Mulaney Information

Mulaney is an American television sitcom currently airing on Fox since the fall of 2014. It was created by stand-up comedian and former Saturday Night Live writer John Mulaney, who stars as a fictionalized version of himself. The show features the comedian performing stand-up out of character to the studio audience.


The show centers around John (John Mulaney), a comedian living in New York City with his roommates Jane (Nasim Pedrad), a personal trainer, and Motif (Seaton Smith), another comedian. John is often given advice by his neighbor Oscar (Elliott Gould), and annoyed by his friend Andre (Zack Pearlman). John's life changes when he's hired as a writer for Lou Cannon (Martin Short), a legendary comedian and game show host.

Cast and characters



  • Fortune Feimster as Mary Jo


The show was originally taped as a pilot for NBC, but was not picked up. The show was then picked up by Fox with a six-episode commitment. Fox later ordered an additional ten episodes. A trailer was released on May 12, 2014, along with an announcement that the show would air Sunday nights at 9:30 p.m., replacing the Seth MacFarlane sitcom, American Dad!, which will move to TBS. The series premiered October 5, 2014.

On October 18, 2014, Fox shut down production of the series by reducing the 16-episode order by three episodes. Filming for the thirteenth episode had just been completed prior to the order reduction, and the fourteenth episode was about to enter production.


No. Title Directed by Written by Original air date Production code U.S. viewers

ProdCode = 101 Viewers = 2.30 ShortSummary = Stand-up comedian John Mulaney gets hired by comedian Lou Cannon as a writer on his show. Jane attempts to prove an ex-boyfriend she isn't crazy. Motif struggles to write a joke. LineColor = 87d1f8 }}

ProdCode = 107 Viewers = 2.19 ShortSummary = John starts dating a doula who helps him deal with his fear of childbirth. Meanwhile, Lou's outrageous on-screen behavior warrants John's attention.
Guest Starring: Fortune Feimster as Mary Jo; Maria Thayer as The Doula
LineColor = 87d1f8 }}

Viewers = 2.25 ShortSummary = John uses jokes from his deceased neighbor, Lapidus, in Lou's monologue to prove he's a good writer in order to get his contract renewed.
Guest Starring: Fortune Feimster as Mary Jo; Dan Mintz as Mintz
LineColor = 87d1f8 }}

Viewers = 1.63 ShortSummary = John wonders why Jane doesn't like any of his girlfriends. Lou fixates on his death. LineColor = 87d1f8 }}

Viewers = 1.99 ShortSummary = John's parents visit, forcing him to lie about going to church. Jane begins a new pill and suffers side effects. James Handy as Father Ed, Nora Dunn as Patty Mulaney, Pete Holmes as Father Trey. LineColor = 87d1f8 }}

Viewers = 1.65 ShortSummary = Jane begins dating a Marine. John auditions to be in an USO show. LineColor = 87d1f8 }}

Viewers = 1.54 ShortSummary = When Motif learns John and Jane are not adding him to the apartment lease, he leans on his three girlfriends for support. Lou's audience plant demands a contract. LineColor = 87d1f8 }} </ref>

DirectedBy = WrittenBy = ProdCode = 112 OriginalAirDate = Viewers = ShortSummary = LineColor = 87d1f8 }}


Mulaney has been met with negative reviews from critics. It is considered by critics to be a massive failure, with most reviews drawing unflattering comparisons to Seinfeld. On Rotten Tomatoes, the show has a "rotten" score of 17%, based on 43 reviews, with an average rating of 4.3 out of 10. The consensus states, "John Mulaney, we know Jerry Seinfeld. Seinfeld was funny. Mulaney, you're no Seinfeld." On Metacritic, the show has a score of 38 out of 100, based on 27 reviews, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews." The show was named the fourth-worst show of 2014 by Entertainment Weekly.

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