"Adam Devine's House Party" is a stand-up series on Comedy Central. Host Adam Devine ("Workaholics") takes the party to the next level as the series spotlights 24 of his favorite up-and-coming comedians.

Viewers find out what happens behind the scenes when Devine is given a massive party budget and free reign of an LA mansion. Naturally, things get a little crazy as some of Devine's favorite up-and-coming comedians stop by to enjoy the party and perform stand-up sets on the incredible backyard stage. In the premiere, titled "Ex-Girlfriend" and featuring Ahmed Bharoocha, Andrew Santino, and Barry Rothbart, Adam makes a fool of himself as he tries to impress his former flame who shows up to the party on Andrew's arm.

Every episode mixes scripted storylines with real stand-up, and features an exciting lineup of up-and-coming talent: Asif Ali, Austin Anderson, Ron Babcock, Kevin Barnett, Byron Bowers, Matt Broussard, Pete Davidson, Drennon Davis, Sean Donnelly, Ron Funches, Matt Koff, Annie Lederman, the Lucas Brothers, Brent Morin, Esther Povitsky, Josh Rabinowitz, Adam Ray, Sam Simmons, Liza Treyger, Brooks Wheelan and Hampton Yount. Every great party needs a great soundtrack, during the season both Trash Talk and Palma Violets will stop by to play for the party guests.

"Adam Devine's House Party" is produced by Avalon Television and is executive produced by Devine, Avalon's Jon Thoday, Richard Allen-Turner, David Martin, Isaac Horne and fellow "Workaholic" Kyle Newacheck, who will also direct the series. Christian McLaughlin and Toni Magon are the executives in charge of production for Comedy Central.


Network: Comedy Central
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: October 24, 2013
Seasons: 3
Production Company: Avalon Television

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