- (Reuters/Mark Blinch)
Married stars Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green will appear on TBS' "Wedding Band" together on this week's episode.
The proud new parents of Noah Shannon will appear on the television series as Tommy (Green) and Alexa (Fox).
In the episode, Tommy and his band land a Comic-Con wedding gig where he meets a new love interest, Alexa, reported TV Guide.
"Wedding Band" airs on TBS on Saturdays at 10 p.m. EST.
Television was responsible for bringing the actors together in the first place- Green and Fox met on the set of "Hope & Faith" in 2004. They became engaged in 2006, and after an on-and-off again relationship, married in 2010 at a ceremony in Hawaii.
On Sept. 27, Fox and Green welcomed their first child together, Noah Shannon Green. The child is the second for Green, who has a son Kassius from a previous relationship.
At the time of Fox's delivery, Green expressed gratitude for another Hollywood mother- Reese Witherspoon.
"We got really lucky, and I've been wanting to send Reese Witherspoon flowers for, like a month and a half," said the 39-year-old actor while speaking to Ryan Seacrest.
While he and Fox welcomed their bundle of joy, Witherspoon also welcomed her son Tennessee James with husband Jim Toth. Fox and Green were able to keep their birth of their son a secret due to the media's focus on Witherspoon.
"She actually gave birth, I think the day before us in Santa Monica," continued Green. "We were lucky enough to get in at 2:30 in the morning to the hospital and nobody knew."
The arrival of the couple's child came as no surprise. Fox had stated that she wanted children in a past interview while promoting the movie "Friends With Kids."
"I'd love to have kids," said the "Transformers" star. "I mean, it's going to happen when it's going to happen, but it's not something that I've planned against or for."
The 26-year-old actress added, "I'm just leaving it out there for the universe."
Moreover, other siblings will likely join baby Noah Shannon in the future. Fox told Cosmopolitan magazine that she wanted "at least two, probably three kids" during a past interview.