"Girlfriends" creator says goodbye..

published by Angella at 2/18/2008 04:44:00 PM


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Mara Brock Akil-Girlfriends creator-executive producer says her official goodbye to the popular sitcom :( In her statement released on Thursday Akil says:
"Although it's always difficult to say goodbye, I choose to focus my energy on the history that Girlfriends has made, the human stories that we told, the beautifully complex images that we projected and the blessings 172 episodes bestowed on us, both personally and professionally[SOURCE]
In the matter of this situation, you can view Chris Brown's video "Say goodbye" after the cut *TEARS*

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Anonymous said...

New shows and yes, even a new lawsuit come with the territory of launching a new network.

Author Staci Robinson is suing The CW, its owners and some producers for $40 million for allegedly stealing the concept of her unpublished novel to create the sitcom "The Game," according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The writer claims that in 2001, she had interviewed for a job as a writers assistant at Kelsey Grammer's Gramnet Prods. when she gave a manuscript of her novel to "Game" executive producer Mara Brock Akil. The suit, filed Sept. 14, alleges that the series copies her premise and the characters in the book.

She names the CW and its owners, CBS and Warner Bros., Akil and Gramnet as defendants.

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