Like everyone else, PaleyFest NYC—one of the most prominent television events of the year, featuring showcases, reunions and panels for new, classic and upcoming programs—is going online this year. If you have run out of things to binge during the pandemic, this could at least give you some fresh tips.

The annual event, which usually takes place every October at the Paley Center in Manhattan, will stream its latest celebration of all things televised online starting at the end of this week. And the highlights of this year's lineup includes panels with the cast of Amazon Prime's The Boys, TBS' Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, the creators and voice cast of Adult Swim's Rick & Morty, and more.

In addition to those shows, there will also be discussions with the cast and creative teams from The CW's All American, AMC's Eli Roth’s History of Horror (including Roth and a little-known director named Quentin Tarantino), ABC's A Million Little Things, The CW's Supernatural, and HBO's upcoming limited series The Undoing, including stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant. There will be a celebration of the 20th anniversary Girlfriends, as well as pre-broadcast viewings of the premiere of The Undoing, the second episode of season two of Eli Roth's History of Horror, and a teaser of an upcoming episode from the final season of Supernatural.

The panels and programming will be put on the Paley channel on Yahoo Entertainment over the course of three dates: Friday October 23rd, Monday October 26th and Tuesday October 27th. After each program is up, you'll be able to watch it whenever. You can get more info about PaleyFest here, and check out the full lineup below.

Premiering on Friday, October 23rd, at 8 p.m. EST

  • AMC’s Eli Roth’s History of Horror (Eli Roth, Host and Executive Producer, and Quentin Tarantino, Subject and Filmmaker)
  • TBS’s Full Frontal with Samantha Bee (Samantha Bee, Host and Executive Producer; Alison Camillo, Executive Producer; Allana Harkin, Co-Executive Producer and Correspondent; and Mike Rubens, Correspondent and Senior Field Producer)
  • The CW’s Supernatural (Jared Padalecki, “Sam Winchester”; Jensen Ackles, “Dean Winchester”; Misha Collins, “Castiel”; Alexander Calvert, “Jack Kline”; Robert Singer, Co-Showrunner and Executive Producer; and Andrew Dabb, Co-Showrunner and Executive Producer)
  • HBO’s The Undoing (Susanne Bier, Executive Producer and Director; Nicole Kidman, Executive Producer / “Grace Fraser”; Hugh Grant, “Jonathan Fraser”; Edgar Ramírez, “Detective Joe Mendoza”; Noah Jupe, “Henry Fraser”; Noma Dumezweni, “Haley Fitzgerald”; Matilda De Angelis, “Elena Alves”; and Ismael Cruz Córdova, “Fernando Alves”)

Premiering on Monday, October 26th, at 8 p.m. EST

  • Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys (Karl Urban, “Billy Butcher”, Karen Fukuhara, “Kimiko”; Chace Crawford, “The Deep”; Erin Moriarty, “Annie January/Starlight”; Laz Alonso, “Mother’s Milk”; Aya Cash, “Stormfront”; Jessie T. Usher, “A-Train”; Stephan Fleet, VFX Supervisor; and LJ Shannon, Supersuits Designer; and special appearances by Jack Quaid, “Hughie”; and Antony Starr, “Homelander”)
  • Netflix’s 20th Anniversary of Girlfriends (Mara Brock Akil, Creator, Showrunner, and Executive Producer; Tracee Ellis Ross, “Joan Carol Clayton”; Persia White, “Lynn Ann Searcy”; Golden Brooks, “Maya Denise Wilkes”; Jill Marie Jones, “Antoinette ‘Toni’ Marie Childs-Garrett"; and Reggie Hayes, “William Jerome Dent”)
  • ABC’s A Million Little Things (DJ Nash, Creator and Executive Producer; Romany Malco, “Rome Howard”; Allison Miller, “Maggie Bloom”; Christina Moses, “Regina Howard”; and Grace Park, “Katherine Kim”)

Premiering on Tuesday, October 27th, at 8:00 p.m. EST

  • The CW’s All American (Taye Diggs, “Billy Baker”; Daniel Ezra, “Spencer James”; Greta Onieogou, “Layla Keating”; Samantha Logan, “Olivia Baker”; Michael Evans Behling, “Jordan Baker”; Karimah Westbrook, “Grace James”; Monet Mazur, “Laura Baker”; Bre-Z, “Coop”; Cody Christian, “Asher Adams”; Jalyn Hall, “Dillon James”; Chelsea Tavares, “Patience”; Greg Berlanti, Executive Producer; Nkechi Okoro Carroll, Executive Producer; and Robbie Rogers, Producer)
  • Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty (Dan Harmon, Co-Creator & Executive Producer; Chris Parnell, “Jerry Smith”; Sarah Chalke, “Beth Smith”; and Spencer Grammer, “Summer Smith”)