Up All Night
Get ready to see the wild 2004 wedding of Up All Night's Reagan (Christina Applegate) and Chris (Will Arnett), courtesy of a flashback that will air December 13.
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Christina Applegate and Will Arnett
Up All Night's final show without a studio audience will be a special one as the series flashes back to the disastrous pre-baby wedding of Chris (Will Arnett) and Reagan (Christina Applegate).
Up All Night
Up All Night's second season is barely recognizable from the workplace comedy we saw last year. While the core actors Christina Applegate, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph remain the same, the trio's been placed inside a...
Christina Applegate, Maya Rudolph, Will Arnett
The first season of Up All Night ended on a high note, with Chris (Will Arnett) finally getting to propose to Reagan (Christina Applegate) the way he'd always dreamed. But don't expect everything to be romance and rainbows when the show returns for its sophomore season Thursday at 8:30/7:30c. Creator and executive producer Emily Spivey and producer Tucker Cawley spoke to TVGuide.com about the huge changes coming to this season, which kicks off with some very bad news for Reagan and Ava (Maya Rudolph).
Captain Jack is back!
John Barrowman, best-known for playing the immortal Jack Harkness on Torchwood, has landed a leading role in ABC's Gilded Lilys pilot from Shonda Rhimes, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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The project is an upstairs-downstairs look at the opening of the first true luxury hotel built in New York City circa 1895. Barrowman will play...
Leave it to oddball Brick Heck (Atticus Shaffer) to stumble across the reason for the season: "Mom, you never told me church was based on a book." The Middle (ABC, 8/7c) leads off a night of holiday-themed sitcom episodes with an instant classic in which Brick's incessant questions about the Good Book lead sister Sue to enlist pied-piper roving Reverend ...
Sleep. Sleep tonight. There's a theme running through this episode of Medium and it's sleep. Allison uses sleep to find clues to find missing people, receive messages from dead people and find out that her colleagues are having a baby. Joe tries to sleep, but with a wife who abruptly awakens at least once every night, he's losing more sleep than gaining.
Allison enters work and approaches Lee with a smile on her face; she knows he and Lynn are going to have a baby. The opening scene between Lynn and Miguel (working in a convenience store) was one of the funniest ones this season. I had to rewind and watch it a second time. Plus they had the best lines of the episode. "Your eggo is preggo!" And, Miguel yelling out after Lynn, "You pay for that pee stick when you're done! Don't think it's yours just because you marked it with your urine!"
Of course, Lee is having trouble accepting that he and Lynn ...
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Two-time Emmy winner Blythe Danner will return to the small screen next year as a guest star on an episode of Medium.Danner will play Sarah Leaming, the mother of an MIA nurse, whose chronically ill stepdaughter is subjected to "unconventional" treatment."Continuing a tradition of asking world-class actresses to come join us on Medium, I am thrilled to announce that Blythe Danner will appear in one of the early episodes of Season 5," Executive Producer Glenn Gordon Caron said. A Tony Award winner as well, Danner, 65, mom to Gwyneth Paltrow, was last seen on TV as Hank Azaria's mom on Huff, for which she won back-to-back Emmys. She also played mama to Will (Eric McCormack) on Will & Grace.Medium rejoins the NBC lineup midseason. Joyce Eng
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Will & Grace's Eric McCormack has been tapped to star in the TNT drama pilot Truth in Advertising, playing a family-man art director trying to negotiate the politics of the snake-oil biz. Ed's Tom Cavanagh is in talks to play his copywriter partner (no, not that kind of partner).... Joseph Fiennes will undergo some nipping and tucking of his own as the star of Nip/Tuck creator Ryan Murphy's untitled drama (née 4 Oz.) about a husband and father who opts for a sex change. Blythe Danner and Robert Wagner play his folks.... Jenna Elfman is reuniting with Dharma & Greg boss Dottie Dartland Zicklin, who has come onboard to run the show at Literary Superstar, Elfman's new comedy about a book publicist to quirky (read: zany!) authors.