Julianna Margulies (Kitty Montgomery) in a scene from "Dietland."
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One of the plot lines of AMC's dark comedy features a mysterious group of vigilante women who murder sexual predators and drop their bodies from rooftops and freeway overpasses.Show creator Marti Noxon said the 10-episode first season was still being shot when sexual misconduct allegations against high-profile men began making headlines.Her team rewrote parts of the show to reflect the rising fury."Dietland" is an often surreal stew that feels ripped from the headlines, with elements of rom-com, quirky animated interludes, takedowns of the beauty fetish, absurd exaggerations and deep humanity for its lead character, a lonely writer named Plum Kettle. Played with soulful pathos by Joy Nash, Kettle is a 135-kilogram woman.
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