Tales of the City - Season 1
It is a series of comedic events by a group of people living in San Francisco in the 1970s and 1980s. These daily events are based on the novels that embody Ormestad Maupin lives of these people and the details of their journals in this vast city. Mary Ann Singleton decided to stay down in San Francisco through a brief stay with her friend Connie, where she seemed to have been welcomed by her new 'family' at 28 Barberi Lane.
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Actors Of "Tales of the City - Season 1"
Critics Of "Tales of the City - Season 1"
New York Times
June 05, 2019 The real nostalgia that this slack, earnest, self-help tract of a show evokes is for a time when a TV drama's main job was to tell a story.Read in Source
June 07, 2019 Curling up with "Tales of the City" feels like stepping into your neighborhood gay bar, where everybody knows your name - and your pronouns.Read in Source
June 10, 2019 In these intolerant times, it's a welcome championing of value-battles long thought (wrongly thought, it turns out) won.Read in Source
June 10, 2019 For fans of Maupin's novels this will be an intriguing continuation of a world they love so deeply, but on its own "Tales of the City" has a lot of heart, and is meant to be enjoyed for its sense of life even when it deals with its more painful avenues.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
June 05, 2019 What gives it importance, even in its silliest sequences, is that it was once a landmark series, emphatically controversial and the subject of a culture-war skirmish.Read in Source
Daily Telegraph (UK)
June 07, 2019 Laura Linney perfectly reprises her role of Mary Ann, once our straitlaced guide into this hedonistic world as the wide-eyed new arrival who gets sucked into life in San FranciscoRead in Source
May 31, 2019 Barbary Lane's celebrated queerness is less remarkable these days... Though such actorly appropriation is now frowned on, Olympia Dukakis is stuck playing the transgender landlady; she is perhaps "iconic".Read in Source
The Daily Dot
June 10, 2019 But more than just a reunion special, the new series finds relevance in a very different city and offers compelling, interconnected vignettes.Read in Source
June 04, 2019 Even as I rolled my eyes or scratched my head at various developments, the performances and the optimistic (and very Maupin) spirit buoyed me through the whole thing.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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