Warner Bros. TV Stars Go 'Out of the Box' at Paley Center
4:03 PM PDT 4/13/2012 by Sophie Schillaci, Philiana Ng, Chris Godley
The studio's lengthy history was placed on display, when Warner Bros. and the Paley Center teamed up to showcase memorabilia, props and costumes in a new exhibit. Actors and execs from iconic shows past and present turned out for the unveiling on April 12, including Patricia Heaton, Ben McKenzie, Beth Behrs, Chuck Lorre and Les Moonves. The exhibit is slated to run for the next three years.
Pretty Little Liars' Torrey DeVitto and The Vampire Diaries' Paul Wesley stay close at the April 12 opening. DeVitto also recurs on Wesley's CW vampire drama.
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Southland's Ben McKenzie smiled for photogs on the red carpet outside the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills.
Michael Cudlitz and Jeremy Sisto
Southland's Michael Cudlitz and Suburgatory's Jeremy Sisto catch up at the star-filled get-together.
Two Broke Girls star Beth Behrs paired a sunshine-yellow dress with a pop of indigo on the red carpet.
Without his cast in attendance, The Big Bang Theory creator Chuck Lorre posed with the next best thing -- a photo from the show.
Everybody Loves Raymond and The Middle actress Patricia Heaton showed off the bright and spring-friendly liner of her black and white jacket.
The Vampire Diaries star Candiace Accola stops by the opening of "Television: Out of the Box" exhibit. Accola recently told THR that Tyler, who returns to the Mystic Falls mix April 19, and Caroline fans will "be happy."
Mixing it Up
Fringe's Joshua Jackson, Warner Bros. TV president Peter Roth, Warner Bros. CEO and chairman Barry Meyer,The Mentalist's Amanda Righetti and Warner Bros. TV group president Bruce Rosenblum posed for a group shot on the carpet.
The Talk's Julie Chen was all smiles on the red carpet.
Fringe star John Noble, who just wrapped filming on the Fox cult drama earlier this week, wore a classic suit to the exhibition opening.
Steven R. McQueen and Josh Henderson
The Vampire Diaries' Steven R. McQueen, who returned to action on the CW drama a few weeks ago, and Dallas' Josh Henderson walk the carpet.
Original Dallas cast members Patrick Duffy, Linda Gray and Larry Hagman -- all returning for the 2012 reboot -- enjoyed themed cupcakes for "Television: Out of the Box" event at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills.
Alcatraz actor Jorge Garcia stepped out for the April 12 opening.
Shameless' Justin Chatwin stops by the event spotlighting Warner Bros. TV programs of the past, present and future.
Pretty Little Liars' Laura Leighton kept it simple in black at the Warner Bros. TV exhibit, "Television: Out of the Box."
Former Seinfeld actor Michael Richards took a walk down memory lane in the iconic fictional diner, Monk's cafe.
Bruce Rosenblum, Les Moonves
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Julie Gonzalo and Brenda Strong
Dallas stars Julie Gonzalo and Brenda Strong pose together for photographers at the Warner Bros. TV event.
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