American sitcom ‘Party Down’ is ready to be back with its Season 3 as well as a revival of the original series that ran from March 20, 2009, to June 25, 2010, on Starz.
The plot revolves around a s*xtet of caterers who want to set their mark in Hollywood. The season is set to air on February 24, 2023.
This article lists a number of other television series that you should watch while waiting for Party Down Season 3 to arrive.
Must Watch 10 Series Like Party Down Season 3
Silicon Valley – Number of Seasons: 6
This comedy television series parodies the culture of the technology industry in Silicon Valley from which the series takes its title.
The plot presents a programmer named Richard who creates an app and begins trying to fetch investors for it while five other programmers try to establish themselves in Silicon Valley.
The series won five Primetime Emmy nominations and ran from April 6, 2014, to December 8, 2019, on HBO.
Barry – Number of Seasons: 3
Bill Hader and Alec Berg created this dark comedy crime drama series that revolves around a hitman named Barry Berkman who after traveling to Los Angeles to kill someone, finds himself aspiring to become an actor and joining an acting class.
Creator Bill Hader himself starred as protagonist Barry Berkman in the series. It won a total of forty-four Primetime nominations and was released on March 25, 2018, on HBO.
Netflix Presents: The Chara- Number of Seasons: 1
This is a comedy sketch show in which eight budding comedians star in their own thirty-minute show that they themselves have written.
The eight comedians featured are Lauren Lapkus, Phil Burgers, Kate Berlant, Paul W. Downs, Tim Robinson, John Early, Henry Zebrowski, and Natasha Rothwell. The series premiered on March 11, 2016, on Netflix.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – Number of Seasons: 4
Robert Carlock and Tina Fey created this American sitcom that revolves around a woman named Kimmy Schmidt and her entrance into modern life after fifteen years in a cult and a gay wannabe Broadway actor Titus who rents a room from her as both of them helps each other out.
Better Things – Number of Seasons: 5
Pamela Adlon and Louis C.K. created this comedy-drama series the plot of which surrounds a divorced actress, who while raising her three daughters as a single parent, finds herself juggling her duties in her personal and professional lives.
Pamela Adlon portrayed the protagonist Sam Fox in the series and won a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for this role. It ran from September 8, 2016, to April 25, 2022, on FX.
Master of None – Number of Seasons: 3
Ansari himself played the protagonist in the series that won three Primetime Emmy Awards. It ran from November 6, 2015, to May 23, 2021, on Netflix.
GLOW – Number of Seasons: 3
Carly Mensch and Liz Flahive created this comedy-drama series the plot of which is set in Los Angeles in the ’80s and surrounds an unemployed actress and her unexpected opportunity at stardom with twelve other Hollywood misfits in the world of women’s wrestling.
Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel, Britney Young, and Marc Maron are some of the cast members of the series that won ten Primetime Emmy nominations and ran from June 23, 2017, to August 9, 2019, on Netflix.
I Love That for You – Number of Seasons: 1
Jeremy Beiler and Vanessa Bayer created this American comedy tv series the plot of which is centered upon a woman named Joanna Gold who is determined to fulfill her dream of becoming an on-air host at a home shopping network and overcoming her childhood leukemia.
American actress, singer, and comedian Vanessa Bayer portrayed Joanna Gold in the series who received an Emmy nomination for being cast in Saturday Night Live.
This show is also loosely based on Bayer’s own childhood experiences of being a survivor of leukemia. It premiered on May 1, 2022, on Showtime.
Crashing – Number of Seasons: 3
Pete Holmes created this comedy-drama series that revolves around a young stand-up comedian who finds his life crashed when he discovers his wife is cheating on him with a young Italian boxer.
The series ran from February 19, 2017, to March 10, 2019, on HBO.
Girls5eva – Number of Seasons: 2
This musical comedy series is about a one-hit-wonder girl pop group whose members give one more shot to their dreams of balancing family and aging problems. The series premiered on May 6, 2021.