ShowsRay Romano Cast in Netflix Comedy Series No Good Deed

Ray Romano Cast in Netflix Comedy Series No Good Deed

Ray Romano has landed a role in a Netflix show. The show, “No Good Deed,” had been left uncast until now.

Romano, known for his role in “Everybody Loves Raymond,” is joining a dark comedy. The show is the brainchild of Liz Feldman, the creator of “Dead to Me,” according to Variety.

The plot of the series revolves around three distinct families. They’re all vying for the same 1920s Spanish-style villa, hoping it will solve their problems. The sellers, however, have learned that dream homes can sometimes turn into nightmares.

Romano’s character is a contractor who’s flat broke. He’s desperate to pay off his debts and leave Los Angeles. Selling his Los Feliz home seems like the perfect solution, but his past mistakes won’t let him off the hook.

Romano’s past TV credits are impressive. They include “Men of a Certain Age,” “Parenthood,” “Made for Love,” and “Get Shorty.”

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MTV has renewed “Jersey Shore Family Vacation” for a seventh season. It’s set to premiere in 2024, according to Deadline.

Lamorne Morris (“Woke,” “New Girl”) and Iris Apatow (“Love,” “Knocked Up”) have joined Netflix’s “Unstable” for its second season. Morris will play the founder of a biotech company, while Apatow will portray an intern.

Prime Video has signed a multiyear agreement to distribute Premier Boxing Champions’ pay-per-view events in the U.S. The first one is expected in March 2024. Prime Video will also exclusively stream a PBC Championship Boxing series of events.

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AMC+ and Sundance Now have released a trailer for the seven-part drama “Sanctuary: A Witch’s Tale.” The first two episodes will premiere on Thursday, Jan. 4 on both platforms.

Netflix has released a trailer for the Michelle Yeoh-led family action drama “The Brothers Sun.” It will premiere on Thursday, Jan. 4.

Paramount+ has released a teaser trailer for “The Tiger’s Apprentice.” This original animated movie features the voices of Henry Golding, Brandon Soo Hoo, Lucy Liu, Sandra Oh, and Michelle Yeoh. It will debut on Friday, Feb. 2.

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