News keeps pouring out of the Television Critics Association, but now sights can be set on another big event for TV fans with PaleyFest 2012 announcing this year’s panels with some of the biggest shows of the season. Community (which is apparently not cancelled yet) will make an appearance and new shows like American Horror Story and New Girl will debut at the festival alongside fan favorites like Mad Men and Modern Family. For the complete list of shows bring cast and crew to PaleyFest 2012 and details on how to get tickets, hit the jump.
Here’s the complete list of shows making an appearance at PaleyFest 2012 (though specific talents at each panel have yet to be revealed):
American Horror Story
Once Upon A Time
Sons of Anarchy
The Vampire Diaries
Two and a Half Men
Individual tickets go on sale to members of the Paley Center for Media on January 13th and to the general public on January 15th. However, festival packages are on sale right now and you can get all the information you need right here. Hopefully we’ll have some coverage from PaleyFest 2012 for some of your favorite shows, so stay tuned.
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