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TBS premiering Angie Tribeca with 25-hour marathon

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The 25-hour Angie Tribeca premiere binge-a-thon is taking show debuts to another level, and EW will be live-tweeting the event in partnership with Turner.

As TBS airs all 10 episodes of the show’s first season multiple times over 25 hours without commercials, contributors Keertana Sastry (@KeertanaKS), Rick Marshall (@rickmarshall), Kat Rosenfield (@katrosenfield), Josh Wigler (@roundhoward), Lincee Ray (@Lincee), Justin Kirkland (@justinkirkland4), Michelle Newman (@urmyfavetoday), will be live-tweeting throughout the night.

In addition to the Angie Tribeca episodes, cast member Deon Cole will host Sunday and Monday’s binge-a-thon proceedings with live comedy help from some friends.

The guest list includes the Angie Tribeca on-camera squad of Rashida Jones, Hayes MacArthur (Life As We Know It), Jere Burns (Justified), Andrée Vermeulen (How To Train Your Dragon TV series), and Jagger the dog (Max). Creators and executive producers — Steve Carell and his wife Nancy — will also appear, as well as fellow EP and showrunner Ira Ungerleider (Friends).

That’s only the beginning of the crew promoting the satirical police procedural. Conan O’Brien, Samantha Bee (Full Frontal with Samantha Bee), Jason Jones and Natalie Zea of new series The Detour, Iliza Shlesinger of the upcoming show Separation Anxiety; casts from upcoming series Wrecked and Search Party, and Stan Smith & Roger from the animated American Dad! are also slated to appear.

The breaks between episodes will also include interviews and deleted scenes from Angie Tribeca, and viewers will be able to call in and ask questions of the cast and crew.

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Angie Tribeca follows the titular cop (Jones), a grizzled detective of the LAPD’s premier Really Heinous Crimes Unit, investigating crimes such as a ventriloquist murder and a string of baker suicides.

If you enjoy all of season 1 and want more episodes, then wait for the following week: Season 2 premieres Jan. 25 at 9:30 p.m. ET and assumes a traditional weekly release schedule.

See the trailer for season 1 above.

The Angie Tribeca binge-a-thon begins Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT and ends Monday at 10 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.