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.
The paper reports the half-hour, single-camera show was created by Marc Lawrence ("Family Ties"). Ryan will serve as executive producer alongside Jane Berliner for Universal Television and Lawrence's Reserve Room Productions.
The last time Ryan was a lead on TV was in 1982, when she co-starred in "One of the Boys," a comedy with Mickey Rooney, Dana Carvey and Nathan Lane, The Times reports.
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