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Celebrity hoaxes: It's just not true

By Lisa Respers France, CNN
updated 1:42 PM EDT, Wed August 21, 2013
No need to start mourning. A recent report that "Orange is the New Black" has been canceled is not true, <a href='http://www.eonline.com/news/559279/orange-is-the-new-black-canceled' target='_blank'>E! assures the world.</a> The buzz apparently started after a humor site posted that Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said "A woman's place is in the home, in the kitchen, taking care of children. A woman in jail? How does anyone watch this show in the first place?" It's far from the first celeb untruth; some have even been perpetuated by the stars themselves. No need to start mourning. A recent report that "Orange is the New Black" has been canceled is not true, E! assures the world. The buzz apparently started after a humor site posted that Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said "A woman's place is in the home, in the kitchen, taking care of children. A woman in jail? How does anyone watch this show in the first place?" It's far from the first celeb untruth; some have even been perpetuated by the stars themselves.
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