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New ‘Perfect Harmony’ TV show inspired by real Kentuckian

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While Conley Fork, Kentucky, isn’t a real place, the TV show “Perfect Harmony” does have some truth behind its rural Kentucky setting.

When writing and producing the comedy, Lexington native Lesley Wake Webster was inspired by her grandfather, who directed a choir in Wayne County near Lake Cumberland following the death of his wife. Her Bluegrass roots are apparent in clever nods to Kentucky basketball rivalries and the state’s love for bourbon on the show.

Wake Webster hopes to bust misconceptions about Kentucky life and instead celebrate the Commonwealth’s rich cultural history on “Perfect Harmony,” which airs Thursdays on NBC.

Rachel Nix

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