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These TV stars were replaced in the middle of their shows by other actors - Page 6 of 22 - Kiwi Report

These TV stars were replaced in the middle of their shows by other actors


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[post_page_title]Batman – Catwoman[/post_page_title]
Over the years, the character and storyline of Batman has been changed and adapted into many forms. There have been movies, there have been comics, and there have been numerous television shows.

One of the first shows to grace our screen was in the 1960s when Julie Newmar took on the role of Catwoman. As the show began to change and progress, the producers decided to switch things up a bit and change the actress. So, fans had to say goodbye to Julie and say hello to Eartha Kitt.
[post_page_title]‘Til Death – Allison[/post_page_title]
Fans don’t often get angry about actor replacements in TV shows, but it is often upsetting when they don’t even acknowledge the change. Thankfully, the creators of ‘Til Death decided to use their character changes to their advantage.

After worming their way through four different actresses during this series, they decide to make a joke about it in their script. After all, nobody could deny the fact that Krysten Ritter, Laura Clery, Lindsey Broad and Kate Micucci all looked completely different. At least they found the humor in it!

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