Tales of the City
How Many Seasons Of Tales of the City Are Out: 1 (10 episodes)
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Season premieres on June 7, 2019
Netflix, 10 episodes
Tales of the City is on Netflix () Fridays at 6 pm
S1E9 () - Air Date: Jun 07, 2019 (3 months ago)
'Tales of the City' Trailer: Laura Linney Reunites With the Family She Left Behind - /FILM - according to Slashfilm
Inspired by the books of Armistead Maupin, the new Netflix Limited Series Tales of the City begins a new chapter in the beloved story. Mary Ann (Laura Linney) returns to present-day San Francisco and is reunited with her adopted daughter Shawna (Ellen Page) and ex-husband Brian (Paul Gross), twenty years after leaving them behind to pursue her career. Fleeing the midlife crisis that her picture-perfect Connecticut life created, Mary Ann is quickly drawn back into the orbit of Anna Madrigal (Olympia Dukakis), her chosen family and a new generation of queer young residents living at 28 Barbary Lane.
Exclusive: Armistead Maupin Says SF's New Culture Is 'A Bit Dull' At 'Tales of the City' Premiere - by Sfist
“The culture that’s come into our midst... it’s not evil. But sometimes it’s really dull,” Maupin said. “Conversations in cafes are not fun to eavesdrop on now." This drew some major laughs from the assembled crowd at the Castro.
Ellen Page Talks Queering 'Casablanca,' Starring in 'Tales of the City' & Why She Wants a 'Whip It' Sequel - pride source.com - per Pridesource
If Alexander Weyer had to put a postmark on when he decided to build a tiny home, he’d guess it started about three years ago just as most of his thoughts begin: under the stars. Weyer, an openly gay practicing astrologer and herbalist, was visiting a friend one night in Detroit, thinking about life’s grand design and how freeing it would be to downsize.
'Tales of the City' 's Armistead Maupin narrates his San Francisco roots in 'Logical Family' - Philly.com - via Philly
The city on the bay, with its mix of old guard and new arrivals, also provided prototypes for Mary Ann Singleton, Michael Tolliver, Anna Madrigal, and other characters introduced in 1976 at the rate of 800 words a day in the San Francisco Chronicle.