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SEARCH PARTY
Air Date: Sunday, December 10, 2017
Time Slot: 10:00 PM-11:00 PM EST on TBS
Episode Title: (#207/208) "Denial / Hysteria"
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Search Party

"Denial"

Sunday, December 10, 2017 -- 10:00pm ET/PT -- TV-MA-L

While the gang's distance grows, Dory drops in on Keith's funeral, Drew investigates the threatening flowers left at his work, Portia severs ties with her mother, Elliott endures group therapy at rehab, and Julian realizes Mary may be an imperfect role model.

"Hysteria"

Sunday, December 10, 2017 -- 10:30pm ET/PT -- TV-MA-L

Dory and Drew receive a visit from hot-on-the-trail Officer Joy Hartman, make a shocking discovery about who knows what they did, meet up with a renewed Elliott, and still make it to Portia's play on time.

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SEARCH PARTY (TBS)
Returns in TBA 2019 (Exact Date TBA)
BROADCAST HISTORY:
11/21/16 - ???
STATUS:
returning in 2019/2020 (date TBA)
TIME SLOT:
not on the schedule
CURRENT SEASON:
3 (??? episodes)
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
renewed through the 2018-19 season (the show's third) on 4/23/18
DESCRIPTION:
(from TBS's press release, April 2018) TBS has given season pickups to two of its original series. Cable's #1 comedy The Last O.G. will return with a second season and the blistering breakout comedy-thriller Search Party is renewed for a third season. Search Party executive producers Sarah-Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers, who created the series with executive producer Michael Showalter, have inked an overall deal with TBS. In addition to continuing to oversee Search Party, the duo will develop and produce new projects exclusive to Turner in television and digital programming. Starring Alia Shawkat, Meredith Hagner, John Early, John Reynolds and Brandon Micheal Hall, Search Party grew double-digits in its sophomore season, was TBS' #1 series on digital, and became the fastest TBS original to reach one million views on VOD in season one. On Demand and digital views account for 11% of the show's multiplatform reach, with an on-demand audience as much as 17 years younger than linear. Search Party was hailed as one of 2017's best television shows by publications including The New Yorker, Vogue, GQ, NPR, and more. In praise of the show's second season, reviewers have called Search Party "a marvel in tonal balance, managing to be both grim and goofy" (Kevin Fallon, Daily Beast); "a strange and beguiling kind of pain, and I'm thoroughly hooked on it" (Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair); and "at once brooding and bleak and satirical and perceptive" (Margaret Lyons, New York Times). "Making Search Party has been a very dreamy experience because of the support and enthusiasm of the entire TBS team, so we of course jumped at the chance to make more things with them," said Search Party co-creators and executive producers Sarah-Violet Bliss and Charles Rogers. "Our plan is to pitch them one hundred shows a day, amounting to 36,500 pitches. It's never been done before and that's why it has to happen." "We couldn't be prouder of these two comedies and that they've been recognized by critics and audiences alike for their uniquely hilarious points of view in a very crowded field," said Brett Weitz, executive vice president of programming for TBS. "We truly believe The Last O.G. and Search Party are two of the best shows on television."
PRINCIPAL CAST INFORMATION:
· Alia Shawkat as Dory
· Brandon Micheal Hall as Julian
· Christine Taylor as Gail
· John Early as Elliott
· John Reynolds as Drew
· Meredith Hagner as Portia
· Parker Posey as Brick
· Ron Livingston as Keith
· Rosie Perez as Lorraine
CREW INFORMATION:
· Charles Rogers as CRTR/EP/DIR (Pilot)
· Lilly Burns as EP
· Michael Showalter as EP
· Sarah-Violet Bliss as CRTR/EP/DIR (Pilot)
· Tony Hernandez as EP
GENRE(S):
· comedy (all)
· comedy (single-camera)
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Jax Media