She was "in" or "on"?
She was (in, on) the drama 'Title of the drama'.
She was (in, on) the show 'Title of the show'.
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Just to show how malleable and complicated English can be:
If you are an actor in something, it's in:
to be on tv or the radio just means that a person has been recorded in that medium.
It depends. One is normally "in" a standalone or live show like a play or movie, but "on" a recurring recorded show like on TV.
Hugh Jackman played the lead in The Music Man.
Carrie Fisher was in Star Wars.
Patrick Dempsey is an actor on Grey's Anatomy.
One would not typically say someone acted "on" a play or movie, although saying someone was "in" a TV show is also reasonably idiomatic.