Throughout the early 1960s into the late 1980s, WREC/WREG claimed to possess the largest feature film library of any television station in the United States, which was evidenced in its daily (late afternoons and late nights) and weekend programming lineup at the time.
20th TV sibling Fox, which had first dibs, bought the comedy on the spot with what is believed to be the biggest commitment for a comedy pitch at the network so far this season.
Zuker executive produces with Engelson via Underground, Farah via Farah Films, Kasdan, Mar and Gernon.
It should be noted that the comedy is fictional, the lead characters are not based on Markle or Engelson, who have no kids together, and she has had no involvement in the project.
Still, it is fair to say that the show was inspired by real-life events.
It is the untitled project’s premise that will get attention on both sides of the Atlantic: Divorce is hard. Sharing custody with the British Royal family when your wife marries a prince, in the unforgiving spotlight of London’s tabloid media, is next level.