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Search Party
Search Party
6.5
Search Party
6.5

A dark comedy about four self-absorbed twenty-somethings who become entangled in an ominous mystery when a former college acquaintance suddenly disappears.

Party Down
Party Down
7.6
Party Down
7.6

Party Down is an American comedy television series that follows a Los Angeles, California, catering team for the titular company. The sextet of aspiring Hollywood actors and writers, as well as drifting lost souls, work small-time catering gigs while hoping for their break or some positive change in their lives.

Party of Five
Party of Five
6.6
Party of Five
6.6

Five brothers and sisters are determined to stay together following the tragic loss of their parents.

Party Legends
Party Legends
0.0
Party Legends
0.0

Notable and notorious personalities share their most candid party stories with help from emerging artists and animators.

Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party
Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party
9.4
Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party
9.4

The Queen of Cuisine and the King of Kush are coming together to invite their celebrity friends over for a little potluck fun. Games, recipes and musical guests. It's guaranteed to have everyone buzzing.

Noel's House Party
Noel's House Party
9.0
Noel's House Party
9.0

Noel's House Party is a BBC television light entertainment show hosted by Noel Edmonds that was broadcast live on Saturday evenings throughout the 1990s. It was set in a large house in the fictional village of Crinkley Bottom, leading to much innuendo. The show was broadcast during the autumn-spring season. It was the successor show to Noel's Saturday Roadshow, and carried over some of its regular features such as the Gunge Tank, the Gotcha Oscar and Wait 'Till I Get You Home. In 2010, Noel's House Party was voted the best Saturday night TV show of all time. The show had many regular guests posing as fictional villagers, including Frank Thornton and Vicki Michelle. The show gave birth to Mr. Blobby in the Gotcha segment. The character became well known, ruining the premise of the segment, but Blobby still made appearances. There was also a contrived rivalry between Noel and Tony Blackburn. In addition, many episodes featured one-off guest stars, including Michael Crawford as Frank Spencer, who came in to find the whole audience dressed as Frank after Fantastic Stuart Henderson from Troon had performed as Frank singing The Beatles song "I Saw Her Standing There", and Ken Dodd in a highwayman's outfit - 'Going cheap at the Maxwell sale' - as Noel's long lost 'twin', Berasent.

Food Party
Food Party
0.0
Food Party
0.0

Food Party is an American television series that airs on the Independent Film Channel in the United States. The show is a pseudo-reality cooking show filmed on an elaborate, technicolored cardboard kitchen set. Each episode features multi-course, out-of-this-world gourmet meals cooked up by hostess Thu Tran and a cast of colorful puppets for arriving "celebrity" guests. The show was originally produced and filmed in Cleveland for two web series based episodes, and later relocated to Brooklyn for the final web series episodes and six IFC produced shows. In October 2010 Thu Tran announced that the show was not picked up by IFC for a third season.

Party Animals
Party Animals
9.0
Party Animals
9.0

Party Animals presents Westminster from the ground up – the young researchers and advisors shouldering huge responsibility in a frantic, high-stakes world. It's no wonder their personal lives are so messy. Sons of an ex-Labour MP, Scott and Danny Foster have politics in their blood.

Aarti Party
Aarti Party
0.0
Aarti Party
0.0

Aarti Party is a Food Network television program in the USA, starring Aarti Sequeira, the sixth season winner of the reality series The Next Food Network Star. The program focuses on sharing easy ways to enhance American favorite dishes with simple but unique Indian influences. It premiered on August 22, 2010. Sequeira pitched the idea for the series—similar to a 2008-2010 online cooking variety show she hosted called Aarti Paarti—during her time on The Next Food Network Star. Aarti Party was renewed for a 13-episode second season, which began on December 12, 2010. The third season began on Sunday, July 3, 2011, at 9am/8c according to her website.

Jim Henson's Word Party
Jim Henson's Word Party
6.7
Jim Henson's Word Party
6.7
Party/Party
Party/Party
0.0
Party/Party
0.0
Jazz Party
Jazz Party
0.0
Jazz Party
0.0

Jazz Party, also known as Art Ford's Jazz Party, was a TV series featuring jazz musicians on WNTA-TV in New York City, and which aired on Thursdays at 9pm ET from May 8, 1958 to December 25, 1958. The 90-minute shows, hosted by Art Ford, were distributed by the DuMont Television Network. The shows were also aired on Armed Forces Television. All episodes were filmed in a New Jersey studio, except for the final episode, which was recorded August 11, 1958 in New Orleans, and aired on December 25. Performers who appeared on the series included Billie Holiday, Coleman Hawkins, Buster Bailey, Vinnie Burke, Roy Eldridge, Abbey Lincoln, J. C. Higginbotham, Les Paul, Dick Hyman, Anita O'Day, Mary Osborne, Teddy Charles, Harry Sheppard, Maxine Sullivan, Alec Templeton, and many others.

Talent Party
Talent Party
0.0
Talent Party
0.0

Talent Party was a Southern teen dance TV program that aired between 1964 and 1973 featuring many of the popular artists in Rhythm and blues, rock and pop music of the day. The off-shoot of Dance Party, it began airing on WHBQ-TV which had already produced several local programs featuring Memphis personalities. Hosted by disc jockey George Klein, Talent Party was hugely successful, giving many garage bands their first television appearances.

Partička
Partička
4.0
Partička
4.0

Partička is an improvisation show of Prima TV, based on the Slovak version of the same name. The entire program is based on the improvisation of four actors in different games. As in the Slovak version, Daniel Dangl accompanies the show, and Marián Čurko is the music.

House Party
House Party
0.0
House Party
0.0

House Party is an American radio daytime variety/talk show that aired on CBS Radio and on ABC Radio from January 15, 1945 to October 13, 1967. It had an equally long run on CBS television as Art Linkletter's House Party and, in its final season, The Linkletter Show, airing from September 1, 1952 to September 5, 1969. The series was launched when producer John Guedel learned that an ad agency wanted to do a new daytime audience participation show, and he pitched a series that would star Art Linkletter. Asked to provide an outline, Guedel and Linkletter came up with a format that would give Linkletter great freedom and allow for spontaneity.

The Tea Party
The Tea Party
0.0
The Tea Party
0.0
Party V.I.P.
Party V.I.P.
0.0
Party V.I.P.
0.0

Designer Marie-Christine Lavoie organize, with the helping hand of a well-known accomplice, a major event for a local personality. Design, decoration, creative direction, gifts and other surprises come together to create an atmosphere that’s tailor made to charm the guest of honour.

Party Over Here
Party Over Here
3.9
Party Over Here
3.9

A late-night half-hour sketch comedy series skewering everything from pop culture to politics.

Guilty Party
Guilty Party
10.0
Guilty Party
10.0

When someone steals Emma's diary and reveals her secrets to the whole school, she'll stop at nothing to get her revenge.

Party Heat
Party Heat
0.0
Party Heat
0.0
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