Today’s new episode of Leave it to Geege arrives as even more accolades from the press and the public roll in. Geege Taylor spoke with Darren Paltrowitz about the Lifetime series produced by World of Wonder:
Over in Realscreen, a panel including Amy Winter, head of programming at Lifetime Television, gave a shout-out to RespectAbility for their work with Lifetime and World of Wonder on Leave it to Geege:
It’s a chicken-and-egg thing: I don’t think we went out saying, ‘Let’s do a show around a family that’s funny as all get out but has autism as a part of their daily routine. But out of the whole family-and-friends group, there are four members of that show that are on the spectrum, to varying degrees. We didn’t set out to make a show where people would learn, but in every episode there is a moment where [Geege is] having a conversation with somebody, about what it’s like.
I feel like it might be a warm hug for people who have it in their world, and for people who don’t have it in their world, I think you’re going to walk away changed.
Check out the Paltrocast’s chat with Geege, then catch a new episode at mylifetime.com, on the app, or on VOD!
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