'Up All Night': Creator Emily Spivey is having fun, hopes you will too


The writers of NBC's new comedy "Up All Night" should not lack for material -- they're creating a TV show about the travails of new parenthood in, at least by showbiz standards, an unusually baby-heavy environment.Creator Emily Spivey and stars Christina Applegate, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph all have young children, as does semi-regular Nick Cannon. There's even a nursery adjoining Applegate's and Rudolph's dressing rooms, Spivey says."The babies are here a lot. Down the whole hallway there are signs that say 'Quiet - sleeping babies,'" Spivey told Zap2it when we spoke with her in early September. "Poor Nick is flying back and forth, because his family is in New York. But everyone's just managing -- it's what you have to do. It hasn't been a problem -- it's actually been kind of nice. There's nothing that makes the blood pressure do down more than holding a sweet baby."It also helps that, according to Spivey,...



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