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Noo Zeeb Send a noteboard - 28/06/2013 10:08:58 AM

View original postI thought you meant the executive producer, but I wanted to make sure. "Showrunner" must be some Brit term that I'd never heard before. No one uses it in the States.

Not a Brit term. It's from the States.

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