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Up All Night: Season 1

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Primetime Emmy nominee Christina Applegate (Samantha Who?), Maya Rudolph (Bridesmaids) and Will Arnett (Arrested Development) star in this smart, irreverent comedy about adjusting to life with a newborn. Reagan (Applegate) and her husband, Chris (Arnett), have long enjoyed partying with their famous talk show host friend, Ava (Rudolph), but their glamorous lives change with the unexpected arrival of their daughter. Follow their wild and relatable journey through parenthood with this three-disc set that includes all 24 Season One episodes and features phenomenal guest stars Jason Lee (My Name is Earl), Molly Shannon (Saturday Night Live), Megan Mullally (Will and Grace), and music icons Alanis Morissette and Stevie Nicks. Written and produced by Saturday Night Live veteran Lorne Michaels, this is one show worth staying up for!

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Debuting on DVD with 24 first-season episodes on three discs, Up All Night has an attractive cast (led by Christina Applegate, Will Arnett, and Maya Rudolph), a relatable premise, good writing, and the kind of upbeat, affirming message most sitcoms mix in with the yuks. But it might be that what it doesn't have--like a laugh track, a studio audience, and the limitations imposed by being restricted to a couple of sets on a Hollywood sound stage--is what lifts this show above others of its ilk. Applegate and Arnett play Reagan and Chris Brinkley, a working couple (she's a TV producer, he's a lawyer) who, in the course of the first episode, discover that Reagan is pregnant and welcome their first child into the family. Complications ensue: sleep deprivation, career questions (Chris quits his job to stay home with baby Amy, while Reagan soon returns to work), trying to keep the romantic flame burning with a mewling kid in the other room, meddling parents and in-laws, worrying about school (already!), and various other issues that most new parents can identify with. And then there's Reagan's boss and best bud, Ava Alexander (Rudolph), an Oprah-style talk show host and singer. Clueless and self-involved, Ava has plenty of boyfriends (and problems), and in Rudolph's hands she's the most consistently hilarious character on the show--potentially the most irritating too, were it not for the fact that the writers seem to get a better handle on her about a third of the way through the season, giving her a good heart to go with her ditzy brain. Creator Emily Spivey reportedly based the series on her own experience, which supplies a nice dose of slightly exaggerated reality to the proceedings. But it's the lack of laugh track and other aforementioned elements that are perhaps most notable. There are fewer pauses while actors wait for the audience (real or fake) to crack up; dialogue is both written and delivered more naturally; and instead of being artificially prompted to guffaw, viewers can decide for themselves whether jokes (like Reagan's description of Ava's boyfriend's nightclub as "a soul-sucking skank fest") are actually funny or not. Add to that guest stars like Henry Winkler, Megan Mullally, Molly Shannon, Blythe Danner, and semi-regular Jason Lee, and Up All Night is a winner. --Sam Graham

Special Features

Disc 1 - Up All Night Season One:
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • "Basically" Music Video by B-Ro Featuring Ava


  • Disc 2 - Up All Night Season One:
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes


  • Disc 3 - Up All Night Season One:
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Christina Applegate, Will Arnett, Maya Rudolph
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Subtitles: English
    • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 3
    • Rated:
      NR
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    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: September 11, 2012
    • Run Time: 514 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B008F5HOXI
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,768 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    I loved this show and was disappointed when it was cancelled. I'm still hoping that Season 2 will come out on DVD. It was funny and realistic about what new parenthood is like. A mother working and the father being at home and trying to juggle marriage and a new baby.
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    This show is wonderful. Will Arnett is one of the funniest guys out there. Christina Applegate is terrific. The scripts are intelligent and heart-warming for anyone who has been there. I love the 80's and 90's references. It's too bad that networks end the smart shows and keep that dumb ones.
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    I love Up All Night. It's sad that the show was canceled after the second season (due to Applegate rightfully wanting time with her baby, the little one in the show). My wife and I enjoy it on repeat whenever we want good laughs that are clean AND we see ourselves in the characters. I would highly recommend picking up both seasons, even though the second season is quite pricey.
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    The only good season, before the networks butchered and frankensteined the show. Never really a fan of Kelly Bundy, but Maya Rudolph's performance is worth it alone (the part that most critics seemed to hate, it was my favorite part of the show). Too bad they couldn't have excised everything but her...
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    By socks on November 2, 2013
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    A great laugh at the changes this couple goes through once a baby arrives. Can appreciate the situations even if you can't relate. All about getting older and having to admit it! Love the cast and characters they portrayed. So disappointed show was cancelled. A good chuckle and feel good comedy
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    NBC's Up All Night has been a must-see since its earliest promos. Starring Christina Applegate, Will Arnett, and Maya Rudolph, the blockbuster cast is reason enough to tune in. But given so much star appeal, why does the show's maiden voyage seem so lackluster? Perhaps the been-there-done-that premise is to blame: a young couple gets pregnant, which throws a wrench in the gears of workingwoman, Reagan's (Applegate) career as a TV producer and forcing her husband (Arnett) into the role of stay-at-home dad. Rudolph makes her appearance as a bombastic Oprah/Queen Latifah hybrid, the host of the talk show that employs Applegate's character.

    The series does not find a solid footing in its infancy, but it squeezes a few laughs out of a fair dose of bleeped potty-mouth humor. It functions as more of a dramedy; we emotionally connect to the characters, which is refreshing in a sitcom. It is reminiscent of How I Met Your Mother in that sense, although it lacks the sharp and efficient writing. Created by Emily Spivey (Saturday Night Live) and produced by comedy juggernaut Lorne Michaels, quality material shouldn't be in short supply. That's why it comes as a surprise that Up All Night feels so lukewarm.

    These are characters that will only get better as episodes pass and we witness what sets them apart from the actors' previous roles. As it is, they feel a bit like placeholders until the show figures out what it wants to be. Like 30 Rock before it, it might take several seasons for the show to connect brilliantly on every level. We have faith in all the parts of the whole. Now, we wait for the whole to manifest itself into something unique, with a little more punch.

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    Season one was epically hilarious. I don't know why they felt like they had to change a winning strategy in season two. I just had my first child and I HAD to watch the Birth episode from season one again to commemorate the moment.
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    By J. Nelms on January 3, 2012
    This show is hilarious. I love it. I don't look at it like it has an agenda. I just watch it and enjoy the humor and the story line. Will A. and Christina Applegate have great chemistry and work well off of one another. It deals with very real issues that parent's face in today's world with hilarious commentary to back it.
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