Netflix’s Tales of The City

Not one to miss out on a trend, Netflix’s latest installment of Tales of the City, based on the novels of Armistead Maupin. Tales of the City—about the loves and lives of the various residents of a San Francisco apartment house—first aired in the United States on PBS in early 1994, before shifting over to Showtime for two more mini-series. Soapy and sexy and a little silly, Tales of the City was an early pioneer of mainstream-ish queer representation, brazenly detailing the intimate lives of marginalized people before and during the AIDS crisis.

Silas directed Episode 3 and 4. 

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