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Upcoming TV shows are expected by all of us in these summer days (If you are a series geek, of course).
Producers and TV Companies drain theirs brains to give us fresh and new stories for the next season and obviously trying to catch out attention through trailers and reviews of their products.
Do you remember Christina Applegate?
She became famous and in one of the most successful TV shows ever: “Married With Children”.
Ten years in this show helped Christina to enormously develop her career as an actress, and the rest is history.
What about Will Arnett?
Best known for his role in Arrested Development, Will worked in several movies and TV shows.
Now, together and with the support of the NCB company, they become a couple in “Up All Night” an upcoming show that will be released this fall.
About the show
Life is all about balance. So what happens when you throw a new baby into it?
Reagan (Christina Applegate) and her husband, Chris (Will Arnett), are the proud new parents of baby Amy. She may have been unexpected, but life’s curve balls can be a godsend, literally. Unless you have a career that needs attention, which is exactly what Reagan has. So, bucking tradition, they decide Reagan is the one going back to work while Chris is going to be the stay-at-home dad. Easy, right? Well, not quite.
Back at work at her high-pressure job, Reagan immediately feels the push and pull of motherhood and career while her self-involved co-worker, Ava (Maya Rudolph), can’t believe her best friend now has a baby (nor can she even remember if it’s a boy or girl). Then her Facebook-generation assistant reminds Reagan of the free-wheeling lifestyle she and Chris once had. She also remembers that no matter how rowdy the partying once was, she always managed to get home, something that makes her very proud.
Determined to prove that she and Chris still have a hot love life, and that she can be the perfect wife, mother, and career woman, Reagan spins a little out of control. But she eventually realizes that Amy is her new number one priority and somehow everything (except maybe Chris) is going to take a backseat to their new bundle of joy.
Written by Saturday Night Live’s Emily Spivey, executive produced by Lorne Michaels, and directed by James Griffiths (Episodes), Reagan and Chris are about to find out whether it’s really possible to have it all.
In an interview given to NBC, Christina Applegate states:
“Everyone’s making big adjustments and that’s what really happens when you have a baby. Everything changes, is no longer about you anymore, which is great because you have this angel in your life and it’s ok to make these changes”.
And she continues.
“I’ve never laughed out loud reading something so that was the first time that I laugh out loud reading the script and that?s when I signed on to be a part of the journey”
With this being just a sneak peek, we will have to wait until September 14th, to see how this couple attempts to deal with the new member who comes to show that, sometimes, life can change for good.