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NBC Pulls Plug on Brangelina Breakup Special — But Not for the Rumored Reason

“NBC’s in-house production company Peacock Productions has abruptly pulled the plug on a one-hour special on the breakup of Brangelina, Page Six has exclusively learned,” The New York Post’s Page Six reports. The report adds that the reason for the...
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