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‘Terminales’ wraps

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Aisha Dee, one of the actresses in the Boston-based ABC Family pilot “Terminales,” sent a thank-you note to Boston via Twitter after wrapping production this week. “To the city of Boston, thank you for your perfect scenery, pasta, weather & people. Fingers crossed we’ll be back again next year! #terminales.” she wrote. “Terminales,” the story of a young reporter who discovers she has a terminal illness, filmed scenes at the Public Garden, Fenway Park, on Beacon Hill, and here at the Globe. Dee, an Australian actress, has had roles in “Terra Nova” and “I Hate My Teenage Daughter.” We’ll hear whether “Terminales” gets picked up next year.

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