Pilot News: NBC Orders Comedy Starring Sean Hayes, Sitcom From Office Producer and 5 Others
Exclusive Up All Night Video: Maya Rudolph + Sean Hayes + Halloween = One Scary Idea!
To quote Christina Applegate’s Up All Night leading lady, “Two people who know nothing about human children” should never be put in charge of the neighborhood’s haunted house. That is, however, exactly what happens in this Thursday’s Halloween-centric episode of the NBC comedy (8:30/7:30c), when Ava (Maya Rudolph) and Walter (Sean Hayes) try their hand at horror. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Exclusive Up All Night First Look: Sean Hayes and Maya Rudolph Make Not-So-Sweet Music Together
NBC Stages Will & Grace Reunion on Smash as Sean Hayes Joins Season 2 Cast
Will and Karen are going to be so jealous!
Per NBC, Hayes will play …READ MORE
Up All Night Snags Sean Hayes for Season 2 Arc
We’ve got some bad news and good news for Up All Night’s Ava: You’re losing your talk show but gaining a buddy!
Will & Grace’s Sean Hayes will join the NBC sitcom’s upcoming second season as …READ MORE
Parks and Recreation Exclusive: Sean Hayes Is Pawnee-Bound!
Parks and Recreation is slowly working its way through the cast of Will & Grace. The NBC comedy’s latest hire: Sean Hayes!
TVLine has learned exclusively that the actor-producer will guest star in a spring episode that puts the spotlight on Leslie’s (Amy Poehler) campaign for city council. READ MORE
TVLine Items: Nick Cannon Joins NBC Sitcom, Cox Eyes New Cougar Town Role, and More
America’s Got Talent host Nick Cannon has been added as a recurring player opposite Christina Applegate, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph on the new NBC comedy Up All Night. READ MORE
NBC Developing Sitcom Starring Will & Grace's Sean Hayes, Sets Premieres for Voice, Smash
Jack’s back! New NBC president Robert Greenblatt announced at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour in Beverly Hills early Monday that the network is developing a new half-hour comedy starring Will & Grace Emmy winner Sean Hayes.
Other headlines coming out of the Peacock’s executive session… READ MORE