Exclusive: Interviews from ‘Happy Together’ PaleyFest Fall TV Preview Event


We were on the red carpet for the PaleyFest Fall TV Preview event for upcoming CBS show ‘Happy Together.’ Check out our exclusive interviews with Daman Wayans Jr., Stephnie Weir, Victor Williams, Chris Parnell, and Producers Austen Earl and Ben Winston!


First episode date: October 1, 2018
Network: CBS
Happily married Jake and Claire don’t seem to have many complaints, and they seem to get more enjoyment out of Saturday nights spent binge-watching TV shows than they would partying until dawn at the hottest clubs. That all changes when a client of Jake’s accounting firm — who is also one of the world’s most well-known pop stars — decides to hide out at their house for a few days. Once he moves in, Cooper helps the couple reconnect with their younger, cooler selves, leading everyone to believe this unconventional living arrangement might just be the best thing to happen to all three of them.
Our exclusive interviews

Daman Wayans Jr.:


Victor Williams & Stephnie Weir:


Chris Parnell:


Producer Austen Earl:


Producer Ben Winston: 



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