NBC sweet on 'Gilmore' girl

Adalian, Josef
September 2007
Daily Variety;9/18/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 55, p1
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The article reports that actress Lauren Graham has been signed by National Broadcasting Co. Inc. (NBC) to star in a television series. According to Graham, she signed the deal with the network because of the plans of NBC's chief Ben Silverman. According to the contract, John Carrabino, manager of NBC, will be the producer of any series developed for Graham.


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