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Category Archives: Tales of the City Miniseries
June 28, 2017 Cynthia Littleton Managing Editor: Television Netflix is developing a new installment of “Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City” with Working Title Television U.S. Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis are on board to revive the characters they played … Continue reading
Happy Pride Barbaryphiles! All 4, Channel 4’s on-demand streaming service, is airing “Tales of the City” and “More Tales of the City” to their programming service and as a bonus, ALL episodes are free this month in the UK. Pride would … Continue reading
By CHRISTOPHER POLLOCK The Bay Area has been host to so many films that it has been known at times as Hollywood North. More than 600 movies — from blockbuster features to lesser-known indies — have been filmed here since … Continue reading
By /bent | /Bent June 17, 2015 at 3:22PM In the third of 10 lists announcing the results of our annual Reader’s Poll, we count down the 50 most important LGBT television series since Stonewall, according to you. 15. Tales … Continue reading
The Queerty Interview Academy Award winner Olympia Dukakis has long been a favorite among gay audiences. Not only has she starred in films and miniseries we love (Steel Magnolias, Moonstruck, Tales of the City), she’s stood up to religious organizations on our … Continue reading
Much like Alfred Hitchcock, Armistead Maupin has cameos in all three “Tales of the City” miniseries. Here is a compilation from the three miniseries.
Damian Barr (author of “Maggie and Me”) and Mary Ann Singleton’s dress from the “Tales of the City” miniseries at the GLBT Archives.