Since its first episode in 1998, True Life has provided a window into the struggles, hopes, and dreams of young people. Narrated
solely by its characters, each episode documents the unusual--and often remarkable--circumstances of real individuals, whether
it's about soldiers returning from Iraq, deaf teenagers, or people living with autism. We've given all of them--and hundreds
of others--the opportunity to tell their own stories directly to their peers in this powerful, Emmy award winning series that
uniquely reflects the experiences and cultures of this generation.
Dana and Brooke struggle daily with the trials of being too beautiful. With good looks putting a huge strain on their relationships,
they have to decide whether to compromise their identity or the respect of their loved ones.
Tori and Victoria are two young women who live under the constant shadow of their outrageous mothers. Both teenagers suffer
as they compete with the rest of the world for the attention of their "hot moms."
The boys on the varsity wrestling team at Lake Stevens High School eat, breathe, and live their lives on the mat. Their drive
to succeed, paired with the belief that losing is unacceptable, push them to their limits on a daily basis.