Here's how to watch Lifetime's 'Leave it to Geege': Fans call it the 'realest show' ever

Lifetime's reality show 'Leave it to Geege' shows a proud mother of an autistic child who aims to raise awareness on how to handle an autistic child


                            Here's how to watch Lifetime's 'Leave it to Geege': Fans call it the 'realest show' ever
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Lifetime's reality show 'Leave it to Geege' features Geege Taylor, who is a single mother and breast cancer survivor. Geege is on a mission to help and create awareness for other people on their journey to raise an autistic child.

'Leave it to Geege' debuted on Lifetime channel on January 10, 2022. The show will be transitioning from linear to digital, starting with a two-episode drop followed by a weekly episodes drop followed by a weekly episode rolling out. Geege Taylor's 19-year-old son Pootie was diagnosed with autism as a young child. Taylor said, "When my son was first diagnosed. I started seeing so many depressing stories about autism in the media, and back then, people were not talking about it."

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Geege Taylor met with the World of Wonders co-founders and the 'Leave it to Geege' executive producers Randy Barbato, Tom Campbell and Fenton Bailey and were instantly drawn to Taylor and her family. Barbato said, "When you meet Geege and then her family, you want to move in. At World of Wonder, we have the saying, 'No is the beginning of yes.'Like so many of our show ideas or pitches, people say no, until we wear them down to say yes, and sometimes that is 10 years." In Episode 4, the audience expected to see something different when Geege throws a house drawing party celebrating Pootie:Harper worries about leaving her family on the heels of a semester abroad.

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You can watch 'Leave it to Geege' on any streaming services carrying Lifetime like Philo, Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, and DIRECTV STREAM. All the 'Leave it to Geege' fans were very upset to know that the show is not airing on the channel anymore and with this, they started to come up with their thoughts and opinions. A fan tweeted and said,"@lifetimetv what happened to leave it to geege??? I was so excited to watch it tonight!! I love how it celebrates neurodivergent people & finally gives them the positive & authentic representation that they deserve!!! and the whole family is so hilarious & loving, I love them!!" Another fan said,"Why are y’all not showing leave it to geege anymore?? That show is the realest show I’ve ever seen and accurately represents autism and how amazing it is. why is any other show better???? also, the show’s ratings have been increasing since it has been aired!!!"

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