What's a sexy, newly divorced, 40-something mother do for romance when all the men her age are only interested in young hotties? Ready or not, Jules Cobb (Courteney Cox) is about to find out the truth about middle-aged dating in this sexy comedy about feeling young again.
Motherhood. It's never what you're expecting. Follow three best friends as they hilariously prove there's no right way to raise your kids...and plenty of ways to screw things up. A new comedy with real laughs inspired by real stories of real mothers.
Emmy-nominee Christina Applegate and Will Arnett star as the proud new parents of baby Amy. Bucking tradition, they decide the wife will be the one going back to work while the husband is going to be the stay-at-home dad. But it's not so simple when the working mom immediately feels the push and pull of motherhood and career, and she spins a little out of control. Written by Saturday Night Live's Emily Spivey and executive produced by Lorne Michaels, Up All Night also stars Maya Rudolph.
Four bedrooms. One bath. Zero Boundaries. The line between roommates, friends and lovers is often fuzzy. Lovable but awkward Mark (Tyler Francavilla) is secretly in love with Katie (Dorian Brown) and finally has the chance to win her heart when he takes over the vacant spot in her apartment. But things get complicated—and hilarious—when he doesn’t hit it off with Katie’s other roommates, Hope (Tamera Mowry) and James (Tommy Dewey). Hope doesn’t hide her dislike for Mark, especially after an awkward hook-up, and James takes great pleasure in watching Mark and his quirky best friend Thom (David Weidoff) as they manage to make a mess out things.