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In the Life
GenreDocumentary series
Created byIn the Life Media
Developed byPluzoD
Country of originUnited States
Production
Running time30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channelPBS
Original runJune 9, 1992 – December 5, 2012

Produced by In The Life Media, In the Life was a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) television newsmagazine, broadcast on PBS. Premiering on June 9, 1992, it was the longest running LGBT television program in history.

In September 2012, In The Life Media announced that the December 2012 broadcast would be the last. ITLM says it will work with other organizations to create a web-based archive of historical videos documenting the LGBT rights movement, enhancing the organization's online presence and hopefully broadening its reach.[1]

Hosts Edit

The series was regularly commentated by Tony Award-winning actor Harvey Fierstein from 2001-2004. Past hosts of the show include Kate Clinton and Katherine Linton. Guest hosts for the series have included: Cherry Jones, Paris Barclay, Janeane Garofalo, Lesley Gore, Lea DeLaria, Madonna, Jade Esteban Estrada, Nathan Lane, Howard Dean, Gavin Newsom, Helen Thomas, Nancy Grace, RuPaul, Angela Lansbury, Jerry Herman, Carol Channing, Larry Kramer, Barbara Gittings, Lillian Faderman, Judy Shepard, Susan Sarandon, Billie-Jean King, Lily Tomlin, Melissa Etheridge, Esera Tuaolo, Martina Navratilova, Judith Light, Margaret Cho, Le Tigre, Lady Bunny, Wilson Cruz, Alan Cumming, Bill Brochtrup, Staceyann Chin and Lisa Leslie. In its 18th season, In the Life moved from a hosted format to a documentary style series narrated by guest voice-overs.

References Edit

  1. In the Life Will Air Last Show In December

External links Edit


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