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

Ratings: X Factor Climbs Again, Glee Steady, NBC Comedy Premieres Mostly Drop

Fox’s The X Factor saw a second straight night of week-to-week growth on Thursday, drawing 9.9 million total viewers and a 3.4 demo rating — up 19 and 10 percent from its season opener, Part 2.

Leading out of that, Glee matched its season-opening audience of 7.4 mil while dipping just 6 percent in the demo (to a 2.9).


Grade NBC’s Thursday Comedy Premieres!

After a long summer away, NBC came back in (almost) full comedy force tonight with the season premieres of Up All Night, The Office and Parks and Recreation. (30 Rock, which rounds out the yuk-filled evening, returns Oct. 4.)

We certainly laughed our boo-honeys off, but we want to hear what you thought of the night’s fare. READ MORE

Fall TV Preview

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