Tell-all television is born

Hellwarth, Ben
January 1996
Entertainment Weekly;1/12/96, Issue 309, p72
Reports on the impact of the United States television family, The Louds, from the television program `An American Family'. Social impact of the show on America; The Louds in 1995; Inspiration for `The Real World.' INSET: Jan. 11, 1973..


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