RLTV Announces Premiere Of AARP's "My Generation," Season 5 Emmy-Nominated Lifestyle Show Returns June 18 With New Stories About Boomers and Seniors Who Are Redefining Their Lives
BALTIMORE, June 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- RLTV, the only cable network that provides viewers with information and entertainment to help Redefine Life after 50, announced today that daytime Emmy-nominated My Generation will return for a fifth season on June 18. The half-hour series from the American Association of Retired Persons includes stories about baby boomers and seniors who are reinventing themselves, pursuing their passions and making a difference. Lively profiles touch on the topics of health, relationships, volunteering and much more, inspiring Generation 50+ to live life to the fullest.
"We are very pleased to continue our long partnership with AARP in airing this exceptional series," said Elliot Jacobson, RLTV's Senior Vice President of Programming and Production. "My Generation has proven to be a popular show on RLTV, building a sense of community and inspiring our viewers to explore new pursuits and find new passions."
"My Generation provides a spark of optimism and encouragement combined with inspiring profiles of individuals who make a difference by giving back and connecting with others," said AARP Vice President of TV & Radio Programming Larry Gannon. "These stories prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that living a happy, healthy life, while generating positive change is possible at any age."
Over the course of 26 brand new episodes, My Generation viewers will meet celebrities, doctors, athletes and boomers and seniors who are changing their lives and changing the world. Each episode showcases several stories centered on topics such as "Work You Love," "Uncover Your Creativity" and "Live Your Legacy." Generation 50+ can tune in to be both informed and entertained by everyone from doctors-turned-chocolatiers to acclaimed singer Tony Bennett to NFL star Bradie James.
Season 5 of My Generation will also feature a special episode entitled "Strike Back at Stroke," which focuses on one of the leading causes of death in the U.S. Audiences can tune in to find out if they're at risk, how to prevent stroke and to go behind the scenes at a stroke comeback center. My Generation also joins actor Henry Winkler as he volunteers to help American stroke victims.
RLTV is the only television network dedicated to celebrating the lifestyle, interests and influence of boomers and seniors. Its Emmy Award-winning, informative and entertaining programming focuses on everything from financial planning and second careers to travel and entertainment; from health and wellness to volunteerism and community-building. RLTV has an all-star lineup of celebrity hosts including Florence Henderson, Joan Lunden, Jean Chatzky and Sam Donaldson. RLTV is about redefining life. For more information on RLTV, go to www.rl.tv.
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