.

The retailer Hot Topic will release an exclusive collection of Scoobynatural merchandise in connection the PaleyFest program.

Tickets for the program are priced from $40-$90 for the general public and $30-$72 for Paley Center members. They can be purchased on the Paley Center’s website, media.paleycenter.org.

Tickets are also available for programs on “The Bang Theory” and “Young Sheldon” (Wednesday), “The Good Doctor” (Thursday), “Mom” and “Queen Sugar” (both Saturday).

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 never-before seen episodes and exclusive clips packages created for the event and panel discussions.

Here is the schedule for the remainder of the festival:

Wednesday — “The Big Bang Theory/Young Sheldon” (7:30 p.m.);

Thursday — “The Good Doctor” (7:30 p.m.);

Saturday — “Mom” (2 p.m.); “Queen Sugar” (7 p.m.); and

Sunday — “Riverdale” (2 p.m.); “Stranger Things” (7 p.m.)

—City News Service

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