“Killing Eve,” “High Life” and “The Wind” feature female leads seeking thrills—and show us the danger of trying to put women in their place.
What makes a portrayal of abortion on television revolutionary?
“Shrill” is a love letter to all the women and girls who have been taught their entire lives that they should never love themselves because of the size of their bodies. And it’s exactly what we were waiting for.
“Catastrophe,” “Shrill” and “The Inventor” complicate cultural ideas of womanhood—and pull us into three unique women’s stories.
The magic-wielding academic queers are at it again in season three of Brujos—and this time, they’re incorporating even more witchy content about sexually non-conforming people of color.
“Once upon a time, there were women. Then they became fed-up women. Then they became Congresswomen.”
“One Day at a Time,” “Song of Parkland” and “Pen15” bring modern girlhood—and activism—into sharp focus.
The gimmicky-sounding premise of “Russian Doll” gets taken to unexpectedly deep and dark places, and “Daughter of Mine” is a film filled to the brim with empathy. Both are out—on big and small screens—this weekend.
For “Wonder Woman” fans, “I Am the Night” is a nice holdover until the blockbuster’s sequel lands in summer 2020.
From the very beginning shot of the first episode of “Fleabag,” Phoebe Waller-Bridge shows herself to be a maestra of the female gaze.