In 1974, Armistead Maupin's "Tales of the City" premiered in the Pacific Sun, depicting a naive, Midwestern young woman who becomes immersed in San Francisco's LGBTQ scene. The serialized story, featuring 1970s San Francisco, would go on to become nine novels and three TV miniseries. Mary Ann, Anna, et al., are back again, this time in a Netflix series starring many of the original cast. We'll talk with Maupin and Linney about the legacy and newest iteration of "Tales of the City." And we want to hear from you: has "Tales of the City" represented your own San Francisco experience? Why or why not?
Armistead Maupin and Laura Linney Share New 'Tales of the City'
This article is more than 3 years old.
Laura Linney and Olivia Dukakis both return in the Netflix "Tales of the City" series. (Image: Courtesy of Netflix)
Armistead Maupin, author of nine novels, including the "Tales of the City" series
Laura Linney, actress; stars in the original "Tales of City" miniseries and in the new Netflix series