The expel of Friday Night Lights and a writers of The O.C. are set to reunite during a fifth annual ATX Television Festival.
The festival, that takes place Jun 9-12, will also underline panels and screenings for Lifetime’s UnREAL, TV Land’s Younger and Hulu’s Casual.
Additionally, showrunners Kurt Sutter (Sons of Anarchy) and Jennie Snyder Urman (Jane a Virgin) will make their festival debuts. And uninformed off his preference to exit from House of Cards after deteriorate four, creator Beau Willimon will assuage a contention with David Simon (The Wire) and Tom Fontana (Oz), who collaborated on a ’90s patrolman play Homicide.
The Friday Night Lights High School reunion, as a being pegged, will move together cast, organisation and fans on a famous Panther Field for a pep convene finish with live music, print opportunities, tailgating activities, a special part screening and, yes, warn expel appearances. The event, cosponsored by Texas Monthly, coincides with a 10th anniversary of a premiere.
The O.C.writers’ room reunion – that follows in a footsteps of final year’s meetup for Dawson’s Creek – will underline creator Josh Schwartz, author and executive author Stephanie Savage (Gossip Girl), and author Leila Gerstein (Hart of Dixie). More panelists will be announced during a after date, and a reunion will also underline a special reading of a commander with a yet-to-be-announced cast.
Previously announced panels embody an Everybody Loves Raymond reunion, a writers’ room reunion for The Shield writers’ room reunion featuring Shawn Ryan; a live book reading of Fox’s unproduced Big remake from a creators of Enlisted, as good as career retrospectives for Shondaland partner Betsy Beers and Bones’ Hart Hanson. Additionally, seminal TV author Norman Lear will accept a Achievement in Television eXcellence Award.