If you haven't watched or heard about this show, where have you been this year? Soul shaking and impactful in many ways Michaela Coel gives us all a lesson on constent, self acceptance, discovery and reality.
1950s, an orphan girl, chess. Even if you have no clue about chess you will be fixed to the screen following her journey, her highs, and her lows and the way she navigates a hard life, a male dominated world, addictions and her incredible talent.
The TV Show Killing Eve is a funny, bloody thriller. About two women who are lethally possessed with each other, you will see what happens when a spy tracks down a stylish assassin. The roles switch and the hunter will be the hunted.
This TV Show is based on the true story of the life of Madam C.J. Walker. An African American washerwoman who builds her own beauty empire out of poverty and becomes the first female self-made millionaire. What is not to love?
The drama series is about the life of Katherine. A fiercely independent single mom who juggles with her career, her teen daughter, her sensible and doting boyfriend and her daughter’s impulsive father. If you already know and love Katherine from her stand up shows you are going to love it, if you don't already you are going to become obssesed, like the rest of us!
This is an Indian web television series, directed by Anu Menon and Nupur Asthana. The series follows the story of four unapologetically flawed women in millenial Mumbai as they go through love, mistakes and discovering through friendship and shots of tequila what really makes them tick.
This series is based on the book Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman by Lindy West. Shrill depicts an overweight woman who wants to change her life but not her shape. She wants to begin her career while juggling her perfectionist boss, her bad boyfriend and her sick parent. The series advocates definitely for body positivity.
The series is about the struggle of American feminists for the equality amendment to the American Constitution in the 1970s. The focus is on those women who were at the forefront of the fight for equality at the time.
I haven't watched it myself but I got a lot of amazing reviews (on the other hand Gloria Steinem herself doesn't like it.) I recommend in any case reading about it, that itself is really thought provoking.
Grace and Frankies’ lives are turning upside down when they reveal the secret of their husbands. Their husbands who are lawyers have been secretly having an affair with each other for years. They want to marry, but therefore they must divorce their wives.
My Brilliant Friend is a drama television series created by Saverio Costanzo starring two resilient and strong best friends and exploring the complicated intensity of female friendship in a difficult time in Naples. The books are incredible, the first season is incredible and I genuinely can't wait to dive in this one!
Warrior Nun is an action and adventure program. After the orphaned teen wakes up in a mortuary, she discovers her superpowers. The girl is the chosen Halo-Bearer for a secret sect of demon-hunting nuns.
(I haven't watched it yet but you recommended it and it is now in my list)
This drama series follows four strangers. A woman on the run, a courageous refugee, an impelled bureaucrat and a struggling father. They meet at an Australian immigration detention center and their intertwined journeys begin.
Away is a drama series about the commander Emma Green, played by Hilary Swank. She leaves her daughter and husband to lead an international crew of astronauts on a life-threatening three-year mission to Mars.