Out There premieres on IFC on Friday, February 22 at 10:30/9:30c (with a sneak peek January 11 at 10:30/9:30c after a brand new Portlandia)



Big news from IFC HQ: Today we announced that Pamela Adlon (Louie, King of the Hill), Fred Armisen (Portlandia, SNL), Linda Cardellini (ER, Freaks and Geeks), John DiMaggio (Futurama, Adventure Time), Kate Micucci (Raising Hope, Bored to Death), Megan Mullally (Children’s Hospital, Party Down) and Justin Roiland (Fish Hooks, Adventure Time) will be voicing the main characters in our brand new half-hour original animated series, Out There, which premieres Friday, February 22 at 10:30/9:30c ET/PT. The show’s creator Ryan Quincy, who is a two-time Emmy-winning animation director and producer of South Park, will voice the main character, Chad Stevens.

Out There chronicles the coming-of-age misadventures of socially awkward Chad (Ryan Quincy), his little brother Jay (Kate Micucci) and his best friend, Chris (Justin Roiland). Living in the small town of Holford, the boys wander its surreal, bleak landscape waiting out their last few years of adolescence. Along the way, viewers meet Chad’s conservative parents, Wayne (John DiMaggio) and Rose (Megan Mullally), as well as Chris’s single mother, Joanie (Pamela Adlon) and her disastrous boyfriend, Terry (Fred Armisen). They also meet the object of Chad’s affection, Sharla (Linda Cardellini). Head over to our gallery of characters to match pictures to voices.

“It was important to have these characters feel real. What I love so much about our cast is they are all amazing actors that can create funny, believable and endearing characters,” said Ryan Quincy.

The series confronts the perils of youth including puberty, first loves and social ostracism, while exploring that terrifying limbo between childhood and adulthood when fragile young personalities form and re-form. Relive the agony and ecstasy of those special times as Chad and Chris try to navigate life… out there.

Out There is created, written by and executive produced by Quincy. Tony Gama-Lobo (King of the Hill) and Rebecca May (King of the Hill) are executive producers. Out There is produced for IFC by 20th Century Fox Television.

Out There premieres on IFC on Friday, February 22 at 10:30/9:30c

Catch a sneak peek of Out There on Friday, January 11 at 10:30/9:30c

Megan Mullally: ‘Party Down’ Movie May Shoot Next Summer, May Have Financial Backing

While appearing on this week’s episode of Comedy Bang Bang, Mullally let slip a bit of information about the much-rumored ‘Party Down’ film. She stressed that nothing is official but they’re hoping for “next hiatus [spring or summer]” for production.

She went on to say that this hinges on them finishing the script and having it approved as well. More significantly though, after host Scott Aukerman followed up, Mullally said that she thinks the film is financed, “pending script approval.”

The ‘Children’s Hospital’ actor also went as far as to say that there would be, “some sort of mayhem” if the film doesn’t happen, as the cast is that enthusiastic about making it.

Nick Offerman, Alison Brie, and Megan Mullally get high in ‘Somebody Up There Likes Me’ promo video.

(via jlgodard44)

Also, Tribeca Films has acquired the movie and will release it in Spring of 2013.

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You need to watch Megan Mullally and Casey Wilson perform ‘Torn.’

Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally, the husband-and-wife team who play ex-spouses on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” have joined the cast of Lionsgate’s laffer “Gay Dude” along with Gary Cole and Brian Geraghty (“The Hurt Locker”).

Meeting Megan pretty much made my life amazing. I was pretty happy biding my time looking for my dream job, and she by far is the most supportive element of my life. She really always kept my confidence up and she coaches me in my auditions. When I finally got the part of Ron Swanson, I was so grateful all of these other crappy TV shows that I had tested for [didn’t hire me] - I was like, ‘Thank God, the universe saved me for this job’. I could not have written a part that was so much my dream part. I could not have even fathomed that it exists.