With the distressing realities of politics, the spread of Covid-19, and a halt to life as we knew it, there’s comfort in political dramas, if only for an hour at a time.
The 1990s were the golden age for actresses of a certain age who portrayed women much like themselves: menopausal, world-weary, and invisible to men. And they were successful—until they got canceled.
This exquisitely produced historical drama about the British Royals is really a story of unearned wealth and power. So why do feminists love it so much?
With its egregious lack of representation and cliquey chains of command, is there any wonder big outlets like NBC are covering up for predators?
We spoke with one of our comic idols, ‘Baroness von Sketch Show’s’ Carolyn Taylor, to discuss the new season on IFC, and her gift for transforming the minutiae of our everyday middle-aged lives into something to laugh about.
The new Netflix film ‘I Am Mother’ explores the genre's longstanding problems with pregnancy and motherhood.
This five-hour historical drama is not a discussion of whether Soviet Communism failed. It’s a mirror of our present moment and the danger of denial.
The critically acclaimed international spy thriller delves into what it means for women to be stereotyped, categorized, underestimated, and ignored—and turns it into an asset.
In the quietly revolutionary Hulu show based on Lindy West's memoir, Aidy Bryant inhabits a radical new protagonist: a fat woman who learns to stop apologizing. We talk with West and fellow series writer Samantha Irby.
Why has women's truth always been whispered, and what do we do now that we finally have a megaphone?