Panels include casts of 'Bones,' 'Sunny,' 'View'

Chats with the women of “The View,” Sarah Silverman, George Carlin and the casts of “Bones” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” highlight the spring lineup for the Paley Center for Media.

The Beverly Hills branch of the org will begin hosting panel sessions immediately following its already announced Paley Festival. In the Next Generation category, makers of “Quarterlife” (March 28), which began online, was canceled by NBC after one episode and has found a new home on Bravo, gets a chance to state its case. Also under the Next Generation banner are “Kyle XY” (April 7) and “Greek” (April 28).

Other shows to be screened and discussed from the Paley Center’s West Coast home include “The Young and the Restless: 35th Anniversary” (April 10), “The Riches” (April 18) and “Moonlight” (April 22).

Individually, Debra Messing (May 1) and producer David Gerber (June 3) will get a night of their own. June 10 will feature “Beyond the Anchor Desk: The Rise of Citizen Journalism.”

From the New York branch, the lineup begins March 31 with “The Art of Media Savvy Satire,” as Bob Elliott leads a discussion with Chris Elliott and Keith Olbermann. Other events from Gotham include “Click Critics: The Power of Fan Websites” (May 19).

Spring lineup for the Paley Center for Media:

Beverly Hills

March 28: “Quarterlife”

April 7: “Kyle XY”

April 9: “Bones”

April 10: “The Young and the Restless: 35th Anniversary”

April 18: “The Riches”

April 21: “The Sarah Silverman Program”

April 22: “Moonlight”

April 28: “Greek”

May 1: “Creating Characters: Debra Messing and ‘The Starter Wife’”

May 8: “A Conversation With George Carlin”

June 3: “A Salute to David Gerber”

June 10: “Beyond the Anchor Desk: The Rise of Citizen Journalism”

June 30: “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”

New York

March 31: “The Art of the Media Savvy Satire”

April 1: “Human Giant Live!”

April 7: “Sparring With Norman Mailer and Gore Vidal”

April 9: “The View”

April 15: “PBS’ Masterpiece Classic: ‘My Boy Jack’”

April 16: “A Night With WNYC”

April 24: “From Bella to Hillary: Women, Media and Politics”

April 28: “Rediscovering Glenn Gould”

May 8: “40th Anniversary of the NBC Petula Clark Special ‘Petula’ With Harry Belafonte”

May 15: “George Gershwin and Kay Swift: An Evening of Song and Television”

May 19: “Click Critics: The Power of Fan Websites”

May 21: “Nice ‘n’ Easy: The Lyrics of Alan and Marilyn Bergman”

May 22: “Richard Burton’s Complete Hamlet: Live via Electronovision”

May 28: “A Sundance Channel Exclusive Series: On the Road in America”

May 29: “Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives: American Premiere With Mark Everett”

June 2: “Applause, Applause: A Salute to Charles Strouse”

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