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From “Who shot J.R.?” to keeping those singers masked: the untold stories behind some of TV’s biggest shockers—and how they were kept secret (or not)

Fake scenes. Alternate endings. Drone killers. The lengths television creators must go to keep a secret are nothing short of extreme. “It’s very hard to protect them,” Grey’s Anatomy executive producer Krista Vernoff says. “There are so many people who can take a picture on a set.” It’s

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