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Halle Berry attached to possible cable TV series
Is Halle Berry the latest movie star looking at moving to the small screen on a regular basis?
According to Deadline.com, DreamWorks TV has been shopping the spec drama "Higher Learning," from writer Lee Rose, as a series project with Berry attached as star.
The script was reportedly being taken to premium cable networks -- HBO and Showtime, presumably -- first. The website speculated that a deal could be completed within 24 hours, but no such deal was ever announced. So stay tuned.
Although she has an Oscar for "Monster's Ball" and a slew of blockbuster credits including the first three "X-Men" films, Berry hasn't necessarily been afraid of going to television. In 2005 she picked up a pair of Emmy nominations for acting in "Their Eyes Were Watching God" and producing "Lackawanna Blues." Before her movie status ascended, Berry won an Emmy for starring in "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge."
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