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Meg Ryan has become the latest film star to head to the small screen. The “When Harry Met Sally” star has signed on to lead a comedy being eyed by Epix, sources confirm to Variety. Epix declined to comment.
The half-hour series, written by Brad Hall, will be a TV adaptation of his short film “Picture Paris,” taking the same title. “Picture Paris,” like the short that starred Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Hall’s wife), will focus on a suburban empty-nester who heads to Paris with her husband, only to find the trip isn’t quite the dream she anticipated.
Hall will write and direct the project, first reported by Deadline, which is being fast-tracked for a straight-to-series order.
Ryan’s news follows that Julia Roberts, who »
- Oriana Schwindt and Elizabeth Wagmeister
Meg Ryan is making the best of a bad vacation.
The actress, famous for her work in big-screen romantic comedies like You’ve Got Mail and When Harry Met Sally, will star in Epix’s half-hour comedy series Picture Paris, our sister site Deadline reports.
Based on the 2011 short film of the same name — which originally starred Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Ryan’s role — Picture Paris follows a couple of suburban empty nesters whose trip to the City of Lights doesn’t go exactly as they expected.
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