The BBC officially announced today that Nat is starring alongside Sarah Alexander, Neil Morrissey and Robert Sheehan in the brand new TV sitcom "Me & Mrs Jones". BBC One Controller Danny Cohen and Cheryl Taylor Controller for Comedy Commissioning released a press bulletin today announcing a new six-part series (each episode is 30 minutes long) which is being developed by Hartswood Films in association with Serena Cullen Productions. The series is written and created by long-term collaborators Orianne Messina and Fay Rusling and directed by Nick Hurran. Principal filming of the series will start on May 21, 2012 on various locations and Teddington Studios. A pilot episode was filmed at Teddington Studios and on location in Teddington in November 2011.

The new series follows the increasingly complex life of Mrs Jones (Alexander) as she balances love, affection, sex and motherhood between an ex-husband, one grown-up son, two young daughters and male admirers with a 20-year age gap.

Cheryl Taylor said: "If there has been any anxiety recently about the number of funny women working in comedy here we have the perfect antidote with the wonderful Sarah Alexander starring in a highly entertaining series written by Fay and Oriane and produced by Beryl and Serena. Perfick."

Executive producer Beryl Vertue said: "Producing comedy for the BBC is something we have done with great pride for many years and I am delighted we are back on BBC One with a new series. Hartswood Films has long been a creative hub for comedy, and it is a genuine pleasure to be working with the talented team behind Me & Mrs. Jones."

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