And then, after six highly successful episodes, PBS chose not to renew the show almost as soon as it had begun in the face of vigorous conservative opposition. Twenty-five years later, it returns for mainstream American audiences with 10 new installments set to drop Friday on Netflix. But its path to revival was fraught and circuitous — at least on this side of the Atlantic. Need a refresher on the original series?
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Armistead Jones Maupin, Jr. Maupin was born in Washington, D. Maupin was educated at the Ravenscroft School. In he graduated from Needham Broughton High School. Senator Jesse Helms. Helms nominated Maupin for a patriotic award, which he won.
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Tales of the City is a series of nine novels written by American author Armistead Maupin from to The stories from Tales were originally serialized prior to their novelization , with the first four titles appearing as regular installments in the San Francisco Chronicle , while the fifth appeared in the San Francisco Examiner. The remaining titles were never serialized, but were instead originally written as novels. The series opens with the arrival of Mary Ann Singleton, a naive young woman from Cleveland, Ohio , who is visiting San Francisco on vacation when she impulsively decides to stay. She finds an apartment at 28 Barbary Lane, the domain of the eccentric, marijuana -growing landlady Anna Madrigal.
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