ATX Television Festival Adds New Shows to Lineup Including ‘Kevin Can F*** Himself’, ‘Mythic Quest’, and More


ATX Television Festival has announced several new panels for its 2021 event! The festival will include panels for the hit TV shows Central Park and Mythic Quest along with freshman series like Kevin Can F*** Himself and Untitled Black Horror Anthology. The new panels are below by network:


Kevin Can F*** Himself

Ultra City Smiths

Untitled Black Horror Anthology

Apple TV+

Mythic Quest

Central Park

Home Before Dark


The Good Fight






Work In Progress



The Big Leap



ATX will also be adding several panels featuring multiple shows under similar themes.

“Indigenize the Narrative” –- Showrunner/executive producer/ co-creator Sierra Teller Ornelas (Rutherford Falls), director Sydney Freeland (Rutherford Falls, The Wilds), actor Michael Greyeyes (Rutherford Falls), actor Kimberly Guerrero (Rutherford Falls, The Wilds), and writer Migizi Pensoneau (Two Sentence Horror Stories, Reservation Dogs). Moderator: Vincent Schilling (Indian Country Today).

“Guess Who’s Laughing Now” presented with GLAAD –- Actors Jesse Leigh (Rutherford Falls), Nava Mau (Genera+ion), Armand Fields (Work in Progress), and creator/executive producer/actor Rain Valdez (Razor Tongue). Moderator: Alex Schmider (Associate Director of Transgender Representation, GLAAD).

“The Messy Middle” presented with DREDF’s Disability Media Alliance Project –- Actor Steve Way (Ramy), actor Sofiya Cheyenne (Loudermilk), actor Ryan J. Haddad (The Politician), writer/producer Katherine Beattie (NCIS: New Orleans), and actor Kayla Cromer (Everything’s Gonna Be Okay). Moderator: Kristen Lopez (IndieWire).

For more details on the panels and to see the initial wave of panels that were announced, head over to ATX’s website.

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