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Best friends in ‘This Close’ navigate L.A. life with an engaging rhythm all their own

"This Close," which premieres Wednesday over the premium streaming service Sundance Now, makes a little bit of history as the first television series created, written by and starring deaf artists. (Each one of those things may be historic on its own.) Not surprisingly, the show, from and featuring...
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