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Up All Night Exclusive First Look: Double-Date Disaster!

Christina Applegate and Will Arnett

With Kevin (Jason Lee) out of the picture, Ava (Maya Rudolph) is looking for love! Unfortunately for Reagan (Christina Applegate) and Chris (Will Arnett), she may have found it in the overly excitable Jerry (Rob Huebel), who also happens to be Chris' much-loathed college roommate. read more

Up All Night 2.0: Love It or Leave It?

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... read more

Up All Night Bosses Talk Season 2 Changes: Unemployment, Cast Shakeups and Wedding Bells?

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). read more

Exclusive: Childrens Hospital's Rob Huebel to Annoy Will Arnett on Up All Night

Rob Huebel

A blast from Chris' past will be popping up on Up All Night in Season 2.

Childrens Hospital star Rob Huebel will be guest-starring on the NBC comedy, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

SNL alum Rachel Dratch to reunite with Maya Rudolph on Up All Night

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Jon Hamm Books Guest Role on Childrens Hospital

Jon Hamm

Don Draper will soon be seen wandering the halls of Childrens Hospital.

Jon Hamm is set to guest-star in an upcoming episode of the Adult Swim comedy, playing the hospital's founder, Arthur Childrens, Entertainment Weekly reports.

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Adult Swim Readmits Childrens Hospital for Fourth Season

Children's Hospital

Send in the clown doctors. Late-night programmer Adult Swim has renewed Childrens Hospital for a fourth season, Cartoon Network announced Tuesday.

The satirical medical series is written by and stars Rob Corddry as a doctor who wears clown makeup and "blood"-splattered scrubs so he can practice what he calls the "healing power of laughter" at a hospital where the staff is more interested in tending to their overactive libidos than treating patients.

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The League Creators Look Ahead to Season 3's Reign of Ruxin and Upcoming NFL Cameos

Paul Scheer, Stephen Rannazzisi, Nick Kroll and Mark Duplass

Until FX renewed The League Monday, die-hard fans were panicked they had seen the last of Kevin's meltdowns and Ruxin's schemes. Creators and executive producers Jackie and Jeff Schaffer said they never doubted the comedy's future.

"I honestly never questioned it," Jackie tells TVGuide.com. "I think we have the funniest cast on TV hands down. We weren't done with them, the network wasn't done with them yet and God knows the fans weren't done with them... read more

Cheers & Jeers: The Office: Bah, Humbug!

The Office

Jeers to The Office for leaving a lump of coal in viewers' proverbial stockings.

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"Is everyone here kind of mean?" asked A.J. (Rob Huebel), the boyfriend of Michael's ex Holly (Amy Ryan), who returned to Scranton when Toby (Paul Lieberstein) was picked as a juror in the "Scranton Strangler" case... read more

Amy Ryan Returning to The Office

Amy Ryan

Michael Scott's former flame is returning to The Office this season. Amy Ryan will reprise her role as Holly Flax for eight episodes, an NBC rep confirms. 

In the Season 7 finale, Michael (Steve Carell) took one for the team by... read more

For Childrens Hospital, Anything Goes in Jump to TV

Children's Hospital

The transition from web series to TV could have been tough for the often-grotesque medical satire Childrens Hospital -- a show where doctors get turned on by life-threatening surgeries and saving patients takes a backseat to highly choregraphed dance numbers, among other things. Fortunately for the show's fans, it isn't going to primetime: it's going to Adult Swim, where it's freakishness will fit in just fine.

"Adult Swim has the closest thing to an outsider's sensibility," executive producer Jonathan Stern says. "We figured that was the closest we could come to being on television without actually people thinking we were on television... read more

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