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Unbreakable_kimmy_schmidt_cult_a_former_cult_member_on_what_the_show_gets. For most viewers who stream the new Netflix show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, the story line will be an unfamiliar peek into what it’s like to emerge into the world after living in an underground doomsday cult.


But for me, having grown up in an apocalyptic cult, which cut me off from the world completely until I was 14, it’s all too familiar. While there may be some plot points that are structurally incongruent, there are important details that are strikingly spot-on. Set in rural Indiana in the time of viral YouTube videos, officers raid an underground bunker while four women inside, known as the “mole women,” cheerfully chant, “Apocalypse, apocalypse, we caused it by our dumbness,” to the tune of “Oh, Christmas Tree.” 11 nouvelles séries à regarder selon vos séries cultes préférées. Agent Carter. Reconsidering the Feminism of Joss Whedon. The facts are these: Joss Whedon is lauded as being one of the most forward-thinking show creators and writers currently wielding his craft today.

Reconsidering the Feminism of Joss Whedon

The famous exchange between Whedon and a reporter – Why do you write these strong female characters? Because you’re still asking me that question – is bandied around the internet on a frequent basis. Can a show about murdering women actually be feminist? The endless parade of serial-killer dramas on TV today raises an uncomfortable question: What does it mean that we as a society seem to find violence against women endlessly entertaining?

Can a show about murdering women actually be feminist?

”The Fall,” a BBC2 series now streaming on Netflix, forces us to take a hard look at ourselves as viewers and what we like — and makes the powerful point that killers who target women aren’t as deep or interesting as other shows make them seem. At first glance, the show might look like “Law & Order: SVU,” or pretty much any murder series of the last decade.

A man, a grief counselor, married with two adorable kids, cannot control his urges to hurt and control women. Can Broad City Rape Rape Culture? Throwing it out there: I have for sure fallen asleep during sex before.

Can Broad City Rape Rape Culture?

I don't mean this in a "oh WHAT, now every time you fuck a passed out person you're a RAPIST??? " way cause, duh, so many things wrong with that statement. How a Nickelodeon Cartoon Became One of the Most Powerful, Subversive Shows of 2014. A show for kids that aired its final season entirely online may not only be the most subversive television event of the year, but it could have the power to change children’s TV forever.

How a Nickelodeon Cartoon Became One of the Most Powerful, Subversive Shows of 2014

Yes, really. Last night Nickelodeon aired the finale of the animated spin-off series The Legend of Korra, bringing a nine-year journey that started with Avatar: The Last Airbender to a close. But perhaps “aired” is the wrong word. Because, in an unprecedented move, Nickelodeon pulled The Legend of Korra off TV earlier this year and screened almost the entire last two seasons online only. That’s right, something called The Legend of Korra, an adventure show about teenagers with the supernatural ability to manipulate the elements, pushed the envelope so far it got yanked from TV. 'Transparent' Trailer. Here's What You Need To Know Before 'Girls' Returns.

HBO's "Girls" returns for its fourth season on Sunday, where we'll see Hannah pursing writing outside of New York City for the first time.

Here's What You Need To Know Before 'Girls' Returns

A lot happened last season, from Hannah's editor suddenly dropping dead to beach house dances to a drunk and honest Shoshanna rant. To catch you up before the Season 4 premiere, here's where all the girls left off: SheZow S01E01 SheZow Happens & Coldfinger. Real Humans. Äkta människor (English title: Real Humans) is a 2012 Swedish science fiction/drama series set in an alternate near-future version of Sweden where consumer-level humanoid robot workers and servants are widespread.

Real Humans

The series follows the resulting emotional effects on two families as well as the trials of a group of robots who have attained free will and want their freedom from human ownership. It premiered on SVT 1 on 22 January 2012. The series was written by Lars Lundström and directed by Harald Hamrell and Levan Akin.[1] As of 2013, the series has been sold to about 50 countries, including Australia, France, Germany, and South Korea.[2] A second season of ten episodes premiered on SVT1 in October 2013. In April 2013 the "Real Humans" official Facebook page posted a message that Lars Lundström is currently writing the third series, but as of August 2014, SVT is yet to officially announce whether the series will be renewed for a third season. 4 Reasons Why I'm Not Watching the HBO Show <i>Girls </i>This Season 

A lot of people rave about the HBO show Girls; I read many articles about how good the show is and about the amazing quality of the writing.

4 Reasons Why I'm Not Watching the HBO Show <i>Girls </i>This Season 

I tried, I mean really tried to get into the show. I have watched it from the beginning and before each and every episode, I would think, "Okay, I'm going to like this show! " But the episode would end and I just wasn't feeling it. As the next season premiere approaches, I will be making the choice not to watch it. Why, you ask? J’ai re(re)vu l’intégrale de «Buffy contre les vampires» Orphan Black. Transparent (TV series) Transparent is an American comedy-drama internet television series produced by Amazon Studios that debuted on February 6, 2014.[1] The series was created and directed by Jill Soloway.

Transparent (TV series)

The story revolves around a Los Angeles family and their lives following the discovery that father Mort (Jeffrey Tambor) is transgender.[2] It was picked for a full season by Amazon Studios on March 12, 2014[3] which premiered in full on September 26, 2014.[4] On October 9, 2014, Transparent was renewed for a second season, which will be released in 2015.[5] Main. 'Transparent' Trailer. Shoulder to Shoulder. The book documents the lives and works of some of Britain's leading suffragettes.

Shoulder to Shoulder

It includes many excerpts from their speeches, diaries, letters, memoirs, other writings and various newspaper cuttings, photographs, and cartoons.[6] References[edit] External links[edit] Shoulder to Shoulder at the Internet Movie Database. The 12 Most Feminist TV Shows Of 2014: Because We All Deserve A Dose of Girl Power at Its Finest.

With a brand new year almost upon us, it’s time for TV-obsessed fans such as ourselves to look back and reflect on all that has happened in the television industry throughout the passing year. And boy-oh-boy, what a year it has been, especially for the vast array of equally dynamic and diverse female characters. That’s right, folks, 2014 has produced some of the best TV shows for women the world has ever seen before — highlighting strong, independent ladies we’ve all come to admire and respect. Basically, what I’m trying to say here is that there are a ton of shows out there more than worthy of your time. So if you have yet to see any of these series — whether they’ve been on the air for years or only a few months — trust me when I tell you they are must-see gems that deserve top priority on your New Year’s binge-watching list.

Buffy contre les vampires. My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is a children's[2] animated television series produced by Hasbro Studios in the United States (for scripts) and at DHX Media's studio located in Vancouver (for animation; formerly known as Studio B Productions).

The series, based on Hasbro's My Little Pony line of toys and animated works, is intended for girls age two through 11 and considered to be the fourth generation (G4) of the My Little Pony franchise, following earlier lines and television show tie-ins in the 1980s and 1990s.[3] The series premiered on October 10, 2010, on The Hub, later rebranded as the Hub Network, an American pay television channel partly owned by Hasbro. The show ended its fourth season with a two-part season finale, which premiered on May 10, 2014; a fifth season is planned for the 2015 television season,[4] and will be the first season to air on the rebranded Hub Network now known as Discovery Family.

Origin Production. 27 Reasons Darla Is The Best Vampire In The Buffyverse. Les Urbains de Minuit. On Girls, Adam, Rape, and Consent. Is Adam on Girls a rapist? I don't know. But does he care an appropriate amount about his partner's consent? Nope! No, he does not — and his disturbing encounter with Natalia on this week's episode is not the first time we've seen that in action. Xander Harris Has Masculinity Issues. Buffy, Xander, and consent. So I’ve been watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer for the first time, and I’ve made it most of the way through season two.

Yesterday I got to “Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered,” and I have thoughts. Quick summary: Xander wants revenge on his ex-girlfriend for dumping him at the Valentine’s Day dance, so he blackmails a witch into making a love potion so he can reject her. The love spell backfires, and every single woman on the show becomes completely obsessed with him to the point of violence, including Buffy.

#WhyBuffyStayed: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Riley, and the Cycle of Abuse. [Content warning: discussions of abuse and sexual violence.] It shouldn’t have to be necessary for someone to punch his girlfriend in the head with enough force to render her unconscious in order for domestic violence to be a part of the national conversation, but, unfortunately, it is. One of the more visible manifestations of the dialogue surrounding former Baltimore Ravens’ running back Ray Rice and his abuse of then-fiancée (now wife) Janay was the hashtag #WhyIStayed, in which people shared their stories of why they stayed in abusive relationships.