Paul Scheer Is Recreating 'TRL' Episodes with a New Web Series 'Scheer-RL'
by Megh Wright Now that Paul Scheer has already mastered the art of recreating Arsenio Hall Show episodes, he's back for a brand new set of remakes with JASH, this time to honor Carson Daly's honorable run as host of MTV's TRL. For the first episode he's joined by Thomas Middleditch, Ryan Hansen, Ma... [Read More]
“Party Down’s” Ryan Hansen joins the cast of NBC’s “Bad Judge”
One of NBC’s new fall sitcoms, Bad Judge, just added another member to its cast. Joining alongside Kate Walsh (the tituliar “bad judge”) is Ryan Hansen, according to Deadline. Hansen is most likely best known for his role as Kyle on the short-lived Starz sitcom Party Down, 2 Broke ... [Read More]
Ryan Hansen and James Van Der Beek in ‘New’ CBS Pilots
Pilot season is rearing up and will soon be busting down our front doors and infiltrating our minds with chubby redneck kids high on pixie sticks, orange people with fetal alcohol syndrome and a general sense of douchebaggery. But before it comes dow... [Read More]
Ken Marino, Michael Ian Black, Kristen Bell and more will star in Bachelor parody for Yahoo!
If you felt amazingly satisfied after watching Funny Or Die’s parody of The Bachelor starring David Spade — I know I did — you are going to mess your pants now. Ken Marino, he of Wet Hot American Summer, The State and many a comedy ... [Read More]
The cast and creators of Party Down | The A.V. Club Interview
The A.V. Club met with Party Down showrunner Rob Thomas, his co-creators John Enbom and Dan Etheridge, and stars Lizzy Caplan, Ryan Hansen, Ken Marino, Megan Mullally, Adam Scott, and Martin Starr for a brief, laugh-punctuated discussion of what aspects of Party Down would work best in 3D, where the movie might take the characters (physically and emotionally), and the sage advice of one Steve Guttenberg. [Read More]
“Party Down” movie talks progressing nicely, says show creator Rob Thomas
Alamo Drafthouse theater in Austin hosted the cast and crew (stars Adam Scott, Ken Marino, Lizzy Caplan, Martin Starr, Megan Mullally, and Ryan Hansen, as well as creators Rob Thomas, Dan Etheridge, and John Enbom) for a screening of the entire series over a 10-hour period, bookended by two parties. In other words, there was lots and lots and lots of drinking and merriment. [Read More]