When Harry Met Sally fans, rejoice; Meg Ryan is making a comeback. According to Deadline, the '90s star is planning a return to the spotlight, and to the medium that gave her her start: TV. Ryan is set to star in an NBC comedy, a single …
Meg Ryan, who got her start as a soapie player (as many do), is returning to TV. The “Sleepless in Seattle” star is headed to NBC to front her own comedy series. Marc Lawrence (“Miss Congeniality”) is writing the project, which centers on “a ...
The cover line was: "Meg Ryan: Why She Really Left Hollywood Behind." So imagine everyone's reaction this week when NBC sources revealed that Meg was returning to the limelight by starring in a new sitcom about a New York editor with …
Meg Ryan is returning to the small screen, signing on to star in her first regular TV role in almost 30 years. Hollywood Reporter has reported the “Sleepless in Seattle” star will executive produce and star in an NBC pilot revolving around a …
Meg Ryan is bringing her business to the small screen. The “Sleepless in Seattle” star has entered a development deal for a new comedy, which Ryan would star in and executive produce. Also read: Meg Ryan Goes for Comedy in ‘Serious …
It's been nearly 30 years since Meg Ryan had her own show on the small screen. But now she's back. The star of "When Harry Met Sally" is set to take the lead in an as-yet-untitled comedy for NBC, according to The Los Angeles Times. …
She will also star in the film alongside Sam Shepard and Melanie Griffith, while Tom Hanks, whom Ryan memorably starred alongside in Sleepless In Seattle and You’ve Got Mail, will be executive producer. Also starring will be Meg
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - A film produced by Tom Hanks and directed by Meg Ryan will be shot in Virginia. Gov. Terry McAuliffe says Ryan also is playing a role in the film "Ithaca," which is based on William Saroyan's 1942 novel "The …
though she may be appearing on TV in person in a new pilot she’s working on for NBC, along with doing the voiceovers for How I Met Your Dad for CBS. Give The Guardian Liberty Voice your opinions, America! Do you think Meg Ryan
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 11 (UPI) -- Meg Ryan is to star in a new NBC comedy series about a former New York book editor who returns to the workplace, The Hollywood Reporter said Friday. The half-hour single-camera comedy finds Ryan's …