The first season of the Let the World See docu-series is a companion to the Women of the Movement drama which itself was conceived as a close-ended show. If the latter is renewed for a second season, possibly to dramatize another true story, could Let the World See also return? Stay tuned.
A documentary series, the Let the World See TV show comes from ABC News. The first season chronicles Mamie Till-Mobley’s fierce quest for justice that sparked the civil rights movement following her son Emmett Till’s brutal murder. The program is a deep examination of Till-Mobley’s fight to bring her son’s body home to Chicago and her pivotal yet heartbreaking decision to have an open-casket funeral for the public to see, which ultimately served as a turning point for the civil rights movement. The docu-series also traces Till-Mobley’s journey back to the Jim Crow South to face her son’s murderers in court. The program illustrates how the Till family has continued her legacy since her death in 2003.
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What do you think? Do you like the Let the World See TV series on ABC? Should it be cancelled or renewed for a second season?