Emily Spivey, the creator of NBC's troubled sitcom Up All Night who left the show last month, has already found a new gig at Fox. Spivey signed a two-year deal with 20th Century Fox to develop new series and work on existing Fox shows. The deal brings Spivey home to Fox, where she began her career as a writer for MADtv and King of the Hill in 2001 before spending a decade on Saturday Night Live. Her first assignment at Fox is to serve as co-executive producer on the upcoming animated series Murder Police, which has an order for a 13-episode first season. The show [...]
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