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As the World Turns Spokesperson Responds to Nuke Concerns

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Give Jeannie Tharrington credit for honesty at least.

Aspokesperson for the As the World Turns' producing company Proctor & Gamble Productions Inc., Tharrington admits that the 52-year-old series has a diverse fan base, some of whom might be called “conservative.”

Hence, the hesitation to advance the story line between Luke and Noah too quickly.

“We are intentionally doing this slowly,” says Tharrington. “We’re trying to respect all viewers. We want to present what’s best creatively and what’s best for our diverse audience.”

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