Seth MacFarlane Hosts Celebrity Variety Show To Raise Money For Pandemic Relief

Starting tonight at 7 PM ET, NBCUniversal will broadcast a weekly variety on its streaming service, Peacock, also as for free of charge via Facebook and YouTube. The At-Home variety is about to be hosted by The Orville, Family Guy, and American Dad creator Seth MacFarlane and features a huge line-up of actors, comedians, musicians, and athletes starring briefly segments.

As reported by The Wrap, MacFarlane “will introduce each segment, which can generally be under 10 minutes and can feature performances from NBCU stars.” The At-Home variety is a minimum of partially, meant to assist raise money for charity. Peacock has announced its support for the United Way, Feeding America, and Americares and promises to assist raise funds for 3 American non-profits selected, consistent with its website, for his or her ability to “[provide] critical services to essential workers and people communities most in need.”

The list of guests confirmed to seem on the show is large. It includes Amy Poehler, Fred Armisen, Elizabeth Banks, Terry Crews, Jane Lynch, Craig Robinson, Ed Helms, Will Forte, Patton Oswalt, Kevin Hart, Jane Lynch, Christopher Meloni, Andy Cohen, Larry Wilmore, Glenn Howerton, Chelsea Handler, and lots of more.

The At-Home variety debuts Monday, May 11, with new episodes streaming every weekday for the subsequent four weeks. Filmed during quarantine, it is also the foremost recent show to demonstrate how the show business is starting to consider new ways to figure on TV productions while traditional methods are made impossible thanks to the pandemic. The BBC, for instance, recently announced a Talking Heads reboot filmed without requiring its actors to return into contact.

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