The Undertaking (PBS)

Thomas Lynch, 58, is a writer and a poet. He’s also a funeral director in a  small town in central Michigan where he and his family have cared for the dead  — and the living — for three generations. For the first time, Lynch agreed to  allow cameras inside Lynch & Sons, giving FRONTLINE producers Miri Navasky and Karen O’Connor rare, behind-the-scenes access — from funeral  arrangements to the embalming room — to the Lynches’ world for this film, The Undertaking.

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