Inside 'Godless,' the Gritty Netflix Western About a Town with No Men
Merritt Wever, the star of Netflix's new limited series, opens up about playing tough in a town run by women and being wary of men in Hollywood.
Kristen Yoonsoo Kim
Why Some Anxious People Find Comfort in Horror Movies
It may not make sense, but some people with anxiety disorders–myself included—love nothing more than calming down with a terrifying film. I talked to researchers to find out why.
'Stranger Things 2' and the Shadow Monster of Masculinity
With the great ego-demolishing men of Hawkins, Indiana, "Stranger Things 2" offers a disarming spectrum of masculinity and its many-tentacled harms.
We Asked Veronica Mars Fans Why We Need a Reboot. 'Men Are Trash,' They Said
After Kristen Bell called for a "Veronica Mars" revival, superfans of the 2000s cult drama told Broadly why the rape survivor and private investigator is the hero we need today.
'BoJack Horseman' Offers One of the Best Portrayals of Adoptees on TV
In its fourth season, Netflix’s "BoJack Horseman" tackles adoption with nuance and a characteristic knack for bucking stereotypes.
Let Amy Sedaris Be Your Delightfully Deranged Home Ec Teacher
On "At Home with Amy," the comedian tackles domestic imperfection and pays homage to 1950's women's shows by teaching us how to make lampshades out of hair.
The Real Problem with Hollywood's Depiction of Herpes
A brief history of unfunny and inaccurate representations of herpes—a virus that the majority of the population lives with.
Britni De La Cretaz
Why the Best Female Masturbation Scenes on TV Are the Boring Ones
Popular shows created by women like "Broad City," "Insecure," and "Fleabag" are revealing a new side of masturbation.
Megyn Kelly's Horrible Show Is Perversely Gratifying to Watch
The tone-deaf gaffes and unrelenting chaos on 'Megyn Kelly Today,' coupled with the host's history of racist, anti-women rhetoric, will likely secure the show's destiny as a camp classic.
How to Make Good TV About Eating Disorders, According to Survivors
In the wake of Netflix's "To the Bone" and the new BBC3 series "Overshadowed," women with EDs tell us how they want pop culture to portray their illness.
'The Deuce' Gets Sex Work Right Because They Actually Talked to Sex Workers
The HBO show invited sex workers and advocates to the writing room and hired female directors.
The Lesbian Couple Embarking on a Comedy Tour to Burst the 'Liberal Bubble'
Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher are out and proud wives on a mission to connect with audiences in rural areas resembling their hometowns.
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