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Former Seeso Head Produces New Web Series With Guest Star Lin-Manuel Miranda

The former head of the defunct NBCUniversal subscription video platform Seeso is looking to make a splash with a new production company, and this time, he's not throwing away his shot. Evan Shapiro's EshapTV is behind Bartlett, a six-episode comedy series that features Hamilton virtuoso Lin-Manuel Miranda as one of its guest stars. Bartlett stars Anthony Veneziale as an ad man who is looking to make a better life for himself.
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