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I suspect that you're right about artists and writers not being represented
on tv. (Tv shows seem to be populated by a lot of people who work on tv). But
I'd suggest the very strange and short-lived "Elvis" series from about 10 years
ago. It was about Elvis Presley in his youth -a year or so before he made it
big. In most episodes, he would have some strange premonition of his later
fame..
There was also "My World and Welcome To It", but that was definitely not
romantic. The hero was a Thurber-like cartoonist who turned the events of his home
life into cartoons... (In fact, there seem to have been more sitcoms about
cartoonists than writers....)

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 Do I dare to eat a peach? Do I dare to lift the lid of the Pandora's Box
that is the  Seven Deadly Arts ?  It's all part of life's rich pageant...

...Every time you visit  the Doctor's Dream Theatre  an angel gets his wings.

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