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Reality Show About Gay U.S. Ambassador Comes To Netflix

by Jeff Taylor September 08, 2016

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Rufus Gifford (r) with husband Stephen DeVincent (l). Via Netflix.

Netflix has released Danish TV documentary series “I Am the Ambassador” for streaming. The six-episode series follows U.S. ambassador to Denmark Rufus Gifford. The series dates back to 2014, but this release will bring it to a much wider audience.

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Gifford admits that when he agreed to make the series he did not anticipate this, writing on Instagram that he thought only a “few thousand people would see it.”

“While I am incredibly nervous about the show being aired all over the world — especially in my home country — I believe in it with all my heart,” he added.

Netflix subscribers can watch the show here, and check out the feature PBS ran on the show for more below.


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