"Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" is an American drama streaming television series directed by Lauren Morelli.
The starring cast includes Laura Linney, Elliot Page, Paul Gross, Murray Bartlett, Charlie Barnett, Garcia, May Hong, Olympia Dukakis, Barbara Garrick, Ashley Park and others.
Here are "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City TV series?
Netflix on Tuesday, April 09, 2019 released the trailer for "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" you can watch here:
Tales of the City | Teaser | Netflix.
What is Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" TV series plot summary.
Mary Ann Singleton (Laura Linney) returns to 28 Barbary Lane in San Francisco after a 23-year absence for the 90th birthday of her former landlady, Anna Madrigal (Olympia Dukakis). Mary Ann (Gail Bennett) is happily reunited with Michael Tolliver (Murray Bartlett) and Anna, but things are more complicated with her ex-husband, Brian Hawkins (Paul Gross), and Shawna (Elliot Page), the daughter she left behind to pursue a broadcasting career. Shawna follows a mysterious attraction to a new girl in town who is making a documentary about 28 Barbary Lane. The relationship between transgender man Jake Rodriguez (Garcia) and his lesbian girlfriend Margot Park (May Hong) faces challenges as Jake explores his newfound attraction to men. Michael struggles with the option to stop using condoms now that he is in a relationship with Ben Marshall (Charlie Barnett), who is on PrEP. Anna begins receiving mysterious letters threatening to expose a secret from her past.
Who plays who in the Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City TV series?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Laura Linney as Mary Ann Singleton Shawna's estranged adoptive mother
Elliot Page as Shawna Hawkins Mary Ann and Brian's adopted daughter
Paul Gross as Brian Hawkins Mary Ann's ex-husband and Shawna's adoptive father
Murray Bartlett as Michael "Mouse" Tolliver Mary Ann's best friend from 28 Barbary Lane
Charlie Barnett as Ben Marshall Michael's younger boyfriend
Garcia as Jake Rodriguez a transgender man
May Hong as Margot Park Jake's girlfriend
Olympia Dukakis as Anna Madrigal a 90-year-old transgender woman and the owner of 28 Barbary Lane
Barbara Garrick as DeDe Halcyon Day a socialite, Mary Ann's friend, and Margot's love interest
Ashley Park as Jennifer / Ani an Instagram influencer alongside her twin brother, Raven
Christopher Larkin as Jonathan Raven Winter
Zosia Mamet as Claire Duncan a documentarian and Shawna's love interest
Michael Park as Robert Watson Mary Ann's husband
Caldwell Tidicue as Ida Best manager of the Body Politic burlesque bar
Dickie Hearts as Mateo DeDe's deaf butler
Victor Garber as Sam Garland a man from Rainbow Readers
Michelle Buteau as Wrenita Butler
Benjamin Thys as Eli Heller
Samantha Soule as Inka Gisladottir
Matthew Risch as Harrison Michael's ex-boyfriend
Juan Castano as Flaco Ramirez Ben's co-worker and Jake's love interest
Daniela Vega as Ysela a transgender woman and Anna's first friend when she moved to San Francisco
Jen Richards as young Anna Madrigal
Molly Ringwald as Mrs. Duncan Claire's mother and an art collector
Luke Kirby as Tommy an SFPD officer
John Glover as Bill Schwartz a retired SFPD officer and resident of the Flamingo Arms
Dan Butler as Dan a friend of Harrison
Malcolm Gets as Stan a friend of Harrison
Bryan Batt as Chris Bauer a friend of Harrison
Stephen Spinella as Chris a friend of Harrison
Alan Mingo Jr. as The Queen
Daphne Rubin-Vega as Mrs. Rodriguez
Bryce Charles as Marlowe
Sebastian Chacon as Lucas
Claudia Logan as Lay-La
Jeanette Villafane as Debra
Elena Hurst as Linda
Collin Baja as Ryan
Nelson Ascencio as Eduardo
Ricky A. Schroeder as Rory
Jorge Cordova as Stuart
Teddy Cañez as Uncle Mando
Gamze Ceylan as Officer Patel
Eve Lindley as Lily
Keilly McQuail as Joyce
Tyler Elliot Burke as Boone
Frank Deal as Sergeant
Jari Jones as Ronda
Irene Rising as Franny
Gail Bennett as Mary
Clea Alsip as Nancy
Kathryn Boswell as Judith
Fortune Feimster as Carlin
Bob Johnson as Walter
Mary Louise Wilson as Doris
Donnie Kehr as Bill
Cadden Jones as Store Clerk
Cascius LaFleur as Woman in Park
Stephanie Weeks as Flight Attendant
Danny Burstein as Buzz Bradshaw
Clem Cheung as Owner #1
Erin Davie as Emma Grace
Damiah Morrison as Little Girl
Clyde Baldo as Cab Driver
Chengusoyane Kargbo as Mom
Jon Shaver as Mark Duncan
Jennifer Laura Thompson as Maura Bradshaw
Yan Xi as Owner #2
Dierdre Friel as Cashier
Adam Greer as Cop
Josh Pais as Doug
Kate Rigg as Drag King
Andy Schneeflock as Game Show Host
Em Grosland as Homobile Driver
Peter Edward Mussad as Homeless Man
Micah Stock as Jonah
Erin Wilson as Orchid Woman
Viet Vo as The Monk
Kristine Zbornik as Flamingo Arms Guide
Ali Nasser as Waiter
Dennis Stowe as George Bryce
John-Eric Parker as Spike Donahue
P.J. Brennan as Nate Goldberg
Katie Lee Hill as Tallulah
Tedra Millan as Doula
Brian McCarthy as Prius Driver
Jasmine Richard-Brooks as Sharon's Assistant
Catrina Ganey as Rainbow Readers Director
Andy Stokan as Young Tommy
Marquise Vilson as Palmer
Jeff Williams as Bruce
Ivory Aquino as Doctor Perez
James T. Kelly as Leather Twink
Lio Mehiel as Mission Communal Guide
Cliff Moylan as Steve
Armando Acevedo as Policeman
Maybe Burke as Homeless Teen
Anna Suzuki as Lynn
Ryan Foust as Braden Bradshaw
Tyler A. Griffin as Marvin
Lindsay K. Northen as Bathtub Woman
Joe Wegner as Tech Bro
Cathryn Mudon as Woman at Yard Sale
Alex Christian Rodriguez as Willy
Avery Sell as Edie Bradshaw
Ariel Ash as Burlesque Dancer
Zachary Culbertson as Tenderloin Guy
Francine Daveta as Burlesque Dancer
Brianna Fernandez as Flaco's Friend
Hugh M Jones III as Rainbow Warrior
Giovanni Jones as Pedestrian
What are Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City filming details?
"Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" series are produced by Sweatpants Productions, Working Title Television, Universal Television and NBCUniversal International.
The average duration of each episode is 46 - 60 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City TV series?
"Armistead Maupin's Tales of the City" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.4/10.
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