March 8, 2011

Hot in Cleveland

Tuesday, March 8, 2011
7:00 pm PT
Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills

In Person

Valerie Bertinelli, “Melanie Moretti”
Jane Leeves, “Joy Scroggs”
Wendie Malick, “Victoria Chase”
Betty White, “Elka Ostrovsky”
Sean Hayes, Executive Producer
Suzanne Martin, Executive Producer/Creator



TV Land achieved its highest ratings ever with its first original scripted series, Hot in Cleveland. In its debut season Hot was also the most popular sitcom on cable. And critics were enthusiastic too about the comedy revolving around three over-forty Los Angeles residents: writer Melanie (Valerie Bertinelli), stylist Joy (Jane Leeves), and soap opera queen Victoria (Wendie Malick), who end up in Cleveland when their Paris-bound airplane makes an emergency landing. After realizing that the residents of the Ohio city are less concerned with the superficial than LA, the trio decides to rent a house that comes complete with feisty caretaker Elka (the inimitable Betty White). The veteran and esteemed cast has been honored with two 2011 Screen Actors Guild Award nominations. 


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  • My question is for Betty: after all these years in television, what motivates you to keep working? 

    victoriagordon, March 08, 2011 at 7:11 pm

  • Sean Hayes: How do you like working behind the camera instead of infront of it for once?

    CassidyH, March 07, 2011 at 3:24 pm

  • Valerie~ Your facial expressions on the show are hysterical. Sometimes one of the gals will make a comment and the look on your face will have me laughing out loud. Do you find it more difficult doing a show in front of a live studio audience where the reaction (or lack thereof) is immediate?

    Kim M, March 07, 2011 at 3:19 pm

  • Sean Hayes: After having found 4 such wonderful Gals all with Mega TV shows under their belts - and you, yourself coming off a mega TV Hit..... How do you contain your joyfull glee each day?

    We Love the Show! - David & Fred

    Hollywood Dave, March 06, 2011 at 10:30 pm

  • Betty White: How different is it being on a TV series today vs Hollywood on Television and later The Mary Tyler Moore Show?

    Alivia (Marketing Grrl), February 09, 2011 at 8:17 pm

PaleyFest Tickets

Individual tickets on sale now.

Orchestra Front:
General Public $75 / Members $60 Orchestra: $45 / $35
Mezzanine: $35 / $25
Balcony Front: $25 / $15
Balcony Rear: $25 / $15

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