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‘Wine Country’: Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Ana Gasteyer Reveal Their One Rule on Set

'Wine Country,' which marks Amy Poehler’s directorial debut, stars Rachel Dratch, Tina Fey, Ana Gasteyer, Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Paula Pell and Emily Spivey, who have all known each other since working together on 'Saturday Night Live.' They discuss friendship, comedy and 'SNL' at the film's premiere.

‘Wine Country’ Writers Share How ‘SNL’ Training Led to Amy Poehler Comedy

Ahead of its Netflix release, The Hollywood Reporter spoke to 'Wine Country' writers Liz Cackowski and Emily Spivey about their writing process, comedic background and the memorable lessons they learned working on 'Saturday Night Live' that proved to propel their careers forward.

‘Wine Country’ Cast Recalls Favorite ‘SNL’ Sketches With Late-Night Host Andy Cohen

The cast of upcoming Amy Poehler-helmed Netflix film 'Wine Country' appeared on 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen' Tuesday night, where they participated in the late-night show's signature rapid-fire questions and shared recollections from their experience making the comedy.

‘Wine Country’: Film Review

In 'Wine Country,' a comedy that marks Amy Poehler's feature directing debut, six longtime friends — played by six longtime friends who are 'Saturday Night Live' alumnae — meet in Napa for a celebratory weekend.

An ‘SNL’ Girls Trip Inspired Amy Poehler’s Netflix Movie ‘Wine Country’

Two years after former 'Saturday Night Live' cast member Rachel Dratch celebrated her birthday in Napa, Amy Poehler enlisted friends Maya Rudolph and Tina Fey to star in the upcoming Netflix comedy 'Wine Country.'

‘How I Met Your Mother’ Spinoff Moving Forward at CBS

The network will produce a pilot for "How I Met Your Dad," from Emily Spivey and "Mother" co-creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas.

‘Up All Night’ Creator Joins ‘Modern Family’

"Saturday Night Live" alum Emily Spivey will be part of the ABC comedy's writing staff during the fifth season.

‘Up All Night’ Creator Emily Spivey Inks 20th TV Overall Deal

Rather than lay a foundation at "Up All Night's" studio Universal Television, the former "SNL" writer has signed a two-year deal at rival 20th TV and will co-EP the studio's animated effort "Murder Police."

Emmys 2012: TV’s Funniest Showrunners Talk Difficult Actors, Dreaming Up Plots and Rollerskating on the Lot

Carter Bays "How I Met Your Mother," Bill Prady "The Big Bang Theory,"Liz Meriwether "New Girl," Paul Lieberstein "The Office," Steve Levitan "Modern Family," and Emily Spivey "Up All Night" gather for a hilarious and insightful discussion on the business of making TV comedy.