The still-untitled project comes from Michael Patrick King who wrote and directed both “Sex and the City” films after he exec-produced the HBO series.
A spokesman for Universal Studios said that the comedy will,
“revolve around a television home-shopping channel, and the lives of two women in their struggle to overcome the complexity that involves marketing, marriage, and the media.”
Sounds confusing, but there’s enough star power to convince us to give it a shot. After all, both Sandra Bullock and Meryl Streep have won Oscars, and Oprah was nominated for her role in 1985’s “The Color Purple.”