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      Meghan Markle Once Filmed a Pilot for a Show About Partying in L.A.—and It Was Just Picked Up

      Could she be returning to TV?

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      • A pilot for a comedy called The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down—which stars Meghan Markle and Max Greenfield (AKA Schmidt on New Girl)—was recently picked up by a distribution company, but its destination is unknown.
      • The project is described as a "tongue-in-cheek look at twenty-something singles clubbing and partying in Los Angeles," per The Hollywood Reporter.
      • Meghan, who spent seven seasons starring in Suits, left the hit legal drama last year. Her final episode aired in April 2018.

        Although Meghan Markle put her acting days behind her before she joined the royal family last year, there's a chance we could see her on our screens again. Apparently, a pilot for a raunchy comedy show starring the Duchess of Sussex and New Girl's Max Greenfield, which was filmed years ago, was picked up for distribution.

        The project is called The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down and directed by Paul Sapiano (Hollywood Sex Wars, Driving While Black). By the title alone, we can tell the show isn't exactly G-rated. There are minimal details on the series, but The Hollywood Reporter describes it as a "tongue-in-cheek look at twenty-something singles clubbing and partying in Los Angeles." In February, the outlet said the project was picked up by Artist Rights Distribution for North America, but further info on when or where it'll air remains unknown.



        In a recent interview with James Corden, Greenfield revealed that Adam Pally (Happy Endings, The Mindy Project) also co-starred in the pilot, which was originally intended for Comedy Central. Apparently, it was shot about a decade ago or "maybe even more," the actor said.

        "I got some sort of email recently saying this person has bought it and they are putting it out," Greenfield explained. "I was like, 'Great. Good for you.' I would assume they would have their reasons as to why they're putting it out." He added that he doesn't know where the project will end up.

        Unfortunately, Greenfield hasn't remained close with Meghan since filming the pilot. "Meghan and I, we didn't connect after that or during that," he said. "Look, had I known, I maybe would've played my cards a little differently."

        Aside from her yet-unseen role in The Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down, Meghan was best known for playing Rachel Zane on USA's Suits for seven seasons. Her last episode aired last April, about a month before her royal wedding to Prince Harry. There have been rumors that she'll return for a brief cameo, but showrunners have unfortunately shut that possibility down.

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