ATX Television Festival
The ATX Television Festival is an annual event that brings together fans and the industry to celebrate the television medium by looking at its history, where it is now, and where it is headed. The festival consists of screenings followed by Q&As, panels, and events, and is known for reunions of both classic shows and cult hits.
Screenings showcase never-aired pilots, cancelled too soon series, and current favorites, as well as world premieres of new series. Panels span from industry deep dives, to fan-focused conversations, along with discussions on representation (in front of and behind the camera) and responsibility in storytelling.
The 2022 festival will include reunions for shows like Justified, Parenthood, and Scrubs; the world premiere screening of Lifetime’s limited series Flowers in the Attic: The Origin; a live episode of the Friday Night Lights rewatch podcast, Clear Eyes, Full Hearts with surprise guest appearances; Season 2 premiere screening of Peacock’s original comedy, Rutherford Falls; a discussion with showrunner/executive producer Allison Miller and executive producer/star Emmy Rossum of Angelyne; and a closing panel discussion for Westworld, featuring creators Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan.