By Rachel DeSantis
Updated October 14, 2016 at 09:55 PM EDT
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If you’ve ever thought Kaitlin Olson and Adam Pally would make great drinking buddies, you’re in luck: Two of FOX’s exciting midseason comedies, The Mick and Making History, will get exclusive first-look screenings at EW PopFest, followed by a happy hour with the shows’ casts and creators on Oct. 29.

The Mick stars It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia‘s Olson as a Sweet Dee-esque, responsibility-avoiding aunt who gets stuck in the suburbs taking care of her wealthy sister’s three children after her sister and brother-in-law are arrested, while Making History features Happy Endings‘ Adam Pally as a man who time-travels to the 18th century and accidentally changes the entire fabric of America by messing with the outcome of the American Revolution, with some help from his college-professor friend.

The screenings will be followed by a FOX-sponsored happy hour with the cast and creators. The Mick is from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia producers Dave and John Chernin, while Making History comes from The Lego Movie writer-directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller and executive producer Julius Sharpe.

EW PopFest runs from Oct. 29-30 at The Reef in Downtown Los Angeles. For more information and to purchase tickets, go to ewpopfest.com.

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