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The Peacock Series ‘We are Lady Parts’ Seriously Rocks

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The other day I sat down to do some important work, i.e. find a new series to watch. I decided to see what Rotten Tomatoes recommended and got a nice surprise.

The site’s top-rated show from streaming service Peacock was We are Lady Parts, a comedy about a group of Muslim women living in London and playing…

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