"Those Girls" (TV show) is a reality docu-series on Discovery Life that offers an authentic look at a group of transgender friends living in Kansas City, Missouri.

With an in-depth look at the daily lives of these real women, this series is the first to embed with a close knit group of friends in the transgender community and profile who they really are. The series follows four pairs couples and friends: best friends Kassidy and Chloe, navigating the challenges of transitioning together; couple Tanya and Jaime, who have moved back into Jaime's parents' house while handling child-related issues with Tanya's ex-wife; married couple Macy and Sharon, facing relationship hurdles since Macy's recent transition, but still very much in love; and Robyn and Andrew, previously best friends before Robyn's transition and are now romantically involved. While their gender identity remains a touch point in each storyline, The series focuses more on capturing the essence of these courageous women as they overcome all of the obstacles before them and live their lives with bravery, fun, strength, and humor.

"Those Girls" is produced by Conveyor Media. For Conveyor Media, Jay James, Colin Whelan, Teri Rogers, Matt Antrim and Eric Streit are executive producers, and Caroline Gibbs, head of The Transgender Institute, is a co-executive producer. For Discovery Life Channel, Julie Meisner Eagle is vice president of production, Jane Latman is general manager, and Henry Schleiff is Group President.


Network: Discovery Life
Genre: Reality
Premiere Date: March, 2015
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Conveyor Media

Discovery Life Greenlights 'Those Girls' — The new series about a group of transgender friends in Kansas City will be the first original commission of the network, formerly known as Discovery Fit & Health. Read more...

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