BY Elle Brosh
on Apr 11, 2014
Julia Louis-Dreyfus appears on the most recent cover of Rolling Stone Magazine wearing nothing but the preamble of the U.S Constitution - and perhaps a little more. Despite the misprinted John Hancock signature sitting right above Louis-Dreyfus's luminescent derriere, the image itself is rather shocking. At first I was a bit skeptical about the productiveness of Louis-Dreyfus's unexpected nudity, especially the photograph of a white-wigged fellow tattooing her lower back. Read More
Homeland's Carrie Mathison
TIME’s Eliana Dockterman has something to say about the seemingly empowered and independent female television characters in her essay “TV’s Strongest Female Characters Share One Stupid Flaw.”
While applauding the increased presence of female “DC fixers, CIA operatives, [and] revenge-seeking killers” in shows like Scandal, Homeland, and Revenge, Dockterman sees a pattern: each of the lady protagonists jeopardizes her career and her life for a man. Read More
BY Alanna Vagianos
on Sep 25, 2013
Julia Louis-Dreyfus' recent performance on Monday night's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" showcased just how good of an actress the Seinfeld and Veep star really is.
Apparently Kimmel enjoys pranking his viewers after he perfectly fooled the entire Internet a few months ago with his "Worst Twerk Fail EVER - Girl Catches On Fire!" video. (I found out about that video because a few dear friends forwarded it to me with the caption "This reminds me of you"). Read More
BY Katrina Pallop
on Jan 07, 2013
Just when you thought that the holidays had drawn to a close this year, HBO has announced that it has a few more gifts in store for its viewers. Over the next few months, the network will release a whole slew of DVD offerings. If you’re a fan of TV shows that feature strong, complex, and intelligent female leads, you should take care to mark your calendars for these upcoming DVD releases.
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