'Up All Night' Canceled: NBC Pulls The Plug On Will Arnett, Christina Applegate Comedy

"Up All Night" is canceled, according to EW. NBC has finally swung the ax on the troubled single-camera comedy starring Christina Applegate, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph.

"Up All Night" has been considered dead for some time now, after NBC opted to retool the low-rated series into a multi-camera format. That change caused Christina Applegate to exit the series, along with the showrunner, before NBC reduced "Up All Night's" episode order from five down to a single multi-camera installment that was reportedly never filmed.

"Up All Night" joins also-canceled "Deception," "Whitney," "Guys with Kids" and "1600 Penn" as the network cleans house before its upfronts presentation to advertisers on May 12.

"Parks and Rec" has been renewed, and joins previously renewed "Parenthood," "Revolution," "Law & Order SVU," "Chicago Fire" and "Grimm." NBC also picked up several new dramas and a comedy, including Jason Katims' "About a Boy," J.J. Abrams' "Believe," the Sean Hayes/Victor Fresco comedy, Rand Ravich's "Crisis," starring Dermot Mulroney and Gillian Anderson, and "Family Guide," the comedy starring Parker Posey and "Lost" alum Harold Perrineau.

Are you upset "Up All Night" was canceled? Which of NBC's other canceled shows are you sad to see go?

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