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Casting a first season is always hard because no one knows what the show is. I think Logo had a lot to live up to with this first season, and they didn’t want to exclude anyone.

Very few romance movies this summer have presented the possibility of interracial love interests.

In “The Hundred Foot Journey,” a budding romance develops between the Indian foreigner and the French chef, but unfortunately it is the Indian man who seeks the affection from the white female.

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