Melissa Rauch is officially back on TV, and her latest sitcom is already a smash hit.
of big bang theory The alum made headlines among fans when news broke that he would be starring in and executive producing a reboot of the hit ’80s sitcom in November 2021. night coat on NBC. Just over a year after her first two episodes aired, she took to her Instagram to express her gratitude for the show’s early success. deadline reported that it earned the highest comedy debut rating the network had in over five years.
“A big thank you to everyone who watched #NightCourt last night!” I can’t thank everyone enough for making the show possible.Family!💙.”
Considering how fans love the actress who portrayed Bernadette Rostenkowski Wolowitz big bang theoryit wasn’t surprising to see people celebrating her latest career achievement on social media.
“I loved the show. I had to get [used] Not Bernadette’s voice but your normal voice 😂 but I see it every week,” one user commented on Instagram. I set it to record weekly Melissa did a great job,” added another follower.
So what is Melissa’s role in the reimagined version night coatShe plays Abby Stone, the daughter of original cast member Harry Stone (Harry Anderson) who fulfills her His late father’s position as a night judge in the Manhattan Criminal Court.
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While other new characters assist Abby in her nightly courtroom life, she plays prosecutor Dan Fielding (John Larroquette), who is also a former colleague of her father.
Looks like we’ll see a new show on Tuesday night.
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