By Dylan Kickham
Updated August 24, 2016 at 07:20 PM EDT
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Spoofy politics, international espionage, and impressive detective work are just a few of the things Paleyfest: Made in NY will feature this year. The New York-based event, which debuted in 2013, announced that it will host panels and screenings for The Daily Show, Homeland, and Elementary this year.

The two-week event will kick off on Oct. 6 and continue through Oct. 19. Homeland‘s panel will take place during opening night, Elementary‘s will happen on Oct. 8, and The Daily Show will take the stage on Oct. 13. The event will also host a panel on how mental health has been portrayed on television recently.

The Emmy and Golden Globe-winning drama Homeland is preparing to enter its sixth season in 2017, which will be set in the United States several months after the events of the previous season. The Daily Show has been a staple in the late-night landscape for years, and after Jon Stewart’s retirement last year, comedian Trevor Noah took the helm of the Comedy Central series. The Sherlock Holmes-based series Elementary is preparing to enter its fifth season on Oct. 2.

The Paley Center of Media is partnering with the office of Mayor Bill de Blasio to put on the event, which is a part of The Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment’s 50th Anniversary Campaign. Hulu will be streaming parts of the festival for its subscribers.

PaleyFest: Made in NY will run from Oct. 6 through Oct. 19. Tickets will be available on PaleyFest.org beginning Sept. 13.

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