Meg Ryan was seen filming with comedian Billy Eichner for an upcoming episode of his show ‘Billy on the street’ on Thursday afternoon in NYC. See more photos here: , , ,  and . Most devastating rejection yet: @billyeichner & Meg Ryan chose to yell at guy to my left instead of me #needicecream pic.twitter.com/lih8S1XlED — Laura Stampler (@laurastampler) May 14, 2015
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Several serious entertainment sites are reporting Meg will lend her voice to one of the main characters in the upcoming ‘How I Met Your Mother’ spin-off! Funny how her characters name is Sally! Article below is from the Entertainment Weekly website. The mother has a voice: Meg Ryan has been cast as the narrator for CBS’ How I Met Your Mother spin-off. The actress has landed the unseen vocal role
Just in time for throwback thursday #TBT I came across this old castphoto for the soap As The World Turns from 1983. A very young Meg Ryan can be seen sitting in the first row! Meg was on ATWT from 1992-1984.
This looks interesting. Meg is working on a tv comedy show for NBC. If greenlit, it would probably air in fall 2014. Variety has the following report on it’s website: “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-ex-husband and a meddlesome mother-in-law) who
Should have posted this one on Thursday as a #tbt post haha! A golden-oldie from Youtube: a Tattletales Soap Couples Week episode from 1983 with a 21 year old Meg and her As The World Turns partner Frank Runyon as contestants. Click on the picture to be forwarded to the Youtube video with the entire episode!
The ‘Half The Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide’ documentary was one of the winners at the Realscreen Awards last night, picking up four prizes. Read more about the awards here. “(…) Half the Sky, meanwhile, picked up the 2013 Award of Excellence in the Non-Fiction category, along with the award for Best Non-Fiction: Social/Current Affairs. The transmedia project, which was produced by Show of Force and Fugitive
Meg is one of the guest stars on Lisa Kudrow’s series ‘Web Therapy’ this season. She is featured in three webisodes, ‘The Archivist’, ‘You know how I love puzzles’ and ‘Extreme Makeover: Hoarder edition’. Showtime will air the three webispodes as one tv episode later in July. Added several screencaps to the gallery. In other news, actress Jean Stapleton has passed away at the age of 90 on Friday. She
The official Facebook page for the Lisa Kudrow series announced the new webisodes will air on Hulu starting Monday May 27th! Sadly, you can only view it on that website when you’re in the US. Good news is there are ways around that now. Hopefully we’ll have screencaps next week for you. The episodes will also be shown on the Showtime TV channel starting late July. Here’s the info from
Entertainment Weekly’s ‘Inside TV’ page has some updates on the third season of Lisa Kudrow’s ‘Web Therapy’, airing this summer on Showtime. Meg has a guest role in one of the episodes of her friend’s series. Meg and Lisa both starred in the movie ‘Hanging Up’ (2000) and Meg and Victor Gerber – who also seems to be in the same episode – were both in Sleepless in Seattle! “(…)
The Half The Sky documentary that was show on PBS last year, featuring Meg as one of the co-presenters together with several other actresses, has been chosen as one of the honorees for the Sixth Annual Television Academy Honors. “The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences today announced the honorees for the Sixth Annual Television Academy Honors. Celebrating “Television With A Conscience,” this year’s honorees are A Smile as Big