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Armistead Maupin's 'Tales of the City'

Gender bends effortlessly in this six-hour miniseries set in San Francisco and based on Armistead Maupin's bestseller (which initially appeared as a newspaper serial). PBS stations had the option of airing an edited version of the racy Peabody winner, whic (more…)

Premiered: January 10, 1994

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Keck's Exclusives: Is Laura Linney Going Back to Barbary Lane?

Now that Laura Linney's The Big C character, Cathy, succumbed to cancer, the actress says she would be interested in reprising her first serialized TV character, Mary Ann Singleton, from the miniseries Tales of the City, More Tales of the City and Fu… Read more

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Episode 5 Season 0, Episode 4 Apr 1, 1997 Free

Mrs Madrigal throws a Christmas party for her "family", Mona finds out the truth about D'or; Mary Ann finds out the truth about Norman. Mona moves back into Barbary Lane.

Episode 4 Season 0, Episode 3 Mar 25, 1997 Free

Norman investigates Anna Madrigal's past. Edgar is blackmailed. Michael and Brian go off in the night searching for a good time. Anna tells Edgar her secret.

Episode 2 Season 0, Episode 2 Free

Mary Ann joins Vincent on the crisis switchboard; is confronted by DeDe and encounters the strange Norman Neal Williams. Anna takes Mona to "Beach Blanket Babylon."

Episode 1 Season 0, Episode 1 Mar 4, 1997 Free

Mary Ann Singleton makes her vacation in San Francisco permanent, and after a brief stay with her friend Connie, she is welcomed by her new "family" at 28 Barbary Lane. It's not long before Mary Ann finds herself seduced by her new boss's son, Beachamp.

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  • Premiered: January 10, 1994
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  • Premise: Gender bends effortlessly in this six-hour miniseries set in San Francisco and based on Armistead Maupin's bestseller (which initially appeared as a newspaper serial). PBS stations had the option of airing an edited version of the racy Peabody winner, whic… (more)

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