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New Details on Charlie's Angels

Entertainment Weekly has learned that the ladies making up Charlie's Angels in the potential new series from ABC and executive producers Al Gough and Miles Millar are no longer graduates from the police academy, but, instead, are actually criminals.
Offers EW, "In the pilot, Charlie brings them together and offers an opportunity to redeem themselves — by working for him, of course.... Though the recent feature films were light-hearted (and, like the new series, executive produced by Drew Barrymore), sources say the new show will be a 'fairly serious, non-campy' take on the concept. But ABC’s Angels will match the original series in at least a couple key respects… Angels will consist of self-contained episodes — a new adventure each week, rather than having a serialized storyline... Also, Charlie will remain a voice in a box — no video at least, when talking to the Angels – and the story will explain why, in the age of iChat and Skype, he’s still using such low-tech communication. (81-year-old Hart to Hart star Robert Wagner is near a deal to play Charlie.)"

The pilot starts shooting in March.
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