“I was reading all this stuff about feminism every day and trying to think about these large questions and I thought, what’s a comedic take on it?”
Lilly Singh will mark a major milestone Monday. A Little Late with Lilly Singh, premiering September 16 on NBC, will be the only current late-night show hosted by an openly queer woman of color.
Individually, we are talented, creative, go-getting and persistent filmmakers—but together, we rise.
“I’m a child of an immigrant and a child from poverty. I’m a woman who’s been through various forms of abuse. I know that those mind games of making something beautiful out of ugly is what I do for a living. I want the world to feel that.”
“One Child Nation” and “After the Wedding” take on global women’s rights, while the girls of “GLOW” take on Sin City. Here’s what to watch this weekend.
What “The Nightingale” and “Four Weddings and a Funeral” have in common is their willingness to confront conversations about race.
These series and films, out now, lend a glimpse into women’s experiences in the justice system—and in the midst of war.
A documentary 30 years in the making. A takedown of gender discrimination. Weaponizing data. And an award-winning documentary about an award-winning hero. This week’s picks tell the stories of incredible women.
The reality of mortality. A no-holds-barred look at history. The urgency of reckoning with race. And, of course, a complicated scandal. This week’s picks take on hard truths—and tell them well.
When TV comedies like Shrill tackle abortion, they do away with the drama.