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They're making a case for 'Damages'

The creators of FX's critical hit seek a wider audience with plot twists and a new costar

From left: ''Damages'' co-creators/writers/executive producers Glenn Kessler, Daniel Zelman, and Todd A. Kessler at Steiner Studios in Brooklyn last May. From left: ''Damages'' co-creators/writers/executive producers Glenn Kessler, Daniel Zelman, and Todd A. Kessler at Steiner Studios in Brooklyn last May. (Michael Nagle for the New York Times/file)
By Joel Brown
Globe Correspondent / January 4, 2009

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They won, but nobody's going to Disney World. In season one of FX's "Damages," ruthless litigator Patty Hewes collected billions for employees of business magnate Arthur Frobisher. She also tried and failed to have her protegee, Ellen Parsons, killed, fearing her betrayal. Now Ellen will seek revenge by wearing a wire for the FBI, even as their law firm takes ... (Full article: 1034 words)

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