Todd A. Kessler

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Writer, producer and co-creator, along with his brother Glenn and Daniel Zelman of the television dramas Damages and Bloodline

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The newest original series to hit Netflix is  Bloodline , a dramatic thriller that follows the Rayburn family, pillars of their community in the North Florida Keys.

'Bloodline'

The newest original series to hit Netflix is Bloodline , a dramatic thriller that follows the Rayburn family, pillars of their community in the North Florida Keys.

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