Viacom's Palladia Renews Daryl Hall's 'Live from Daryl's House'

Mark Maglio

Recent guests on the show include Aaron Neville, Sammy Hagar, Aloe Blacc & Ben Folds.

Daryl Hall's web-to-cable series Live From Daryl’s House will remain at Viacom-owned network Palladia through 2017.

The high-definition music channel has committed to two additional seasons of the critically acclaimed show with production set to start this fall at Daryl's House Restaurant & Live Music Club in Pawling, New York.

Recent guests on Live From Daryl's House, with whom the Hall & Oates singer collaborates musically, include Aaron Neville, Sammy Hagar, Aloe Blacc and Ben Folds, among others.

Says Hall in announcing the two-year pact with his own Good Cop Bad Cop Productions: "Palladia understands what my show is about and I look forward to my continued relationship with them."

Live from Daryl's House is executive produced by Hall, along with manager Jonathan Wolfson, who notes, "The landscape of TV is constantly changing" and "LFDH has become synonymous with the Viacom-owned network."

The show, which began in 2007, has won a Webby Award for best variety series and an O Music Award from MTV. A national tour of Live From Daryl's House, featuring Hall and previous show guests Sharon Jones and Allen Stone, also saw a successful run.

This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.

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