ATX Television Festival is set to go down June 6-9, and on Monday, event organizers announced a new round of programming additions, including the fest's popular outdoor community screenings in the Hotel San Jose parking lot. This year, the festival will screen episodes of NBC comedies "The Good Place," Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and "Superstore" on June 7. Lauren Ash of "Superstore" will attend and introduce the screenings which are free and open to the public. The event will also include live music and local vendors and community organizations. 

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Festival organizers have also added a panel conversation with creatives and cast members of the CW series "Roswell, New Mexico." Confirmed panelists include creator/executive producer Carina Adly MacKenzie, director/executive producer Julie Plec, and cast members Michael Vlamis, Lily Cowles, Heather Hemmens, Karan Oberoi and Trevor St. John.

Additional programming will explore the senior experience on television ("Better With Age: Growing Older on TV") and the ways creators can destigmatize mental health and mental illness through story.

"Better With Age" will feature writer Sarah Thompson (“How to Get Away with Murder”), writer/creator Mike Royce (“One Day at a Time”), and actor Mimi Kennedy (“Mom”), with Kate Folb, Director of Hollywood Health & Society, moderating. Additional panelists will be announced soon.

Festival badges for ATX Television Festival are on sale now for $275. The festival also sells $99 single-day wristbands and there will be separate tickets and rush lines for some events. Find more information on their website.