More changes are happening over at NBC's Up All Night.
Linda Wallem has been hired as the comedy series' new showrunner as it revamps itself heading into the spring, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She'll replace Tucker Cawley, who is leaving to become a consulting producer on Fox's The Mindy Project. Wallem is a co-creator of Showtime's Nurse Jackie and also does consulting work for NBC's Whitney.
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The news is just the latest in a series of shakeup for the show, which is switching from a single-camera to a multi-camera format in the spring after an extended winter hiatus.
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