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Barbara Samuels is a Canadian television writer and producer. She was a staff writer for the "MuppeTelevision" portions of The Jim Henson Hour.

Samuels went on to write multiple episodes of the Canadian news station drama E.N.G., the unsold pilot Dark Eyes (1995), and an episode of the short-lived Mary Tyler Moore sitcom New York News (1995). With writing partner Wayne Grigsby, Samuels created the series North of 60 (1992-1996) and then moved to a second series, Black Harbour (1996-1999).

Later, Samuel wrote the TV movie Chasing Freedom (2004, with Layla Alizada) and the two-part Australian co-production Answering Fire (2006, with Ron White).

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