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Out All Night
Genre Sitcom
Created by Andy Borowitz
Susan Borowitz
Rob Edwards
Written by Andy Borowitz
Susan Borowitz
Jeffrey Duteil
Rob Edwards
Lloyd Garver
Michelle Jones
Caryn Lucas
Eric Pomerance
B. Mark Seabrooks
Devon Shepard
Directed by Matthew Diamond
Starring Patti LaBelle
Morris Chestnut
Vivica A. Fox
Duane Martin
Simon O'Brien
Theme music composer James R. Ellison
Nathaniel Wilkie
Opening theme "Out All Night" performed by Patti LaBelle
Composer(s) Quincy Jones
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 20 (1 unaired)
Executive producer(s) Andy Borowitz
Susan Borowitz
Producer(s) Matthew Diamond
Werner Walian
Editor(s) Jesse Hoke
Running time 30 min (approx)
Original channel NBC
Original run September 19, 1992 – July 9, 1993

Out All Night is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from September 19, 1992 to July 9, 1993 for one season. The series stars Patti LaBelle, and was created by Andy Borowitz, Susan Borowitz, and Rob Edwards.



LaBelle stars as former singer Chelsea Paige who opens a Los Angeles urban nightclub aptly named "Club Chelsea". To manage the club, Chelsea hires a recent New York University graduate, Jeff (Morris Chestnut). Chelsea also rents Jeff and his irresponsible best friend Vidal (Duane Martin) an apartment in the building she owns. Rounding out the cast is Vivica A. Fox as Chelsea's stylist daughter Charisse, and Simon O'Brien as the group's Scottish neighbor.

The series is set in the same universe as The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (which was also created by Andy and Susan Borowitz). In the tenth episode, "The Great Pretender", Karyn Parsons guest stars as her Fresh Prince character Hillary Banks. Out All Night also featured several musical guests including After 7, Mary J. Blige, Bobby Brown, Boyz II Men, Natalie Cole, Johnny Gill, Jodeci, Gladys Knight, Eddie and Gerald Levert, Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, MC Hammer, TLC, Luther Vandross, and Dionne Warwick.



Episode # Episode title Original airdate
1-1 Pilot September 19, 1992
1-2 "Gentlemen's Agreement" September 26, 1992
1-3 "The Kid" October 3, 1992
1-4 "On My Own" October 10, 1992
1-5 "That Man Returns" October 17, 1992
1-6 "The Dream Team" October 24, 1992
1-7 "Hammer Halloween" October 31, 1992
1-8 "That's What Friends Are For" November 19, 1992
1-9 "Smooth Operator" December 3, 1992
1-10 "The Great Pretender" December 10, 1992
1-11 "The Three Wise Men" December 17, 1992
1-12 "A Date With a Diva" January 7, 1993
1-13 "Like Father, Like Son" January 14, 1993
1-14 "Take This Job" January 21, 1993
1-15 "The Way We Were" January 28, 1993
1-16 "The Tenant's Commandments" February 12, 1993
1-17 "Under My Thumb" June 25, 1993
1-18 "Mall in the Family" July 2, 1993
1-19 "Taking Care of Business" July 9, 1993
1-20 "It's My Party" Never aired

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