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Terrific news—Live From Daryl’s House, the most consistently captivating performance-based show on TV (and the food segments are finger-lickin' good as well), has been renewed for not one but two more seasons by Palladia.

Production on the next season, its fourth on Palladia and ninth overall, will commence this fall.

The next season's eight episodes will be taped at Daryl's House Restaurant & Live Music Club in Pawling, NY. The shows will premiere in 2016 on Palladia, Palladia VOD and www.lfdh.com, where previous installments are archived.

"Palladia understands what my show is about, and I look forward to my continued relationship with them," said Hall.

The show is a JV between Hall's Good Cop Bad Cop Productions and Palladia. Executive producers for the show include Hall along with Hall & Oates manager Jonathan Wolfson, who offered the following observations:

"The landscape of TV is constantly changing, so I am really excited about signing a two-year deal with Palladia. Live From Daryl's House started as a web series in 2007, which it continues to be. That said, since we've made the jump to television, LFDH has become synonymous with the Viacom-owned network. We're looking forward to gaining even more fans through 2017."

Palladia VP Programming Tom Feie described LFDH as “one of Palladia's flagship programs [which] represents the kind of exclusive live performances that make so many fans love the network. We look forward to two additional seasons of Daryl collaborating with an eclectic lineup of accomplished artists that always yields something special."

We second that emotion.