To Be the Perfect Host, Follow Comedian Amy Sedaris in her New Series "At Home with Amy Sedaris"

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18 October 2017
At Home with Amy Sedaris
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"At Home with Amy Sedaris"
Premieres Tuesday, October 24 at 10:30 PM ET/PT on truTV
          Actress and comedian Amy Sedaris cordially invites you into her home with her new comedy series At Home with Amy Sedaris. In this series co-created by Sedaris and Paul Dinello, Amy will show off her diverse but necessary homemaking skills. These skills range from creating popsicle stick buddies and gutting a fish to making raisin necklaces and entertaining businessmen.

          Each episode will revolve around a traditional theme, such as: entertaining the grieving, the craft of love making, and cooking without pots and pans. As always, Amy will use her unique expertise to entertain guests, demonstrate her know-how by preparing meals, and exhibit her can-do spirit by attempting to work out personal issues. Remember, if you want to be the perfect host, accentuate the positives, and medicate the negatives.

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          Throughout the 10-episode first season of At Home with Amy Sedaris, Amy will be joined by a cavalcade of guest stars including Scott Adsit,  Rachel Dratch, Cole Escola, Jane Krakowski, Heather Lawless, David Pasquesi, Sasheer Zamata, and many more.

          In the series premiere, “TGIF,” with help from her fisherman ex-boyfriend (Kurt Schreiber), the emotionally troubled community knife sharpener (David Pasquesi), and energetic neighbor, Patty Hogg, Amy prepares a fish dinner with all the nautical trimmings for a local group of businessmen (Paul Giamatti, Todd Barry, Josh Hamilton.) After thoughtful planning, a lesson on lamb chops and a run in with infectious earrings, Amy welcomes her businessmen and is quickly reminded why she doesn’t associate with them.

At Home with Amy Sedaris
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          On October 24 at 11 PM, the second episode, “Cooking For One,” will air. From solo meal preparation to tantalizing tactics in self-care, Amy boasts about the advantages of living the single life - until a set visit by Greek chef Panos Sakkus (Scott Adsit), changes everything! Blinded by boyfriend bliss, Amy decides single life is for the birds…until Panos hits on one backtracking sax player!


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