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True Life: 2007TV-14Closed Captioning

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Since its initial episode in 1998, MTV's award-winning True Life documentary series has told remarkable real-life stories of young people and the unusual subcultures they inhabit. Whether documenting the lives of gay marriage activists, individuals dealing with obesity, or teens in high school, the True Life series tells its stories solely through the varied voices and points-of-view of its characters — putting the series in the unique position of reflecting the state of youth culture at any given moment. The 2007 collection includes: "I Have Autism," "I Live in the Projects," "I'm Pregnant," "I'm Going to Rehab," "I'm Looking For My Father," and more.

Customer Reviews

to WATCH something REAL not HAPPY

if you want to watch something "happy", go watch Sweet Sixteen or The Hills... but if you want to watch something REAL, then watch True Life. these are the people we see every day but don't really know and seem to ignore. although it may not come off as "happy", in regards to another user's one star review, it's real and the rewards in the end may not live up to your standards but it lives up to those people on the show. we can "change the pace", but we can't always ignore the truth.

The greatest thing MTV has done, the only good thing they still do

great show; no it's not a bunch of super happy people, though there was an episode "I'm fat and happy", it's a documentary showing the REAL struggles and ups and downs of young people.


For 10 years, MTV’s True Life series has given the 14-24 year old average viewer a peak into the life of somebody who isn't a typical television persona. Narrating the lives of 2-3 young people in some of the most real situations that youths face today, from teen pregnancy to body issues and family situations, the series covers their personal triumphs and defeats in some of the most frank episodes on television today. True Life is more than a reality program, it’s raw and honest and it's hands down MTV's best and most inspiring show.