From The Secret Life of the American Teenager to Switched at Birth and The Fosters, Freeform is known for it’s … More
Tanya Saracho’s Vida is a celebration of authentic, and modern Latinx culture. Vida’s narrative and representation is essential in shaping … More
As March 24th approaches so does the season 4 premiere of One Day a Time on Pop Tv. I’m excited … More
Filled with dynamic Latinx characters, Gentefied, has quickly become one of my favorite binged shows on Netflix. The dramedy produced … More
This year, I’ve been excited to see many more women lead television programming (even Netflix has a category for it) but as a media critic, I can’t justify the addition of these shows or characters, when they are hindering the story or not contributing any sense of female empowerment. I hope one day we wouldn’t need a special category on Netflix, but until then, here are the folks who have created fantastic women characters and others that have failed in their attempt.