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I actually just recently heard of this program, thanks to TUBI TV. I instantly became addicted to these moving true stories of tragedy and recovery. These episodes are legitimately re-told by those involved without all the candy-coating you often see in today's documentaries of the same topic. Just real people and real accounts. Some of the accounts, I admit, are cheesy and a bit overdone, but the heart is still there and I feel for everyone and what they went through. Tears fill up my eyes, especially because I lost my father last year and thus, can feel the pain these people have experienced. It takes going through tragedy to understand why a show like this had a major impact on viewers.
Of course, having Richard Thomas as a co-host is always a green light. That man is a legend!
They have scores of miraculous documentary programs running now, but nothing beats the sincerity of the 90's . If I could go back to that era, I would.
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