In the Life

PBS Premiered Jan 01, 1992 In Season


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  • This is MUST see TV for all people who value the truth, justice, and diversity! Those who don't respect how God (or Nature) made us won't like this series.

    "In The Life" is an outstanding, thought provoking, emotional, reflection upon American society with sharp, well thought out commentaries, and balanced new segments everyone should watch.

    While the series deals with the American culture those in other countries can appreciate and learn from the American examples presented in the series' hour long episodes. Using historical footage, interviews from people of all walks of life (business, the performing arts, politics, and everyday jobs) "In The Life" keeps the viewer abreast with the struggles facing America in being a diverse God respecting country. For God doesn't make mistakes and God makes all of us.

    "In The Life" is a historical record of life, works, and conditions of those in the Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, and Transgender (GLBT) community. It is a reflection of America's growth toward those un-reached virtues declared over two hundred years ago:

    We hold these Truths to be self-evident: that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed, by their Creator, with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.

    "In The Life" is an American Institution and MUST see TV!

    PBS shows brand new episodes; the Logo Channel is showing the various seasons in rerun.
  • The big names, everyday people, political challenges and entertainment scene of the GLBT community.

    This series, a sharp, comprehensive and funny newsmagazine, takes a look each month at the stories and issues in gay life. It's a panoply of the social and cultural world, both sweeping in scope and solidly normal. The features place themselves where they belong, in the midst of American culture.

    From interviews with gay filmmakers and dance performers, to someone who just opened up a restaurant, to people struggling just to serve in the military or rent a house together, the stories on 'In the Life' will keep anyone interested, gay or not.

    Despite the shadow of controversy, 'In the Life' has reached its 15th year and is just as informative and clever as when it began.

    It is a living social history that will teach you something new every time.
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