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Once upon a time, in the the late ’90s—an era marked by cheap-yet-convincing computer effects, an excellent economy, and the blissful innocence of a pre-9/11 America—many TV networks churned out several fantasy miniseries, the most memorable of which was The 10th Kingdom. Budgeted at $44 million, The 10th Kingdom was a completely original story about a father and daughter from New York who were transported into a fairytale world through a magic mirror. There, they discovered that the stories they considered to be “fairytales” were actually the historical accounts of…  More >>

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