If you are a fan of the PBS costume drama, “Victoria,” that just wrapped up season 3, then you know that this constitutional monarch who ruled the United Kingdom, Ireland and even became the Empress of India for a total of 63 years is one fearsome queen. In honor of Women’s History Mo
While most of my friends and colleagues debate the recent episodes of “Game Of Thrones” or even “Bachelor in Paradise,” I prefer to offer insights from my favorite TV indulgence, “The Great British Baking Show.” I know what it lacks in plot, costuming and fast action, it far makes up
Her biggest hint may have arrived in film school. As a graduate student at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, writer, director and producer Julie Kalceff says, “I found the process to have predominantly male students. Film and TV traditionally are not terribly inclusive
Few rivalries between successful female competitors were as fierce onscreen and off-screen as the spite fest between mid-20th century Hollywood divas Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. With the first season of “Feud: Bette and Joan” reaching its final episode later this week on FX and alr
Finally a show that takes intersectionality to the max: Orange Is the New Black. It’s a show entirely about women. It’s a show about women’s relationships with other women, women’s experiences, and women discovering their true sense of self. You could say, women run the show. So, it’
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