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State of Georgia 

TV-14 | | Comedy | TV Series (2011)
Georgia Chamberlain is a confident aspiring actress with a larger-than-life personality who moves to the city from the South in order to make it on Broadway. Along with her quirky best ... See full summary »
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Georgia Chamberlain is a confident aspiring actress with a larger-than-life personality who moves to the city from the South in order to make it on Broadway. Along with her quirky best friend and science-geek Jo, she'll pursue her acting dreams as she tackles part-time jobs and countless auditions with often hilarious results. Written by iTunes

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She'll put New York in a Georgia state of mind.

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29 June 2011 (USA)  »

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After losing a bunch of weight at one point in her career, Raven-Symoné revealed producers had her wear a fat suit for the show because at that time she wasn't the size they wanted her to be. See more »

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Sad to hear show is canceled
8 November 2011 | by See all my reviews

My family absolutely loves this show. We never saw it on ABC family, but caught the entire 12 episodes on Netflix. We love to see Raven Symone playing in a role as an adult. Majandra Delfino plays a fantastic nerd with a sense of humor. Loretta Devine is just as quick witted as ever. We really love her promiscuous character. Her performance as the smart allelic rich aunt, is hilarious. We even love her political comments pertaining to history and current events. Actually we like all the characters in the show. The innuendo is clever and hilarious at times. We were hoping it was continued. We would have definitely made it a habit to watch it in real time. Wish there were some way to make the network reconsider, or convince another network to pick up the show.


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