Andy Samberg Previews New Movie Palm Springs — and Discusses the Future of Brooklyn Nine-Nine
"When I talk to my parents, my dad's just like, 'Oh yeah. It's just going to get way worse. So enjoy what you have.' Oh, sweet, thanks," jokes the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star.
As for how he and wife Joanna Newsom split up parenting duties, the couple have "been trading off" getting up early in the morning with their little girl for "the last few months, which has been pretty awesome."
But luckily, "The child has been sleeping a little later these days, which is a godsend," Samberg tells PEOPLE. "I don't even really even tell our other friends with kids because it's the last thing you want to hear. But like this morning, she got up around 8, which is really late for a 3-year-old."
"Some mornings you do it all together as a family, but it's been very nice in terms of, like, tonight I can stay up a little later and know that I don't have to get up super early," he adds of his parenting dynamic with Newsom, 38.
The Saturday Night Live alum says he and his wife discuss their gratitude a lot amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, as they are thankful "to have good health, a family and a roof over our heads, and [for] getting to do what we love for a living," among other things.
"A lot of these days are with the family, with my wife and daughter. Like sitting out in the sun or something, dancing in the kitchen," Samberg says. "But I would say I feel [moments of bliss] a lot these days. That's the one true silver lining of being home bound — so much wonderful family time."
Palm Springs — also staring J.K. Simmons, Peter Gallagher, Meredith Hagner, Camila Mendes, Tyler Hoechlin and June Squibb — will be available to stream Friday on Hulu.
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