Michael Schneider reports on the attempted re-tooling of Up All Night:
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 — that only baby Amy could see. Another idea put Wallem and her real-life partner, Etheridge, in front of the camera, perhaps with the action taking place in their living room.
Stories like this make it easier to say farewell to good shows cancelled too soon. Why? Because television is crazy.