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‘Moonlight’: Cult-Hit Vampire Drama Series Lands At CW Seed

For those who have been lamenting the end of vampire drama series Moonlight, the cult hit has found a new home at CW Seed. All 16 episodes of the series, which aired on CBS in 2007-08, are available now on the streaming service. Moonlight stars Hawaii Five-O‘s Alex O’Loughin as a Los Angeles private eye who was turned into a vampire 50 years earlier. To maneuver through the modern worl
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