That's the Christina Applegate/Will Arnett show that wasn't doing well, and then to "save it" they were going to change from single camera to multi-cam.
A month or two ago, rumors were going around about the crazy ideas "Up All Night" was going to incorporate when they made this switch. Many sounded too insane to be true, and a lot of us were excited about them actually going forward with the show just to see how it would work.
However, it won't happen. Because Christina Applegate saw these new ideas and immediately bailed out. You should read the article, but here are a couple of changes they were thinking about making:
Ultimately 11 episodes were shot and aired by December; NBC wanted to produce five more for this spring. Cawley left the show, replaced by Linda Wallem (Nurse Jackie), a childhood friend of NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt.
Wallem and the writing staff began brainstorming ideas for the multi-camera version. One pitch placed a portal between the two worlds — the single-cam and multi-cam versions — that only baby Amy could see. Another idea put Wallem and her real-life partner, Etheridge, in front of the camera, perhaps with the action taking place in their living room.