100-Word Premiere: “Up All Night”

Christina Applegate is just darn likeable, there’s no two ways about it. Between that and the opportunity to see Will Arnett play straight and Maya Rudolph riff off her Bridesmaids summer of success, there’s a lot of expectation riding on new-baby-AGH comedy Up All Night. And it doesn’t disappoint. If you’re after an Arrested Development-esque rapid-fire comedy you won’t get it, but the leads are so comfortable and so nice to be around that it’s a joy. Couple that with Rudolph’s crazed chat show host and some clever observations on first-time parenting and it’s a winner. One I’ll be watching.

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About alfla

Playwright, screenwriter, sometime improv enthusiast and full-time television lover. You know, in THAT way.
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