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09/21/2012

Long-running 'In The Life' to leave hole in TV market

by Jeremy Hooper

201209210900 As a onetime subject and longtime fan, this makes me truly sad:

In December, we will broadcast the final episode of our Emmy Award-nominated, signature television series, IN THE LIFE.
ITLM ANNOUNCES A NEW DIRECTION [In The Life]

I got more worldwide attention from this show than just about anything I've ever done. It's powerful, TV exposure. In a reality where even channels geared toward the LGBT market are increasingly dropping substantive programming focused on LGBT matters, it's sad to see such an impactful show leaving the landscape.

Thanks for the two decades, ITL.

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