Party Down Revival Trailer Gets Jennifer Garner, Quinta Brunson and James Marsden in on the Fun
Straighten up those bowties, the Party Down gang is back.
More than 12 years after the cult comedy series aired its second season, the original cast is back for a long-awaited season three—and they're bringing some high-powered new friends along for the ride.
In addition to familiar Party Down faces like Adam Scott, Jane Lynch, Megan Mullally and Ken Marino, the season three trailer features appearances from the likes of Jennifer Garner, Quinta Brunson and James Marsden.
During a scene in the trailer, Garner's character helps reveal that despite being reunited, the Party Down crew still hasn't gotten their act together.
After taking a look at a Party Down business card, she asks Henry (Scott), "What's Party Dowm? With an 'm?'" and holds up the card to reveal that the company's name is spelled wrong.
Elsewhere, Marsden's character is stopped dead in his tracks when he recognizes Henry from one of his acting gigs, telling Kyle (Ryan Hansen), "Remember the beer ad? He looks like that guy."
Sure, it's been more than a decade but the third season is making it quite clear that Henry will never love down that iconic—and one-time career breaking—commercial.
"Ten years later, most of the Party Down catering team have moved on, including actor/bartender Henry Pollard," STARZ revealed. "After a surprise reunion, the gang find themselves once again stoically enduring the procession of random parties and oddball guests all over Los Angeles."
The season will also feature appearances from Bobby Moynihan, Judy Reyes, Zoë Chao and Mullally's real-life husband Nick Offerman.
While most of the Party Down cast returns for the finale, they will be without Lizzy Caplan, who played Party Down team member and struggling actress Casey Klein in the first two seasons.
In November 2021, The Hollywood Reporter cited "scheduling conflicts" as for why she couldn't participate.
The six-episode third season of Party Down premieres Feb. 24 on STARZ and the STARZ app.
In the meantime, the first two seasons are available to stream on the app.
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