What to Watch Monday 12/3: 'We Were Here' Premieres on PBS!

Tonight, viewers in a number of cities can catch the television premiere of We Were Here, a documentary about the early days of the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco, on PBS.

What to Watch: Monday, December 3

10:00pm: Independent Lens: We Were Here, PBS (1 hr) NEW

Tonight a number of PBS markets will premiere We Were Here, a powerful documentary about the earliest days of the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco.  This deeply moving film interweaves interviews with the stories of five people who found themselves at the forefront of the crisis thirty years ago, and provides an intimate look at the fear, emotional devastation and collective determination that manifested in the virus' wake. Watch a sneak peek below, and check your local listings to see if your city is included.

This morning and afternoon, check your local listings for information about EllenThe Talk (CBS) and The Chew (ABC). Days of Our Lives on NBC (check local listings for time) features gay character Will as a series regular; keep an eye out for developments between Will and recurring gay characters Sonny and Neil.

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