EXCLUSIVE: In a very competitive situation with three networks pursuing, Epix has landed Picture Paris, a half-hour comedy series project starring Meg Ryan. The comedy ... Hall previously created the NBC comedy …
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Meg Ryan has been cast as the voice of the ... and her last film was 2009's Serious Moonlight. In October 2013, Ryan announced that she would be starring in and producing a comedy for NBC. With an impressive cast, …
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, …
Meg Ryan will now be a regular in your living room. The "When Harry Met Sally" star will star in and produce an NBC comedy about a former hotshot New York editor. This marks the stars first soiree in TV since 1982's …
Meg Ryan
Meg Ryan will exec produce and star in a new halfhour, single-cam comedy from Universal TV that is in development at NBC. Ryan would play a sunny, non-confrontational single mom (with teenage kids, an almost …
Meg Ryan was America’s sweetheart When Harry Met Sally ... Meg also announced that she will be starring in and producing a comedy for NBC. Meg’s last film role was in 2009’s Serious Moonlight and she guest starred …
No wonder John Mellencamp couldn't let Meg Ryan go! Making her first official public appearance ... "She's an angel sent to me, and I'm very happy," the "Small Town" musician said on NBC's Today. "And, you know, …
Meg Ryan
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 …
Meg Ryan
After apparently splitting up nearly two months ago, Meg Ryan and ... When asked if he and Ryan might reunite, he replied, “Nothing’s over. I never say ‘die’ for anything. Do you ever quit on anything?” On Sept. 25, on NBC’s …
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The Peacock will have what Meg’s having. EW has confirmed that NBC has ordered a pilot starring onetime rom-com queen Meg Ryan, who will both headline and executive produce the half-hour comedy. (The Hollywood …