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FL: So you're more than just an executive producer. It sounds like you're deeply involved in pretty much every part of the show. How does The Cleaner's story process work?

WB: It starts in a writers' room. I'm storytelling; the writers are writing the stories. I'm authenticating all the way through, and then we'll bring it out of the writers' room into concepts. And we'll go through it and see if the concept is our show. And we'll make adjustments as we need to there. And what we'll do is cast it, and I'll work with the actors and teach them. It's my pleasure to teach people to do drugs who don't do drugs. It's usually the opposite. That's kind of fun. So I work very closely with the actors and the directors. So process all the way from A to Z—I'm involved, and I'm happy to be.

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