Here's the inaugural episode of The ArScheerio Paul Show, Paul Scheer's new web series for the YouTube channel JASH that involves him recreating interviews from The Arsenio Hall Show. First up is the infamous Bill Clinton appearance, with Scheer playing Arsenio and Will Arnett as Clinton. Scheer called it "one of the weirdest things I've ever done," but you can decide for yourself where this falls in the Paul Scheer weirdness spectrum.
NBC's Up All Night is pretty much done for, and TV Guide has a piece out today looking at the show's life and, more interestingly, its death. After NBC and the producers decided to turn it from a single-camera sitcom to a multi-camera one with a live audience, that apparently wasn't big enough of a change as several high-concept 2.0 versions of the show were pitched and even written. Here's an excerpt from the piece:
"[New showrunner Linda] Wallem and the writing staff began brainstorming ideas for the multi-camera version. One pitch placed a portal between the two worlds — the single-cam and multi-cam versions — [...]
NBC is continuing to make some changes to its ratings-challenged Thursday night sitcom Up All Night. Deadline reports the network has ordered three more episodes of the second season, extended it from 13 to 16 episodes, and the final five will be filmed multi-camera with a live studio audience. The cast and crew are currently filming episode 11, but after it wraps next week, they'll take a three-month production hiatus to equip the stage and set for multi-camera filming and a live audience.
All of the single camera episodes will finish airing in December, when the show will take a hiatus until April/May when the rejiggered show [...]
Update: Want more hidden jokes? Check out our new 53 More Arrested Development Jokes You Probably Missed for twice as many jokes, references and callbacks that you might have not caught on your first dozen viewings!
After six years of teasing us with talk of an Arrested Development reunion, Mitch Hurwitz and Company are finally filming the new season and the movie. While the process took so long that even the cast, at times, developed an “I’ll believe it when I see it” attitude towards the project, filming of the new season of AD is finally underway and there are photos to prove it.
With Up All Night behind him, Will Arnett has found his next project: acting in the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. THR reports that he's been cast in a secret role in the reboot, which reimagines the popular late '80s/early '90s characters as aliens and is produced by Michael Bay and directed by Jonathan Liebesman (Wrath of the Titans, Battle Los Angeles). The new Ninja Turtles movie features a quartet of unknown actors in motion-capture suits to play the titular turtles, and Megan Fox has been cast as the Turtles' friend April O'Neil. THR points out that Arnett will not be playing Casey Jones and that [...]
Will Arnett has been cast as the lead in a new CBS pilot from creator Greg Garcia (My Name Is Earl, Raising Hope), which is just another sign that his NBC sitcom Up All Night is dead. The CBS show is an untitled multi-camera comedy that will star Arnett as a recently-divorced guy whose parents decide to move in with him. The pilot is being written by Garcia and directed by TV legend James Burrows. The show is in second position for Arnett, meaning that if NBC for some reason decides to renew Up All Night, he'll have to remain on that show/network. Up All Night continuing seems [...]
30 Rock only has five episodes left, set to conclude its seven-year run with an double-length episode on January 31st, but some familiar faces are returning to help the show say goodbye. TV Line reports that tomorrow's episode will feature the return of Will Arnett as Jack's deep-voiced nemesis Devon Banks, Steve Buscemi as oddball private investigator Lenny Wosniak, Megan Mullally as Liz Lemon's adoption caseworker from season 3, and Chloe Grace Moretz as teenage heir to the Kabletown empire Kaylie Hooper. Oscar winner Octavia Spencer will also be appearing as herself, the star of a movie Tracy Jordan is directing. Additionally, Entertainment Weekly reports that Salma Hayek [...]
Appearing on Conan last night, Will Arnett slyly revealed two guest stars from the upcoming season of Arrested Development: the man to his right (Andy Richter) and the man to his left (Conan O'Brien). Arnett starts coyly, by hinting, "I don't want this to be too much of a spoiler alert, but let me put it this way: There are a few people on this stage tonight who are a part of it" before flat-out saying the people he's referring to are himself, Conan, and Andy. It's probably safe to assume that Conan and Andy will be playing themselves, but Arnett stops his spoiler alert right there, so [...]
Amy Poehler's Smart Girls At The Party web series has given birth to a whole fancy YouTube channel with multiple shows and such. Boys Minute is one of those shows. It airs every other Wednesday and in it, Will Arnett does boy stuff while doing other boy stuff, like boys often do. For example, I am a boy and while writing this I am also currently throwing a football (to Will Arnett? Oooo, maybe!). [Via]
NBC is "strongly considering abandoning" plans to reboot its struggling sitcom Up All Night, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The network has yet to officially cancel the show following the departure of its showrunner, creator, and most recently, star Christina Applegate, all in the wake of NBC's decision to turn the show from a single-camera comedy to a multi-cam one taped in front of a live audience. The season's remaining order of five episodes was trimmed to one last week, but Deadline reports that one episode is being scrapped too. THR says the show's writing staff is looking for new jobs and [...]
The creator of NBC's troubled sitcom Up All Night, Emily Spivey, has just left the show in the midst of a massive creative revamp by the network, according to The Hollywood Reporter. THR doesn't give a reason for Spivey's departure, but it comes during a turbulent season full of network retooling for Up All Night, which stars Christina Applegate, Will Arnett, and Maya Rudolph. In October, NBC put the series on a three-month hiatus in order to convert it from a single-camera to a multi-camera show with a live audience – a rare, almost unprecedented move for a sitcom to make midway through its run. On top [...]
We don't usually report on things like this but this is a bit too heavy to ignore. Last night, it was announced that Amy Poehler and Will Arnett are separating after nine years of marriage and about 12 years of generally being together. If this is the first you're hearing of this, I am very sorry to bring you this news. I am sorry. All ended marriages are sad in a way; however, this is particularly so as these guys are the best people and were the best as a thing. A source told Us Weekly that the whole thing is "very amicable." UGH! Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally, [...]
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