Once a year, creators and stars of some of TV's most popular series come out of their respective studios and have a sit-down discussion in front of a live audience for the PaleyFest TV Fan Festival. The event is sponsored by the Paley Center for Media, a bi-coastal organization in LA and New York that fosters discussion on the role of media in society and maintains collections of historic broadcasts that the public can view at their two Centers.
This year's PaleyFest includes panel discussions with the creators of The Walking Dead, Revolution, Once Upon a Time, The Newsroom, Community, The New Normal, Parenthood, The Mindy Project, Nashville, Arrow, Dallas, New Girl, The Big Bang Theory, Two Broke Girls and American Horror Story: Asylum.
If you can't make it to Los Angeles, you can watch the Livestream at http://new.livestream.com/paleyfest and two of the events, the Walking Dead panel on March 7 and the Big Bang Theory panel on March 13 will be screened at movie theaters across the country. To find out if there's a theatre near you, visit www.fathomevents.com.
Current exhibits at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills include Television Out of the Box: Paley Loves Warner Bros, a collection of props, costumes, clips and episodes from some of Warner Bros most popular TV series.
Photos: The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev and a panel with the cast of Modern Family at Paley Center for Media's PaleyFest 2012 event. © Kevin Parry for PaleyFest