Video: Bless the Harts Cast, EP Talk Tense Contract Negotiations, Erasing Trump and... Recasting Kevin Spacey?
Yes, Fox’s new animated comedy Bless the Harts is a send-up of life in the South, but it is not a point-and-laugh brand of satire. “I want it to be a show where you’re laughing with them and not at them,” series creator Emily Spivey maintained over the weekend at TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Up All Night Creator Joins Modern Family, Devious Maids Go Bilingual and More!
Up All Night creator and onetime Saturday Night Live scribe Emily Spivey has joined the Modern Family family.
Exec producer Danny Zuker announced the news Monday via Twitter, gushing …READ MORE
Up All Night Creator Exits Series Prior to Revamp
More change is afoot at Up All Night.
Series creator Emily Spivey is departing the NBC comedy, which is undergoing a creative revamp …READ MORE
Fall TV Preview: Revamped Up All Night Will Focus on Family, Friends and Lots of Sean Hayes
NBC’s Up All Night kicks off Season 2 tonight at 8:30/7:30c, and while all of the major players are still around — including Christina Applegate, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph — the charmer will look and feel slightly different.
“It’s now more of a friends-and-family show, as opposed to a home show that’s also tied into a workplace,” series creator/showrunner Emily Spivey tells TVLine …READ MORE
Up All Night Boss Promises a Musical, Emotional Finale, Looks Ahead to a Big Baby Dilemma
After 23 heart-warming, increasingly funny episodes, Up All Night has reached the end of its freshman run. But the cutesy NBC comedy has one more installment left in its arsenal — the Season 1 finale airing tonight at 9:30/8:30c — and showrunner Emily Spivey tells us the season-ender is nearly as precious as Chris and Reagan’s baby, Amy.
The EP also details …READ MORE