House of the Dragon
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The Last of Us
The Umbrella Academy
The Handmaid's Tale
Rick and Morty
Star Trek: Discovery
The Good Doctor
The Wheel of Time
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
Only Murders in the Building
Superman & Lois
American Horror Story
The Morning Show
The White Lotus
Born: 19 Aug, 1969
Died: 28 Oct, 2023
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)
The Odd Couple is a hilarious TV series about two roommates with opposite personalities. Oscar Madison is messy while Felix Ungar is a neat freak.
Co-written by Matthew Perry and Danny Jacobson, this show is a new take on the classic story. It's a must-watch for anyone who loves comedy and great characters.
A witty sportscaster joins a mandatory group therapy to move on from a loss in this charming comedy series from Friends writer/producer Scott Silveri.
Go On follows a hilarious journey of self-discovery, friendship, and healing as the protagonist navigates through the quirky group therapy sessions.
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
Aaron Sorkin's latest creation is a fictional sketch-comedy TV show. Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip provides a behind-the-scenes look at the show's production.
Sorkin, known for his work on The West Wing and Sports Night, takes viewers on a journey through the ups and downs of creating a successful television program.
Six young friends navigate love and life in Manhattan, sharing laughs and creating unforgettable memories along the way.
The popular sitcom follows the ups and downs of Joey, Ross, Chandler, Monica, Rachel, and Phoebe as they tackle everything from relationships to careers.
The ESPY Awards are presented by ESPN to recognize athletic achievement in the previous year. First awarded in 1993, the 2002 ceremony recognized performances from the previous seventeen months.
The ESPYs are hosted by a celebrity and feature comedic sketches. The style is more relaxed and self-referential than other awards shows, similar to the Grammys, Emmys, Academy Awards, and Tonys.