Netflix subscribers are about to see much more of Katherine Ryan. The comic and British actor write and play a part in "The Duchess," a new comedy series for the huge streaming of 3Arts and Clerkenwell Films, "The End of the F *** in World" producers.
The Canadian-Irish performer Ryan will also record a new stand-up comedy for Netflix, which will be shot in the USA. She is a familiar face to viewers at U.K. as a regular host and participant on a number of comedy panel shows. She has been special on Netflix and will also star in her next 10-part panel "The Fix" panel with host Jimmy Carr.
"The Duchess" sees that she is moving to a series for the stream. Netflix said she will play "a tough single mom disruptive" whose daughter, Olive, is his greatest girlfriend and argues to have a second kid with her greatest enemy, Olive's father.
The half hour show will run for six parts. Ryan will be producing an active "The Duchess" alongside Dave Becky and Josh Lieberman for 3Arts, and Murray Ferguson, Petra Fried, and Ed Macdonald for Clerkenwell Films with the support of the BBC Studios.
The specialty of Ryan's stand-up comedy will follow its "Glitter Room" successful tour. I was filmed December 11 at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles. Irwin Entertainment and 3Arts are on production duty.