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TV Drama Stirs Mixed Emotions in New Orleans

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TV Drama Stirs Mixed Emotions in New Orleans

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TV Drama Stirs Mixed Emotions in New Orleans

TV Drama Stirs Mixed Emotions in New Orleans

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Fox debuts a new television series Monday night called K-Ville, a police drama that explores post-Katrina life in New Orleans. Locals have some concerns about how their city is shown, but they're also seeing benefits. Show creator Jonathan Lisco discusses K-Ville and what it is like filming a television show in post-Katrina New Orleans.

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