Will Arnett is lining up his next gig since his current job on the sinking sitcom "Up All Night" seems all but dead. Arnett has just signed on to star in an untitled comedy pilot for CBS that's coming from Greg Garcia ("Raising Hope," "My Name Is Earl"). In the sitcom, Arnett would play "a […]
NBC is reportedly close to ending "Up All Night" altogether following Christina Applegate's decision last week to quit the sitcom. Latest details …
Christina Applegate is leaving "Up All Night" after two seasons in a major set back for the NBC sitcom. The surprising announcement came Friday afternoon, just weeks after creator Emily Spivey departed the series (which may have played a part in Applegate's decision), and leaves some big questions about the struggling show's future. "It's been […]
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – “Up All Night” is switching from a single camera to multicam format, making a transition formerly made by the classic sitcom “Happy Days.” The series, which stars Christina Applegate and Will Arnett as harried new parents and Maya Rudolph as Applegate’s self-absorbed boss, will shut down for three months after taping […]
The second season of NBC’s “Up All Night” returns this week with some major changes to the series.
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - "Will & Grace" star Sean Hayes has been cast on the upcoming second season of the NBC comedy "Up All Night." The show's Facebook page has posted that Hayes will star in a multi-episode arc and will portray the "former accompanist" of talk-show host Ava Alexander, played by Maya Rudolph. No […]
Ah, parenthood. There are many milestones new parents eagerly await from their mini-me’s, and baby’s first word is one of the biggies.
On a Thursday night that continued a week of declining broadcast ratings, Fox’s “American Idol” and CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory” tied for first in the key demographic, while “Idol” gave Fox an overall win for the night, according to preliminary numbers.
“Big Bang Theory” and “American Idol” were essentially tied in the ratings on Thursday night.
CBS’ “Big Bang Theory” pulled up to “American Idol” for a tie in the ratings Thursday night.