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‘Younger’: Darren Star on Ageism and Liza’s ‘Mid-Love Crisis’ in Season 3

‘Younger’: Darren Star on Ageism and Liza’s ‘Mid-Love Crisis’ in Season 3

In its third season, TV Land’s “Younger” is much like its leading lady and proving to be more relevant than ever.

On the rom-com series, 40-something Liza Miller (Sutton Foster) goes to extreme measures — masquerading as a millennial in order to land an assistant’s position at a prestigious publishing firm after her divorce — to bypass the rampant ageism she finds in the job market.

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Recently, California passed an anti-ageism law that requires Hollywood industry sites like IMDb.com to remove an actor’s age upon request. In an interview with IndieWire, executive producer Darren Star (“Sex and the City,” “Melrose Place”) weighed in on the new law, which would’ve been helpful to someone looking for a second chance like Liza.

“When I see actors you don’t ask them about their age, you’re looking at them for a character,

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