Up All Night
NBC's Up All Night should have been a hit. The show came with a strong comedy pedigree: It starred Christina Applegate, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph and was produced by Saturday Night Live don Lorne Michaels. At the center was what seemed to be a relatable premise for the young adults watching the network's upscale comedies: a hip, young couple adjusts to life with a baby.
But two years after creator Emily Spivey shot the pilot (then called Alpha Mom), Up All Night is all but gone, suffering the death of a thousand tinkers. A heavily touted plan to morph the show into a multi-camera sitcom is now mostly abandoned, and some of the outlandish ideas bandied about for the revamp (including one idea involving rock star...
Christina Applegate and Martyn LeNoble
Christina Applegate may have recently left Up All Night, but she has something to celebrate in her personal life. The actress married her longtime boyfriend Martyn LeNoble in a quiet ceremony at their home in Los Angeles Saturday, People reports.
Get ready to say goodbye to Up All Night.
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Maya Rudolph, Christina Applegate, Will Arnett
NBC is considering scrapping its struggling sitcom Up All Night, in the wake of star Christina Applegate's departure and news that Maya Rudolph is pregnant, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Ahead of several big creative changes behind the scenes, Christina Applegate is leaving Up All Night after two seasons.
"It's been a great experience working on Up All Night, but the show has taken a different creative direction and I decided it was best for me to...
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Up All Night
More changes are happening over at NBC's Up All Night.
Linda Wallem has been hired as the comedy series' new showrunner as it revamps itself heading into the spring, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She'll replace Tucker Cawley, who is leaving to become a consulting producer on Fox's The Mindy Project.