GREENSBURG, Kan. (AP) _ Greensburg will be back in the national spotlight next week.
A new cable network called Planet Green will feature the tornado-ravaged community's rebuilding efforts as part of a documentary that will last several weeks.
But Greensburg residents won't be able to view the 13-part documentary about the town's recovery from a devastating tornado because the city doesn't have a cable service.
The show premieres Sunday at 8 p.m.
Planet Green plans invite the whole town to the Greensburg school gymnasium tomorrow for a barbecue and screening of the first episode.
Planet Green has had film crews in town since July 2007, following the town's efforts to rebuild.
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