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Daria spin-off: Tracee Ellis Ross announced as star of new show Jodie

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News video: Tracee Ellis Ross To Star in ‘Daria’ Spinoff

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Broadcasting Cable reports MTV is creating a spinoff of late ‘90s animated series 'Daria.' Tracee Ellis Ross will voice Jodie, the main character, and she will executive produce the show, which is called 'Jodie.' 'Daria' ran from 1997 to 2002, and was a spinoff of 'Beavis and Butthead'. In the new...

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