Kim Kardashian and her momager Kris Jenner hope to end their reality TV careers and move on to bigger and better things. More
It’s pretty commonly accepted that we all decry Sex and the City, now. It seems a bit like a relic of an earlier time (she was able to spend that much on clothes while working on one newspaper column? She was a columnist who did not know how to work e-mail?) And, gosh, that second movie was terrible. Really, really terrible. Basically only about buying stuff and making puns. So Emily Nussbaum‘s New Yorker piece on how it was actually a very good, progressive, feminist show is fascinating. More
Binge-watching television shows is an important life skill that should not be taken lightly. Depending on how many seasons you have to get through, it can be a Herculean task, and you will fail miserably if you don’t plan for the experience. Luckily, I am a champion at binge-watching, and I am here to walk you through it, step by step. More
Here’s the thing about Jenny McCarthy: she’s dangerous. She believes in dangerous, factually inaccurate medical ideas and giving her a platform is a huge mistake. More
Last year, we really criticized The Newsroom for pretty much only portraying manic pixie dream girls and completely inept women. We weren’t the only place to do so, so we thought that Sorkin might have really turned it around this season (because, as always bears repeating, The West Wing was a great show with great female characters). More
Remember when Joanna Lumley told women that they were inviting rape if they dressed badly? More
Are you approximately 700 years old, like me? Do you distinctly remember watching The Cosby Show as a kid? Let’s talk about that and the sweaters on it, because there’s a tournament to pick the best sweater going on right now. More
Just when you thought you knew all every single thing about Lena Dunham that it was possible for her to tell us in words or images, along comes another reminder that her generosity with personal info is infinite. Or should I say…bottomless? (I AM SORRY.) More
I have always said that we need much more representation of female characters in leading roles on television, specifically those who were artificially and accidentally inseminated. Well, Ben Silverman (of the Ugly Betty adaptation) and The CW have risen to the challenge and are adapting Venezuelan telenova Juana La Virgen for American audiences. Hooray! More
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Much to-do has been made over the fact that, in a recent episode of Mad Men, Megan Draper was wearing a t-shirt that looked exactly like Sharon Tate‘s. Sharon Tate, an aspiring actress who was pregnant at the time, got murdered, and this has made people decide that Megan is going to get murdered. Maybe she is. Maybe in the season finale of Mad Men every character is More
We all end up thinking that we’re characters on TV shows. Some women end up thinking that they’re Carrie Bradshaw, or, worse, Hannah Horvath. They are not. Even more ridiculously, some men in your life may think they are Don Draper. No. They are not Don Draper. They are maybe Pete Campbell. Here is why: More
Remember how in Arrested Devlopment Tobias Funke was afraid of being naked? The show – which is having a much anticipated 4th season Netflix starting May 26th – provided us with the term “Never Nude.” And it turns out it’s a real thing! More
There is a horrendously trollsome article up on internet man cave Thrillist right now detailing all the reasons why girls hate HBO’s award winning fantasy program Game Of Thrones. According to the ostensibly female writer, women hate Game Of Thrones because it’s got incest on it, it’s too complicated for our lady brains to follow, it is nerdy, it is full of naked women, and you have to watch men get their extremities cut off. Oh dear. More
Lucy Liu seems to think people see her only as “the emotionless Asian girl.” More