In the era of Fan Rule, crowds that once screamed for their idols have morphed into masterfully organized groups, an evolution that reflects the tribalism of our times.
Female creators and showrunners aren’t just taking more places atop the TV landscape, they’re reinventing the whole medium.
When we interpret classic literature, female characters become more than mere archetypes; they become women.
A youthful indulgence may hold the key to something deeper: societal permission for straight girls and women of all ages to express their sexuality publicly—and together as a community.
From 'Nashville' to 'Game of Thrones,' Michiel Huisman is servicing TV’s strongest female characters. Should we feel guilty for objectifying him?
Madeleine Smithberg tells DAME about the maleness of late-night TV, and the way her pioneering show forever transformed the way we send up the news.
Not that there's anything wrong with that. On the sitcom's 25th anniversary, we count the ways.
Jenny Slate stars in the first comedy to take on a subject that has long been taboo—and it may finally lend the L-I-T-E genre some gravitas.
But how are Joan, Peggy, Sally, Megan, and Dawn faring amid the cultural revolution? We assess their power rankings.
What we’ve learned about living in a man’s world from the women of Westeros.