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'Bionic Woman' Remake Reflects Cultural Shifts

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'Bionic Woman' Remake Reflects Cultural Shifts

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'Bionic Woman' Remake Reflects Cultural Shifts

'Bionic Woman' Remake Reflects Cultural Shifts

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This fall, one of the promising new TV shows is a remake of The Bionic Woman. When the original aired in the 1970s, it was watched in light of the changing cultural attitudes toward women at the time. The developer of the new series says the role of women in society has changed — and so has the message of The Bionic Woman.

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