"One Day At A Time" gave viewers an ode to Latinx women in a way that no other show had. By Lory Martinez This month, Netflix announced the cancellation of critically acclaimed series “One Day at A Time” after three seasons.
The latest episode is completely honest about how complicated sexual assault cases are and how women are constantly forced to choose between ourselves, our careers, our livelihoods, and justice. This essay contains spoilers for Brooklyn Nine-Nine episode 6.8, as well as
They may be less prominent than characters in other TV shows, but these queer and trans characters should be acknowledged and critiqued when necessary. This year FX’s Pose made a huge splash on television as a show that not only features queer
Media representation matters. What you see on television has the potential to shape your opinion and worldview. In fact, a report from published by Color of Change found that Black people are misrepresented in television shows and news coverage. Some
While the majority of the nominees and winners reflected a very white ideal within the entertainment industry, there were some powerful wins. By Thelma Rose The 75th Golden Globes saw women taking representation and resources for non-men into their own hands with,