Glenn Danzig will apparently appear in an upcoming episode of the IFC show "Portlandia".
The news of Glenn's guest scene in the comedy — famous for lovably poking fun at Portland's colorful culture — was revealed in a tweet from Carrie Brownstein, who is the show's co-creator, co-writer and co-star.
Back in 2009, Brownstein and "Portlandia" co-creator Fred Armisen filmed a video for Paper in which they hung outside Danzig's home. Check out the clip below.
"Portlandia", which is shot entirely on location in Portland, Oregon, received the prestigious Peabody Award for excellence in 2012. Considered the "Pulitzer Prize for radio" when it was founded in 1940, the Peabody Awards have grown to recognize excellence in a wide range of electronic media, from radio, to television, to original web content. According to the 16-member Peabody Board, which gives out the awards, "Portlandia" "was recognized for the freshness and amiability of its send-ups of Oregon's trendy city." It also won an Emmy in 2013 for "Outstanding Costumes For A Variety Program Or Special."
The critically acclaimed series began its fifth season in January 2015.
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