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Amazon Spent $80M To Get Woody Allen To Make Failed Show
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13 Sep 2017 10:23 PM EST

Amazon spent a lot of money to get filmmaker Woody Allen to create his first TV series for their studio. Sources told The Hollywood Reporter that Amazon Studios head Roy Price paid Allen $80 million to convince him to create what resulted in a six-part show in 2016 called "Crisis in Six Scenes." Set in 1960s suburbia, the comedy series starred Miley Cyrus and Allen, and was critically panned, scoring an 18% "Rotten" rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Allen called the series "a catastrophic mistake."

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