Prime Video Releases Trailer and Key Art for Coming-of-Age Docuseries ‘Always Jane’
All four episodes premiere on Prime Video on Friday, November 12, in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide.
The four-part series, premiering November 12, follows transgender teen Jane Noury and her family
CULVER CITY, California – October 21, 2021 – Today, Prime Video released the trailer for the upcoming four-part coming-of-age docuseries Always Jane, an intimate and unguarded look at transgender teenager Jane Noury and her family as she prepares to leave home for college. The Amazon Original series reveals a family with unconditional love that shines through as they tackle obstacles head-on so that Jane can live authentically. Navigating deeply personal and challenging issues, the Noury family’s uplifting humor and kindness is always present, revealing the transformative power of acceptance, support, and love. All four episodes premiere on Prime Video on Friday, November 12, in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide.
Jane Noury lives with her family in rural New Jersey, and like any teenager, must balance friends, family, and school. While today’s political and social climate might not seem like the easiest time for a transgender teenager to grow up, you haven’t met her family. The Nourys wear their hearts on their sleeves and find irreverent humor in daily life, while Jane sets her sights on life beyond her family.
Always Jane is a production of Amazon Studios, Mutt Film, and Union Editorial. Jonathan C. Hyde directed the series and also served as executive producer with James Haygood and Michael Raimondi, along with Mutt Film’s Beth George and Shannon Lords-Houghton. Jane Noury also serves as an executive producer, with Katherine LeBlond serving as producer.
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