Christina Applegate Sitcom

May 19, 2011 by Post Team 

Christina Applegate SitcomChristina Applegate Sitcom, New TV Show Christina Applegate “Up All Night” has been officially picked up on NBC. The former “Samantha Who?” star has not been on TV in year two from the ABC program was canceled in 2009. The new single-camera comedy stars Applegate, 39 years as a working mom with a husband who is a parent stays at home, played by “Arrested Development” ‘s Will Arnett. The pilot also stars “Saturday Night Live” actress Maya Rudolph as head Applegate and her best friend.

Applegate is among the show’s producers, along with “Saturday Night Live” Lorne Michaels, creator and writer Emily Spivey, a spokesman said “Up All Night” will air on Wednesdays at 8 pm on NBC. Christina Applegate’s new draft “Up All Night” was officially chosen by NBC, the marked change in the television actress, two years after her old show “Samantha Who?” was canceled.
The pilot also stars “Arrested Development” ‘s husband Will Arnett as Applegate and “bridesmaids” actress Maya Rudolph as her boss and her best friend.

The new single-camera show, Applegate, 39, plays a mother working scathing, while the overwhelming Arnett plays, but they support her husband stays at home.

The project was led by “Saturday Night Live” Lorne Michaels, creator and writer Emily Spivey. Applegate is also a producer, her spokesman had said

In real life, Christina recently gave birth to her first daughter, Sadie, with musician Martyn LeNoble in January, Arnett just became a father for the second time with her wife, Amy Poehler and Rudolph is currently pregnant with her third child.

Applegate is best known for playing the title character in “Samantha Who?”, A comedy series that ran between 2007 and 2009, and for her role as ditzy Kelly Bundy in the sitcom “Married with Children”, who starred in “Modern Family” actor Ed O’Neill as her misanthropic father of Al and “Sons of Anarchy” star Katey Sagal as her mother Peg.

Applegate in recent years has appeared in films such as “Dogs and Cats: The Revenge of Kitty Galore,” “Going the Distance” and the comedy in 2011 “Hall Pass.”

Arnett has had a recurring role on the sitcom “30 Rock” for the past three years and played “George” Gob “Bluth II” in the cult comedy series “Arrested Development” between 2003 and 2006. He also starred in the short-term program “Running Wilde” last year.

Meanwhile, Arnett also set to guest star on the seventh season finale of “The Office” on 19 May last show will be the main actor Steve Carell. Carell had played the selfish boss Michael Scott, since the show premiered in 2005 and had announced plans to exit last year. NBC has not announced who will replace Steve Carell.

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