Party Down: Season 3

Poster for Party Down: Season 3

10 years later, most of the Party Down catering team have moved on, including actor/bartender Henry Pollard. After a surprise... More

Where to watch Party Down: Season 3

Party Down: Season 3 is available to stream in Australia... More now on Stan.

Party Down: Season 3 episodes

Episode 3.1

Kyle Bradway Is Nitromancer

Ten years later, Kyle Bradway has just landed his star-making... More superhero role. He hires Party Down to cater his celebration party, leading to welcome reunions and some unexpected surprises.

Episode 3.2

Jack Botty's Delayed Post-Pandemic Surprise Party

Party Down works a surprise party for movie star Jack... More Botty thrown by his studio exec girlfriend Evie, which turns weird when the team sees something they shouldn’t have.

Episode 3.3

First Annual PI2A Symposium

Ron, desperate to keep Party Down afloat, books an event... More for an extremely problematic group leading to complications for… everyone.

Episode 3.4

KSGY-95 Prizewinner's Luau

Hired to work a laid-back radio promotion luau in groovy... More Malibu, the gang decides to take mushrooms together and things get weird.


Once Upon a Time "Proms Away" Prom-otional Event

Lydia, worried that daughter Escapade missed her childhood, plans a... More “prom” promotional event for her new movie. Meanwhile, Ron schemes to impress a studio PR bigwig who could make or break Party Down.


Sepulveda Basin High School Spring Play Opening Night

Henry and the Party Down crew scheme to keep their... More latest party going all night.

Party Down: Season 3 | Ratings & Reviews

Party Down's premise feels almost better suited to our times. Hollywood is just as callous now as it was ten years ago, though our characters are forced to contend with a wider set of fame-chasers. There’s nothing funnier, in a sort of depressing way.

"A welcome return that makes one wish this show never went away in the first place."


"Still riotously funny, sharp, and savvy..."

Slash FilmSlash Film

"The absurdist tone and deadpan dilemmas still thrive."

The AgeThe Age

"A dour party you'll want to leave early."


"The series returns with a sharp third season that mines immense humour from the Sisyphean pursuits of its characters."

Slant MagazineSlant Magazine

"If anything, the new season is even better than the first two, because time has only improved its ability to take on the themes it wanted to explore in the first place."


"A genial get-together for great comedy talents."

Entertainment WeeklyEntertainment Weekly

"The rare nostalgia trip that doesn't actually feel like it's lamely wistful for the past."

USA TodayUSA Today

"The cult comedy makes its brief comeback feel worth it... It remains one of the smartest shows about idiots to ever do it."

TV GuideTV Guide

"A very funny, very welcome return, despite some greatest-hits pandering."

Hollywood ReporterHollywood Reporter

"The show at its best generates such a happy-go-lucky absurdity amid the ego-smashing reality of anyone struggling to find a foothold in showbiz."

Chicago TribuneChicago Tribune

"This revival marks a new golden standard for giving a classic comedy new life."

"A revival caught between forced nostalgia, absurd comedy, and inescapable despair."


"The show could be required viewing for anyone hoping to move to Los Angeles and wanting to know what to expect."


"Still laugh-till-you-cry television..."

Time MagazineTime Magazine

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