Shows like Amazon’s “Transparent” can confirm that we are not alone, and that it is possible to thrive rather than merely survive.
Pop culture this fall seems obsessed with the idea that women should stay away from the Internet for their own good and the good of others.
Creating an all-female sports talk show is not a substitute for getting more women, and men with a greater diversity of opinions, on sports broadcasts.
Television is finally getting over the adolescent idea that sex is just about showing off women’s bodies.
After a summer of protest in Ferguson, ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine,’ set a world away, continues to poke holes in vainglorious, violent ideas of what it means to be good at police work.
Cartoon Network is trying to integrate its social responsibility efforts into its existing programing, rather than letting the messages overwhelm the media.
As “The Good Wife” brings Lemond Bishop to the floor, it is interesting to consider him as a counterpoint to Stringer Bell from “The Wire.”
The network star gets to solidify his liberal, rebel credentials, and ESPN has a chance to appeal to apolitical sports fans.
Shonda Rhimes bolsters Olivia Pope’s feminist credentials while distracting the audience with new monstrosities.