Undateable to Air Live Episode

Undateable Series Premiere

Live from Los Angeles, it’s Undateable!

Following in the footsteps of such sitcoms as Will & Grace and Hot in Cleveland, NBC will air a live episode of its Chris D’Elia-starring comedy, the network announced Monday.

The hourlong event will air Tuesday, May 5, at 9 pm, with two separate productions for the East and West Coasts.

In the meantime, Undateable‘s Season 2 premiere is just around the corner, bowing Tuesday at 9/8c.

Will you tune in to Undateable‘s live episode? Hit the comments with your thoughts!

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16 Comments
  1. Kait says:

    They can barely get through an episode without laughing at each other, this should be funny. Then again with some of the ridiculous stuff they do and clearly ad-lib it’s surprising they don’t look like they’re about to break more.

  2. laurelnev says:

    I thought this show got canceled?

  3. Steven says:

    So I guess One Big Happy is getting bumped that night.

  4. Phil says:

    That is awesome! I love the way they actually laugh at each other, like normal people.

    Hope this is an additional episode and not part of the only 10 episode order.

    IF you haven’t seen the show, all of season one is available on Hulu now! So good.

  5. nickchoo says:

    I suspect that they laugh at each other when the actors improvise… so this live episode should be a riot! Can’t wait!

  6. ed says:

    wow…… i seams like NBC isactually trying with this sitcom to ge buzz……. thats odd….. i hope it works!

  7. SJ says:

    “Following in the footsteps of such sitcoms as Will & Grace and Hot in Cleveland”…

    Um, 30 Rock? How is that not the first show to come to mind? They did two live episodes. Recently!

    Anyway, this show won’t make it past this season. NBC needs to start anew in the fall.

    • TV Fan says:

      Also The Drew Carey did countless live episodes, with a crossover effect with Whose Line is it Anyways by having sporadic “Improv Breaks” during the show as characters needed to move from set to set/costume change/etc

      Quite well done for a show that didn’t get enough credit for the creative risks that it took. True that it dropped severely in quality in later seasons, but for a few years, it was on a roll!

  8. Joey Padron says:

    Cool they’re gonna do a live episode!

  9. Nick says:

    With Parks gone, this is the best NBC comedy. I’m excited for this. These guys are hilarious.

  10. HAP says:

    I so wish that Briga Heelan was still with the show.