Meg DeLoatch is an award-winning Hollywood veteran who has written and produced a variety of hit shows during her career. Most recently, she created and executive produced the Netflix comedy “Family Reunion,” for which she has received two NAACP Image Awards and a 2020 Writers Guild nomination. To authentically voice the series’ multi-generational family, DeLoatch assembled one of the first all-black writers’ rooms.
DeLoatch’s credits range from family-friendly fare like “Fuller House,” “Raven’s Home” and “Austin & Ally,” to adult comedies “Born Again Virgin,” “Brothers” and “Bette,” on the Network. In addition, she created and executive produced the series “Eve,” starring Grammy-winning artist Eve, as well as wrote and executive produced the comedy “Here We Go Again,” starring LeToya Luckett and Wendy Raquel Robinson. Refusing to be boxed into just the comedic arena, DeLoatch also wrote for the hit drama “Single Ladies” and is completing a middle-grade fantasy novel about a boy who fights demons.
A native of Maryland, DeLoatch combined her interests in theater, literature and visual media to earn an interdisciplinary degree in writing for communication from American University. After moving to California, she participated in the Warner Bros. Program and Bill Cosby’s Guy Hanks Screenwriting Program at the University of Southern California. DeLoatch is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @MegDeLoatch.