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Melissa Rauch Talks Upholding The Legacy Of Night Court And Her Time On The Big Bang Theory – Exclusive Interview

Melissa Rauch made a name for herself by starring in the hugely popular «The Big Bang Theory,» in which she played Howard’s love interest, Bernadette. It was a breakout role that lasted for 10 seasons, until the series ended in 2019.

Now, in her first major endeavor since «The Big Bang Theory» wrapped things up, Rauch is presiding over a new series, a revival of the hit 1980s sitcom «Night Court.» Rauch plays the daughter of the late Harry Stone (Harry Anderson), Judge Abby Stone, who now sits on the same bench her father did as part of the night shift at the Manhattan Criminal Court. Starring alongside her is original cast member John Larroquette, who reprises his role as attorney Dan Fielding.

Ahead of the series premiere, which airs tonight on NBC, Rauch sat down with Looper for an exclusive interview in which she discussed the «Night Court» legacy, working with Larroquette, and what she learned from «The Big Bang Theory.»

Melissa Rauch On Upholding The Night Court Legacy And Her Time On The Big Bang Theory – Exclusive
Melissa Rauch made a name for herself by starring in the hugely popular «The Big Bang Theory,» in which she played Howard’s love interest, Bernadette. It was a breakout role that lasted for 10 seasons, until the series ended in 2019.


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Now, in her first major endeavor since «The Big Bang Theory» wrapped things up, Rauch is presiding over a new series, a revival of the hit 1980s sitcom «Night Court.» Rauch plays the daughter of the late Harry Stone (Harry Anderson), Judge Abby Stone, who now sits on the same bench her father did as part of the night shift at the Manhattan Criminal Court. Starring alongside her is original cast member John Larroquette, who reprises his role as attorney Dan Fielding.

Ahead of the series premiere, which airs tonight on NBC, Rauch sat down with Looper for an exclusive interview in which she discussed the «Night Court» legacy, working with Larroquette, and what she learned from «The Big Bang Theory.»

Rauch hopes fans view the Night Court revival as an homage
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What a fun revival. What drew you to this series? Were you a fan of the original?

I was a big fan of the original. I remember very vividly watching it growing up. I even had some of my favorite episodes recorded on a VHS tape that I would go back and watch over and over again. When «Big Bang» ended, I had this production company at Warner Bros., and we were working on developing projects that focused on multi-cams because I fell in love with the format so much. That was our mission — making sure that we could potentially help in adding more multi-cams to the TV landscape and keeping that format alive, and that’s the foundation of «Night Court.»

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