Articles for Up All Night Season 2

When the NBC comedy Up All Night begins the second half of season 2 in the spring, it‘s going to look very, VERY different. In a supremely surreal change of structure, the show will take an extended hiatus during the winter and transform itself from a single-camera comedy into a multi-camera, traditional sitcom.  Read more »
Viewers on the East Coast who missed out on Monday‘s episodes of The Voice and Revolution on NBC due to Hurricane Sandy coverage will get another chance to watch the shows.  Read more »
In a shocking and major turn of events, Up All Night star Christina Applegate has left the show. First reported by Deadline, the actress is exiting the sophomore comedy as it is currently undergoing a major overhaul.  Read more »
When history looks back at the 2012-2013 TV season, it might be considered the year the sitcom died. Sure, there are massive hits like The Big Bang Theory that are getting monstrous ratings and Emmy-winning favorites like Modern Family, but those victories only underscore the many, many defeats the genre has suffered.  Read more »
The Pawnee Parks Department will be back for another year. NBC has renewed the critically acclaimed comedy Parks and Recreation for season 6, making it the first comedy to get a renewal for next year.  Meanwhile, other NBC comedies have been axed. Read more »
CBS has big plans for comedy in the 2013-2014 TV season. The network is launching four new comedies this fall, which is the most CBS has done in a long time. They‘re also expanding Thursday to two hours of sitcoms and trying out two single-camera comedies (meaning no laugh tracks), something CBS hasn‘t done in five years.  Read more »