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Based on Sarai Walker's best-selling novel of the same name, "Dietland" offers a darkly comedic look at the war of the sexes. The series explores a multitude of issues women face today -- including patriarchy, misogyny, rape culture and unrealistic beauty standards -- by following Plum Kettle's journey to self-awakening. A ghostwriter for the editor of one of New York's hottest fashion magazines, Plum has waged a lifelong battle with her image. Fed up, she turns to weight-loss surgery but ends up in the middle of two rival feminist factions -- one that may be responsible for the attacks on male harassers, and the other that preaches female empowerment. As she straddles the two groups, Plum must decide what part she plays in a wildly complicated, changing world.

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Plum delves deeper into the fractured, perilous world of Jennifer; her new mission is threatened by a sudden change of circumstance.
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Plum receives a cryptic message from an old friend, propelling her to find answers behind enemy lines.
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Riding high on her brush with fame, Plum's life has a new purpose; a date with an unlikely man threatens to topple it all.
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In the wake of her life-altering revelation, Plum struggles to discover her true voice; a new attack threatens to unravel Jennifer's movement.
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Beaten up and distraught, Plum seeks refuge in Calliope House, fighting to come to terms with who she really is.
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In the final stage of The New Baptist Plan, Plum experiences the harsh reality of dating; Jennifer shocks with an unexpected target.
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Plum participates in the next step of The New Baptist Plan, doing whatever it takes to become truly beautiful; Jennifer's terrorism goes global.
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Plum goes through withdrawal as she works on her new writing assignment; Jennifer rampages, leaving the country a fearful, bloody mess.
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Plum plans for weight-loss surgery; an encounter with a mystery woman sends her down a risky path; as the country learns more about Jennifer and its motives, Plum visits a radical feminist organization where she's made an offer she can't refuse.
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Plum plans for weight loss surgery; an encounter with a mystery woman sends Plum down a risky path; harassers turn up dead.
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A Talked About Scene from Episode 107 of Dietland Season 1. AMC Original. HD Version
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A Talked About Scene from Episode 101 of Dietland Season 1. AMC Original. HD Version
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A talked-about scene from episode 107 of "Dietland" Season 1.
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Inside episode 107 with the cast and crew of "Dietland" Season 1.
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A talked-about scene from episode 109 of "Dietland" Season 1.
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AMC Premiere Exclusive. Watch the opening minutes of the next Dietland episode before anyone else. AMC Original. HD Version
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AMC Premiere Exclusive. Actress Joy Nash, actress Julianna Margulies and Executive Producer Marti Noxon reflect on what it was like to work on a female-dominant set. AMC Original. HD Version
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Inside episode 109 with the cast and crew of "Dietland" Season 1.
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A Talked About Scene from Episode 109 of Dietland Season 1. AMC Original. HD Version
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Actress Joy Nash, actress Julianna Margulies and executive producer Marti Noxon discuss wardrobe in the show and how it relates to the characters.
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The cast and creators discuss what it was like adapting the book for television and how they brought Plum Kettle's world to life on screen. AMC Original. HD Version

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