TV Series Starring Matthew Perry
The Kennedys After Camelot

Based on J. Randy Taraborrelli's best seller, After Camelot: A Personal History of the Kennedy Family 1968 to the Present, "The Kennedys After Camelot" miniseries was written by Stephen Kronish. Keri Selig, owner and founder of Intuition Productions, who brought the project to Reelz two years ago, also serves as an executive producer.


The Odd Couple (2014)
CBS,

2015

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.1/5

The new take on two mismatched roommates - the messy Oscar Madison (Perry) and the neat freak Felix Ungar - will be co-written by Perry and comedy veteran Danny Jacobson.


Go On
NBC,

2012

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.2/5

From Friends writer/producer Scott Silveri, Go On centers on an irreverent yet charming sportcaster who tries to move on from a loss by finding solace in mandatory group therapy.


Mr. Sunshine
ABC,

2011

| Comedy, Family | ► Trailer
Rating: 2/5

Matthew Perry stars as Ben Donovan, the self-involved manager of a second-rate San Diego sports arena who begins to re-evaluate his life on his 40th birthday.


Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
NBC,

2006

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 2.8/5

Aaron Sorkin, the mastermind behind "West Wing" and "Sports Night" brings us this behind-the-scenes look at a fictional sketch-comedy TV show.


Friends
NBC,

1994

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.5/5

The lives, loves, and laughs of six young friends living in Manhattan.


Espy Awards

An ESPY Award (short for Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Award) is an accolade presented by the American cable television network ESPN to recognize individual and team athletic achievement and other sports-related performance during the calendar year preceding a given annual ceremony. The first ESPYs were awarded in 1993. Because of the ceremony's rescheduling prior to the 2002 iteration thereof, awards presented in 2002 were for achievement and performances during the seventeen-plus previous months. As the similarly styled Grammy (for music), Emmy (for television), Academy Award (for film), and Tony (for theatre), the ESPYs are hosted by a contemporary celebrity; the style, though, is more relaxed, light, and self-referential than that of many other awards shows, with comedic sketches usually included.