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Goldie Hawn to star in HBO’s Viagra Diaries

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After almost a decade of absence from both the big and small screens, Academy Award winner Goldie Hawn is back in our lives with a new HBO comedy. Deadline reveals that HBO is finalizing a deal for a pilot production of “The Viagra Diaries,” a comedy created by “Sex and the City” creator/executive producer Darren Star, and is based on a book with the same title, written by Barbara Rose Brooker.

The show features 65-year-old Hawn, who “after her husband has a ‘mid-life crisis’ at 65 and leaves her, struggles with being single for the first time in 35 years.” The last time Hawn, who is Kate Hudson’s mother, was a part of a major production, was the 2002 movie “The Banger Sisters.”

Production is set to start next year in New York.

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