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‘Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television’ Sets Season 2 Guests – Including a ‘Party Down’ Reunion

YouTube series will also see return of Jon Cryer, Donald Faison and Joel McHale

“Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television” has set its impressive guest-star lineup for Season 2, which includes a “Party Down” reunion when Ken Marino comes to town.

Here’s the rest of the roster: Jillian Bell, Rob Corddry, Jon Cryer, Rhys Darby, Donald Faison, Lucy Hale, Tom Lennon, Tim Matheson, Joel McHale, Tim Meadows, Stephen Merchant, Ben Schwartz, Dax Shepard, Jessica St Clair, Pete Wentz, and Samira Wiley.

Lennon and Corddry’s turns will also be mini-“Party Down” reunions of sorts — they each appeared in one episode of the Starz cult comedy. Wiley, Cryer, Faison and McHale are returning actors from the YouTube show’s Season 1.

Below the “Also Read” is a memo from Hansen himself that he’d like you to read.

Dear Viewer,

Despite abysmally low ratings and a robust letter-writing campaign urging YouTube not to renew the series, a contractual obligation with SAG coupled with the threat of legal action from Ryan Hansen himself, has forcibly compelled YouTube Premium to announce that we will be releasing season two of “Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television*” at some point in the future.

Created and executive produced by an A-list Hollywood director who would prefer to remain anonymous in order to protect his reputation, season two of “Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television*” will feature some of the same “hilarious” hijinks that caused almost no one to watch season one.

Starring Ryan Hansen, the cast thankfully also includes Wood Harris who was desperately needed to add some semblance of legitimacy to the show.  In addition, guest stars in season two include, but are not limited to: Jillian Bell, Rob Corddry, Jon Cryer, Rhys Darby, Donald Faison, Lucy Hale, Tom Lennon, Ken Marino, Tim Matheson, Joel McHale, Tim Meadows, Stephen Merchant, Ben Schwartz, Dax Shepard, Jessica St Clair, Pete Wentz, and Samira Wiley among others that will hopefully distract from the glaring fact that season two of “Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television*” unfortunately still stars Ryan Hansen.

Thank you.  And please continue to enjoy “Cobra Kai” — that show is awesome.