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The fourth annual ATX Television Festival has released another slice of its lineup ahead of its June 4-7 event.
Joining the Gilmore Girls and Dawson’s Creek writers’ reunion and Queer as Folk anniversary special, the festival has added a farewell for FX’s Justified, a “canceled too soon” session for Boomtown as well as a special Boy Meets Girl Meets World panel featuring the creators and casts of both series.
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Also set for the panel treatment is Fox’s upcoming summer limited series Wayward Pines, with Chad Hodge, Carla Gugino, Reed Diamond and Donald De Line; USA Network’s critical darling comedy Playing House with stars/co-creators Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham; ABC Family’s groundbreaking The Fosters with Brad Bredeweg, Sherri Saum and Peter Paige — the latter of whom will also participate in the Queer as Folk reunion; Comedy Central’s Drunk History as well as a special conversation with Friends creator Marta Kauffman. Also set for the panel treatment is Comedy Central’s Drunk History’s History: a session with creators Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner as well as cast members set to be announced later. Additionally, ATX will host a special second-season premiere for Starz’s Power, landing the Friday Night Marquee Screening with the cast and producers of the series.
The Justified farewell will feature creator/EP Graham Yost looking back on the FX series with additional producers and cast members to be announced later.
Yost will also be part of ATX’s “canceled too soon” series with Boomtown, where he’ll be joined by EP Jon Avnet, producer Fred Golan as well as cast members Neal McDonough, Mykelti Williamson, Nina Garbiras, Jason Gedrick and Gary Basaraba.
The sessions join previously announced reunions including Gilmore Girls, Queer as Folk, Journeyman and more. Additional programming will be announced.
Additional details about the ATX Festival can be found at www.atxfestival.com.
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