Production on the NBC comedy Up All Night has been pretty much troubled since the series was in its conception, as it underwent multiple creative changes all the way through its first season and well into its second…to the point where the network was convinced the best course of action to take for the final five episodes this year would be to switch the format from single camera to multi-camera, and all in front of a live studio audience!
However, this was apparently the straw that broke star Christina Applegate's back, as she recently announced that she would be resigning from the show only months after series creator Emily Spivey did the same, leaving producers desperate for a replacement and unsure where to go from here!
Well, guess what, you guys?
It sounds like the only place Up All Night is going is down to cancelation station, as NBC and remaining castmembers Maya Rudolph and Will Arnett just don't think there's really too much here that can be salvaged!
And we don't blame them!
Sources reveal that
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