Ugly Betty (2006–2010)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance

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Smart but wholesome Betty embraces her unique appearance and independent attitude in the cutthroat world of New York fashion.

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  • Sarah Jones in Ugly Betty (2006)
  • Michael Urie at an event for Ugly Betty (2006)
  • Becki Newton and Michael Urie at an event for Ugly Betty (2006)
  • America Ferrera in Ugly Betty (2006)
  • America Ferrera at an event for Ugly Betty (2006)
  • Vanessa Williams in Ugly Betty (2006)

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Silvio Horta, Fernando Gaitán

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1 October 2006 | McGuffen
Y'all are too harsh - it's sexy, witty and only a little bit manipulative
Okay, yes, the theme is kinda like Bridget Jones's Diary. I got that from the title and ads. I'm sure you did too, so don't go wailing that you're SO disappointed, or that it's a ripoff. Does having one plot point in common (overweight girl) make a show a ripoff? A majority of Americans are now overweight. Is breaking the taboo against depicting someone overweight so out of the ordinary that it's derivative? But I digress...

Salma Hayek is behind this, and she clearly wants us to like this Latina girl and the show. So I'm sure she'll hire dialog coaches for those who have poorly feigned foreign accents. But other things that would otherwise have taken me out of the pilot didn't happen. Surely you thought they were going to do something trite and cliché with her idea, didn't you? But they didn't. People behaved like real people. What a concept.

The menace and intrigue they allude to in the future is kinda one dimensional, but I'm going to give this show a chance.

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