|[05/21/19 - 06:01 AM]
Video: Trailer & Key Art Debut - "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" - Launching on Netflix June 7
Inspired by the books of Armistead Maupin, the Netflix limited series begins a new chapter in the beloved story.
|[05/14/19 - 07:02 AM]
Video: Netflix's "Tales of the City" - First Look at Jen Richards as Young "Anna Madrigal" & Daniela Vega as "Ysela"
The episode depicts 1966 San Francisco and the Compton's Cafeteria Riot, one of the first events of LGBTQ activism in the U.S.
|[04/09/19 - 07:01 AM]
Video: Teaser Debut & Date Announcement - Netflix's "Tales of the City" - Launching Friday, June 7
Inspired by the books of Armistead Maupin, the limited series begins a new chapter in the beloved story.
|[03/19/19 - 09:00 AM]
First Look Images: Netflix Original Series "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City"
Mary Ann (Laura Linney) returns to present-day San Francisco and is reunited with her daughter Shawna (Ellen Page) and ex-husband Brian (Paul Gross), 20 years after leaving them behind to pursue her career.
|[11/01/18 - 11:52 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, November 1
Updates include: truTV cancels "Talk Show the Game Show"; Virginia Madsen cast in DC Universe's "Swamp Thing"; and comedian Anjelah Johnson to star in NBC comedy pilot.
|[10/26/18 - 11:41 PM]
Development Update: Friday, October 26
Updates include: Netflix cancels "American Vandal" after two seasons; ABC orders extra episode of "The Conners"; and Jeryl Prescott cast as Madame Xanadu in DC Universe's "Swamp Thing."
|[10/22/18 - 11:26 PM]
Development Update: Monday, October 22
Updates include: ABC asks for additional scripts from four series; Hannah Rae cast in TNT's Elisabeth Shue-led "Constance"; and Michael J. Ferguson named regular on Starz's "Power."
|[10/16/18 - 09:03 AM]
Netflix Original Series "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" Adds to the Vibrant and Diverse World of Modern-Day Barbary Lane
Paul Gross returns to reprise his role with additional series regulars Murray Bartlett, Charlie Barnett, Josiah Victoria Garcia and May Hong.
|[04/24/18 - 10:35 AM]
Netflix Returns to 28 Barbary Lane with "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City"
Academy Award nominee and Emmy-, SAG- and Golden Globe-Award winning actress Laura Linney and Academy Award and Golden Globe winner Olympia Dukakis will reprise their roles as Mary Ann Singleton and Anna Madrigal.
|[06/28/17 - 11:26 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, June 28
Updates include: Melanie Lynskey cast in Hulu's "Castle Rock"; Moon Bloodgood to recur on "Code Black" at CBS; and Netflix eyes revival of "Tales of the City."