Generation Gap (TV series)
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- For the 1969 game show, see The Generation Gap.
Generation Gap is an interactive sitcom used to teach children (ages 8-13) how to resolve conflicts amongst their peers. It first aired on PBS in 2004 as an educational television special. The unique interactive format worked in two ways: The studio audience was called on in the beginning of the program to suggest the character's conflict; a featured classroom of middle-school students, shot on location, was then called on to resolve the conflict in the end.
It was done as an independent project by filmmaker Edna Harris, who created the interactive format of the show.
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