Two Weeks Notice is a late night, talk show style television series launched by LHSOC students Alison Bonaviso and Kaitlin Purcia in Winter 2015. The 30-minute episodes feature commentary by the show's host and sidekick, as well as an invited guest. Ali and Kaitlin had a desire to create a show that contained comedy elements not unlike Thursday Nite Live, but intended to uniquely mirror well-known television series such as NBC's The Tonight Show. The result was the development of their pilot throughout summer and fall of 2015.
Brian Cudina was casted as the show's host and Jillian Laganelli for sidekick during show's first season. For the show's second two, Seann Morgan and Miranda Edson were chosen as successors.
After the success of the show's spring 2016 season, Kaitlin choose to join the HEAT leadership as Associate General Manager for 2016-2017 season. Ali and Kaitlin selected Kimberly Gazdek as a worthy successor. In May 2016, Two Weeks Notice was renewed for its second season, and received official recognition as a member show of the HEAT Network.