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If you could tell a friend things that he or she really needed to hear, would you? Would it be easier if you could do it anonymously? Those are the questions that are explored on "The Letter." In each episode, four close friends draw names and each anonymously writes a letter to the chosen pal to outline what the person can change to transform his or her life for the better. Each person then follows the rules set forth in the letter for a week. After that period, the friends come back together for a dramatic meeting, in which each friend reveals which letter was the one that he or she wrote. Actress Zelda Williams ("Dead of Summer") narrates the reality series.

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Two feuding sisters and their two lifelong best friends, all living in Orange County California, exchange anonymous tough love letters that push their relationships to the breaking point.
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Four female college students who became friends when they shared a dorm during their freshman year decide to face their fears and take the letter-writing challenge.
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Four Maryland party girls exchange brutally honest, anonymous letters.
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Four inseparable Southern California roommates force each other to go on personalized adventures.
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Four fast friends who dance in a burlesque show decide to open themselves up by taking the anonymous letter-writing challenge.
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Four best friends trying to break into showbiz write anonymous letters to each other outlining behavior that needs to be changed.
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Four best friends from the San Fernando Valley write honest, anonymous letters to one another; a lazy girl is forced to perform some hard labor; a vain selfie queen must put away her phone for a week.
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Four close friends from New Jersey each receive an anonymous letter from a member of their group; the young women spend a week following the letters' heartfelt suggestions in an effort to change their lives for the better.
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Four friends from a small Pennsylvania town shake up their quiet lives by following the constructive suggestions in the anonymous letters they sent to one another.
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Four best friends from Atlanta write anonymous letters to one another in an effort to change their respective self-destructive habits.

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