Tagged: women and television

Good Girls Revolt is The Kind of Content We Need

The election has proven that these are dark times for us, ladies. On the morning of November 9th, I gave myself what my mom calls a “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” No, it didn’t mean driving through parades — or, in this case, protests — but giving myself the permission to do whatever I wanted to chill.

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Season 2 of Jessica Jones Will be Directed by Women

Melissa Rosenberg, executive producer of Netflix Original Series Jessica Jones, has revealed that season 2 of the critically-acclaimed show would be directed exclusively by women directors. While the production team had already made a commitment to hiring women directors for the season, they decided to double down on that commitment and go the full nine yards, Rosenberg told attendees at the Transforming Hollywood 7: Diversifying Entertainment conference held in Los Angeles last Friday.

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Women’s Perspectives in Stranger Things: A Primer

Unless you’ve been living under a rock and without WiFi, you’ve heard of Stranger Things. The über-Eighties homage has taken the world by storm. What’s more, the women’s perspectives in Stranger Things continue Netflix’s burgeoning legacy as a hub for great, woman-friendly television.

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