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Ally McBeal The hit Fox Television series Ally McBeal premiered in September of 1997 Ally McBeal was called a modern version of the 1970s television heroine Mary Tyler Moore Speace 57 Until 1997 the Mary Tyler Moore show was the only show that had focused on the single woman Mary Tyler Moore was the consummate single woman of the 1970s with the perfect life Viewers never saw her contemplating whom she would marry when she would have kids or if the bags under her eyes were noticeable Those issues were not discussed openly in the 70s However by the 1990s it had become more common for women to marry later in life single women were becoming more of a majority than a minority In addition the divorce rate had more than doubled adding to the population of single women The premier of Ally McBeal had single and re-single women across the nation tuning into Fox weekly The show featuring the title character Ally McBeal revolves around the trials and tribulations of a female lawyer working at a Boston law firm Cage Fish The show explores the strengths and vulnerabilities of women especially single women facing problems with relationships and the workplace says Dyan Cannon who plays a judge on McBeal Colista sic Flockhart par 3 Ally McBeal is the creation of David E Kelley who also produces Picket Fences and The Practice and used to produce Chicago Hope Kelley used to be a lawyer but decided to turn to TV and after some successful productions Fox gave him the chance to produce Ally McBeal Introduction to Allypar 1 The show also gained notice for its frequent use of computer-enhanced effects such as exaggerated facial expressions and the well known dancing baby that haunted Ally as a symbol of her desire for motherhood Speace 57 Ally attended law school at Harvard where she was deeply in love with a man named
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