It’s an emotional ending for this season of Tales of the City. One which wraps up this season and leads you to question will there be a next?
Tales of the City: Season 1
Alongside Molly Ringwald appearing, we may finally know who is the one who is blackmailing Anna, and it seems that person is a little off-kilter.
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We may finally may know who is blackmailing Anna and why as we head the time frame of when Anna bought 28 Barbary Lane.
Unfortunately in life, to rebuild sometimes requires you to tear everything down to the foundation. “Next Level Sh*t” shows why.
Just as things were looking up for Mary Ann and the twins, down for Shawna, and getting better for Michael and Anna, a significant discovery.
Mary Ann makes a discovery about Sam as multiple reconciliations take place – despite past drama.
As some question Anna’s decision to sell the building, others are focusing on the relationships they have, or had, thanks to Anna providing them a safe and affordable place.
Insecurities and secrets are starting to eat up those who frequent or live at 28 Barbary Lane. Specifically their relationships – romantic or otherwise.
As Mary Ann seeks validation, others are struggling with either moving on or holding onto what they have.
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Tales of the City: Season 1, Episode 1 “Coming Home” [Series Premiere] – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)
Just in time for Pride, we get a large ensemble cast depicting nearly every bit of the rainbow from orientation, gender identity, and also ethnicity.