Melissa Rauch and John Larroquette join NBC’s rebooted “Night Court”

Melissa Rauch and John Larroquette have joined the rebooted Night Court, a new NBC series about a night club that serves as a hub for organized crime in New York City. The evening’s patrons are known as “Night Stakeout” criminals, and they usually face hefty fines, community service, or even execution. But after being inspired by the Hard Feelings book series, NBC has decided to bring back the Night Court — an infamous New York City nightclub that served as the base for some of the most vicious street gangs in the city. The show centers on Rauch and Larroquette, two Brooklynarcviers who take down Night Court’s high-profile enforcer at a genre-crossing cost

The show was created by Outmatched’s Dan Rubin and Melissa Rauch and is executive produced by Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt co-EP Dan Rubin and Melissa Rauch. It stars Larroquette as Judge Abby Stone, with Rauch reprising her role as Abby’s mother, Harry Stone’s daughter. The series will be shot in New York City.

The Night Court is a multi-camera comedy about a judge who has been appointed by the Mayor of New York City to preside over arraignments. While she tries to restore order in the night court, she also has her own problems. The Night Court will air on NBC from September 9th through November 10th.