Thursday, February 10, 2011

Read a Long Story About "Party Down", a Show You Should Have Watched

Posted By on Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 4:00 PM

It's a cliche at this point to talk about TV shows that didn't the attention that it deserved, some mistakenly canceled work of genius that slipped under the popular radar. Arrested Development is the usual subject of these long-winded apologetics, but there's new moment for Party Down, a show that made it two seasons on Starz, a pay network you might not realize that you have.

Anyhow, the entire series starring Adam Scott (now of Parks & Recreation) and Jane Lynch (now of Glee) is available on Netflix Instant, so there's no excuse for you to skip it. Then, you should read the oral history presented by Details Magazine, and then you can complain to your friends about how unappreciated the show was too.

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