Oh man, this show.
Maya Rudolph, get outta there!
Put it out of its misery, NBC!
Our TV expert rates the chances of all the shows in limbo.
And Up All Night.
Three reasons to be hopeful, and two that say "Not so fast ... "
Changes ahead for Up All Night, Whitney, and Don't Trust the B.
He'll play someone from Maya Rudolph's past.
He was the boyfriend on the late Best Friends Forever.
More pickups for NBC comedies.
The sweetest moment of the entire season, just in time for its finale.
Plus: David Spade glared at a deserving Chris Farley through an entire SNL sketch, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
The characters on Up All Night are smart enough to realize they’ve got a lot of growing up to do.
This one's really good! And it has The Fonz!
He wants a new baby; she's too career-focused. Gender flip! Ayo!
"I thought we were having a successful business relationship. I thought the same thing with Suge Knight and Ira Glass. You guys are all alike."
"Who has the biggest vagina?”
Reagan and Chris swap roles.
Learn TV’s Extended Family Trees, Courtesy of Omnipresent Parents Stephen Collins, Blythe Danner, and More
Bunny from Sex and the City is the missing mom link between Sex and the City, Cheers, and Parenthood.
Behaving badly on airplanes.
It involves an airplane. SPOILER ALERT!
Or Valentine's Day.
We rate 26 shows' odds of survival, on a scale of Work It (as good as dead) to 2 Broke Girls (a slam dunk for coming back next season).
It's her first time.