Watch the First Trailer for Ann Curry’s Powerful New Show We’ll Meet Again
Get an exclusive first look at Ann Curry's new PBS series We'll Meet Again, which reunites people who have lived through traumatic moments with the person who helped them the most
Ann Curry is back with a powerful new show!
In an exclusive first teaser trailer of her new PBS series We’ll Meet Again — which reunites people who have lived through traumatic moments with the person who helped them the most — Curry previews some of the inspiring reunions the program will feature.
Over six episodes, We’ll Meet Again will explore stories ranging from a German man searching for the family who befriended him when he was 10 years old and fleeing from the Nazis to a Vietnam war refugee looking for the “crazy American cowboy” who inspired his dream of living in the United States one day.
“This series helps people separated by conflict, war and humanitarian disasters find each other again and reveals untold stories of courage, survival, friendship and even love,” Curry said in a press release.
“This is human history — not from the point of view of kings or politicians or generals — but of everyday people on the front lines of massive events they have no way to control. Their stories tell us something about what we are made of,” she continued.
And the award-winning journalist previously told the Television Critics Association that she signed on for the series because “I was looking for a wonderful way to do meaningful journalism,” USA Today reported. “These kinds of stories are sorely needed now. Knowing about the potential of compassion, knowing about the value of courage, these kind of stories, I think, are really important right now.”
We’ll Meet Again Premieres Jan. 23 at 8 p.m. ET on PBS.
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