The big TV networks are continuing to buy new shows to develop for the 2014-15 TV season, and NBC just purchased a pair of comedies from two well-known actors: Justin Long and Meg Ryan. Justin Long’s untitled sitcom is being written …
BREAKUP Meg Ryan has counter-filed for divorce from husband Dennis Quaid ... Chuck Lorre, the creator of ABC’s popular sitcom ”Dharma & Greg,” has inked a major deal with NBC to develop 13 episodes of a new romantic comedy. …
With Mad About You a fixture on its Sunday prime-time lineup, NBC could be ready to try more comedies on a ... program will conclude with a montage featuring such World alumni as Meg Ryan (Sleepless in Seattle), Oscar winner Marisa …
Now NBC is giving Americans their own version of the show that ... she conducted as a radio host with the likes of Mel Gibson (he fell asleep) and Meg Ryan (she was on autopilot). "Michael Jackson turned up two hours late," she continues.
You can double a lot of other cities," says Richard Salvatore, producer of “Homeland Security,” a movie filming in Shreveport starring Tom Hanks, Antonio Banderas and Meg Ryan. The result: Almost $300 million in film production in …
One-time romantic comedy queen Meg Ryan is plotting a small screen return next year. The actress — known for such big screen hits as “When Harry Met Sally,” “You’ve Got Mail” and “Sleepless in Seattle” and “You’ve Got Mail” — has ...
Rom-com queen Meg Ryan (“When Harry Met Sally”) has signed a deal to executive produce and star in a sitcom for NBC about a single mom that decides to return to the working world after a long hiatus.
In the currently untitled series, Ryan will star as a devoted and nonconfrontational single mother who returns to her New York publishing house, where she was once a brilliant editor. Of course, things have changed since she left and her …
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