'Up All Night' Staffers Hit Vegas for Last Hurrah
With stars Christina Applegate, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph fleeing, showrunner Linda Wallem treats her beleaguered team to a Sin City getaway.
This story first appeared in the March 8 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
NBC hasn't officially canceled the troubled comedy Up All Night.
But showrunner Linda Wallem, who took over in December, took staff members on a farewell-of-sorts getaway to Sin City. (Christina Applegate walked off the show earlier in February after it was reconceived as a multicamera project, while Will Arnett has signed on to a CBS pilot, and Maya Rudolph reportedly is looking at heading up her own variety show.)
Apparently there's no risk to gambling when there's nothing left to lose.
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