We may be seeing Duchess Meghan on TV again soon – find out why!

By Meaghan Wray

The Duchess of Sussex’s silver screen days may not be over just yet! While some fans were disappointed by Meghan’s departure from Suits, they may get a chance to see her on the small screen once more. It seems as though the pilot for a risqué TV show, originally set to star Meghan and New Girl’s Max Greenfield, just got the green light.

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While appearing on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Monday (March 25), funnyman Max opened up about the show getting its time to shine. “I’m not [in touch with Meghan] for no other reason than we shot a pilot that I guess they’re putting on somewhere... I don’t know what it was,” Max joked. “It was called The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down. It was a pilot for Comedy Central. Adam Pally was in it... And I got some sort of email recently saying ‘This person has bought it and they’re putting it out.’ And I was like, ‘great! Good for you.’”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Paul Sapiano show is “a tongue-in-cheek look at twenty-something singles clubbing and partying in Los Angeles.” Back in February, the publication reported it was picked up by Artist Rights Distribution for North America. But as of right now, no air date is known.

“Meghan and I didn’t really connect after that, or during that... You know, had I known, I maybe would’ve played my cards a little differently,” Max said, alluding to James’s lucky invitation to Prince Harry and Meghan’s royal wedding. “I mean, you went to the wedding, correct? Yeah, I didn’t.”

In the meantime, royal watchers will be able to feast their eyes on a brand new Lifetime film – the sequel to Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance. Set to air on May 27 on Lifetime Canada, Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal will star Tiffany Marie Smith and Charlie Field as the duchess and duke respectively, and will cover everything from their royal wedding to Kate and Meghan’s blossoming relationship as sisters-in-law.

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