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2021-05-03 07:32:26 UTC
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Night Court Sequel Series Lands Melissa Rauch & John Larroquette
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The new era of Night Court is officially taking shape, as Deadline
is reporting that both Melissa Rauch and the original series'
co-star John Larroquette will be joining the upcoming series.

The new Night Court, which is a reboot of the 1984 legal comedy
series, will see Larroquette reprise his role as night court
prosecutor Dan Fielding. As for Rauch, she'll play unapologetic
optimist judge Abby Stone, a new character created for the show.
Early reports indicate that the reboot is gearing up towards a
pilot order from NBC.

For Rauch, this marks the first role for the actress since her
starring role in The Big Bang Theory. Rauch is also attached to
the Night Court reboot as an executive producer, and reportedly
only joined the show in an acting capacity after reading the
script. The reboot will be written and executive produced by Dan
Rubin and will see Abby Stone following in her father's footsteps
as she presides over the night shift of a Manhattan arraignment
court. The original Night Court starred the late Harry Anderson as
Judge Harold "Harry" T. Stone.

Melissa Rauch and Winston Rauch will executive produce via their
production company After January. The company produces in
association with WBTV, which was also the studio behind the
original series. Rauch approached the studio about a potential
reboot of the popular series due to her growing up a fan of the
show.


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2021-05-03 08:25:21 UTC
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Night Court Sequel Series Lands Melissa Rauch & John Larroquette
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The new era of Night Court is officially taking shape, as Deadline
is reporting that both Melissa Rauch and the original series'
co-star John Larroquette will be joining the upcoming series.
The new Night Court, which is a reboot of the 1984 legal comedy
series, will see Larroquette reprise his role as night court
prosecutor Dan Fielding. As for Rauch, she'll play unapologetic
optimist judge Abby Stone, a new character created for the show.
Early reports indicate that the reboot is gearing up towards a
pilot order from NBC.
For Rauch, this marks the first role for the actress since her
starring role in The Big Bang Theory. Rauch is also attached to
the Night Court reboot as an executive producer, and reportedly
only joined the show in an acting capacity after reading the
script. The reboot will be written and executive produced by Dan
Rubin and will see Abby Stone following in her father's footsteps
as she presides over the night shift of a Manhattan arraignment
court. The original Night Court starred the late Harry Anderson as
Judge Harold "Harry" T. Stone.
Melissa Rauch and Winston Rauch will executive produce via their
production company After January. The company produces in
association with WBTV, which was also the studio behind the
original series. Rauch approached the studio about a potential
reboot of the popular series due to her growing up a fan of the
show.
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I despised that show. Horrible, grubby soft-filtered mess, the last gasp of the ugly series based in New York.
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2021-05-03 16:15:35 UTC
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Night Court Sequel Series Lands Melissa Rauch & John Larroquette
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The new era of Night Court is officially taking shape, as Deadline
is reporting that both Melissa Rauch and the original series'
co-star John Larroquette will be joining the upcoming series.
The new Night Court, which is a reboot of the 1984 legal comedy
series, will see Larroquette reprise his role as night court
prosecutor Dan Fielding. As for Rauch, she'll play unapologetic
optimist judge Abby Stone, a new character created for the show.
Early reports indicate that the reboot is gearing up towards a
pilot order from NBC.
For Rauch, this marks the first role for the actress since her
starring role in The Big Bang Theory. Rauch is also attached to
the Night Court reboot as an executive producer, and reportedly
only joined the show in an acting capacity after reading the
script. The reboot will be written and executive produced by Dan
Rubin and will see Abby Stone following in her father's footsteps
as she presides over the night shift of a Manhattan arraignment
court. The original Night Court starred the late Harry Anderson as
Judge Harold "Harry" T. Stone.
Melissa Rauch and Winston Rauch will executive produce via their
production company After January. The company produces in
association with WBTV, which was also the studio behind the
original series. Rauch approached the studio about a potential
reboot of the popular series due to her growing up a fan of the
show.
I despised that show. Horrible, grubby soft-filtered mess, the last gasp of
the ugly series based in New York.
Markie Post in her prime... yum.
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2021-05-03 17:07:01 UTC
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Night Court Sequel Series Lands Melissa Rauch & John Larroquette
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The new era of Night Court is officially taking shape, as Deadline
is reporting that both Melissa Rauch and the original series'
co-star John Larroquette will be joining the upcoming series.
The new Night Court, which is a reboot of the 1984 legal comedy
series, will see Larroquette reprise his role as night court
prosecutor Dan Fielding. As for Rauch, she'll play unapologetic
optimist judge Abby Stone, a new character created for the show.
Early reports indicate that the reboot is gearing up towards a
pilot order from NBC.
For Rauch, this marks the first role for the actress since her
starring role in The Big Bang Theory. Rauch is also attached to
the Night Court reboot as an executive producer, and reportedly
only joined the show in an acting capacity after reading the
script. The reboot will be written and executive produced by Dan
Rubin and will see Abby Stone following in her father's footsteps
as she presides over the night shift of a Manhattan arraignment
court. The original Night Court starred the late Harry Anderson as
Judge Harold "Harry" T. Stone.
Melissa Rauch and Winston Rauch will executive produce via their
production company After January. The company produces in
association with WBTV, which was also the studio behind the
original series. Rauch approached the studio about a potential
reboot of the popular series due to her growing up a fan of the
show.
I despised that show. Horrible, grubby soft-filtered mess, the last gasp of
the ugly series based in New York.
Markie Post in her prime... yum.
Marki Post as Electra Woman… Barf.

Here’s a laughably inept bio of her. I especially like the part where they
identify a photo of Kay Lenz as being Post.




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2021-05-03 21:22:06 UTC
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Night Court Sequel Series Lands Melissa Rauch & John Larroquette
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The new era of Night Court is officially taking shape, as Deadline
is reporting that both Melissa Rauch and the original series'
co-star John Larroquette will be joining the upcoming series.
The new Night Court, which is a reboot of the 1984 legal comedy
series, will see Larroquette reprise his role as night court
prosecutor Dan Fielding. As for Rauch, she'll play unapologetic
optimist judge Abby Stone, a new character created for the show.
Early reports indicate that the reboot is gearing up towards a
pilot order from NBC.
For Rauch, this marks the first role for the actress since her
starring role in The Big Bang Theory. Rauch is also attached to
the Night Court reboot as an executive producer, and reportedly
only joined the show in an acting capacity after reading the
script. The reboot will be written and executive produced by Dan
Rubin and will see Abby Stone following in her father's footsteps
as she presides over the night shift of a Manhattan arraignment
court. The original Night Court starred the late Harry Anderson as
Judge Harold "Harry" T. Stone.
Melissa Rauch and Winston Rauch will executive produce via their
production company After January. The company produces in
association with WBTV, which was also the studio behind the
original series. Rauch approached the studio about a potential
reboot of the popular series due to her growing up a fan of the
show.
I despised that show. Horrible, grubby soft-filtered mess, the last gasp of
the ugly series based in New York.
Markie Post in her prime... yum.
She was the only thing worth looking at while I wanted gasoline dumped on Harry Anderson, his stupid hat and J. Larroquette. Plus the ugly, gravel voice Jewish actress whose character (ugly, Jewish, out-of-place, obnoxious) was a STAPLE of 70's and early 80's TV shows.
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2021-05-03 10:28:24 UTC
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Melissa Rauch and Winston Rauch will executive produce
That's her husband, Winston Beigel. He took her name.
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2021-05-03 11:29:25 UTC
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No thanks. I've been burned too many times.

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