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‘Party Down’ Season 3 Trailer Shows Gang Renion for Starz Relaunch

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Starz has finally released the official teaser for the upcoming Party Down relaunch. It reunites the original cast, which includes Adam Scott, Ken Marino, Jane Lynch, and others. The series is set to premiere on February 24th.

The teaser for Party Down Season 3 shows that the business is up and operating. But, their work atmosphere has changed greatly due to the changes in team members’ personal and professional positions. Several former Party Down caterers seem to have moved on, yet many reappear for a reunion. This will reunite the cast from the first two seasons, which might lead to more catering contracts, despite Henry’s unhappiness with his entire Los Angeles trip. The previous and new teasers of Party Down Season 3 indicate that the show’s comedy will be similar to seasons 1 and 2.

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After almost 13 years far from television, Party Down returns for Season 3 on Starz, which has released a new teaser for the comeback. Party Down Season 1 made its network debut in 2009 with a ten-episode. The show follows a group of performers who go to Los Angeles for fame but end up working as caterers. 

The series normally runs weekly, with the caterers working on various celebrity events. After the series was cancelled after season 2, the network relaunched it for a season 3 with a six-episode, with many of the original cast members returning. The Party Down relaunch on Starz is quickly becoming an exciting sequel of a story that ended too quickly, with most of the original actors returning and the teaser receiving positive feedback. 

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