In their opulent new drama series Versailles, Simon Mirren and David Wolstencroft transport the viewer into the legendary court of King Louis XIV of France. The first episode opens on a royal household in disarray as, in a play for power against his rebellious nobles, Louis attempts to relocate his court away from Paris to […]
Research released this week reveals that women still have very far to go in the fight for equality on the small screen.
Wentworth‘s Joan Ferguson has no politics, no sensibility, no empathy and no fear. All she has in an insatiable thirst for power and revenge that cannot be contained by prison walls.
The new financial drama Equity is a living, breathing illustration of the gender bias delineated in AAUW’s research report on women in leadership.
A new petition calls for the release of the findings of a recent internal review of sexual harassment claims against Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes.
Ms. got the chance to speak with Tandy about her career, being a woman in Hollywood, her past experiences in pageantry, and her recent efforts to improve the confidence and self-awareness of teenage girls through her “Girl Talk” workshop series.
To celebrate the upcoming Netflix revival of one of our favorite feminist shows, Gilmore Girls, let’s take a moment to honor some of its smartest quips.
The passion behind Agent Carter is notable less for its enthusiasm for the show itself but for the importance of what it represents in current media.
The reveal and development of Yara Greyjoy’s sexuality deserves not only applause, but also some serious thought and questioning.
There will always be a space and a place for the Powerpuff Girls—but we’re living in the golden age of smart, intersectional, feminist children’s animation, and television shows and films alike are currently bursting with fantastic viewing options that explore identity, sexuality, and gender equality in innovative and moving ways.