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Where Did the Black Action Heroine Go?

Who has inherited the legacy of Pam Grier?

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Here’s Hoping The L Word Lives Up to Its Promise of a “More Inclusive” Reboot

2004's The L Word, which ran on Showtime for six seasons, was revolutionary for being the first mainstream TV show that focused exclusively on a group of queer women, their lives and loves. However, it wasn't a perfect show by any stretch of the imagination (and I'm not just talking about the sudden careening into Murder-Mystery Town). However, creator Ilene Chaiken promised that its next iteration will be better on the inclusion front.

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Meagan Good Could Be This Generation’s Foxy Brown for Hulu and I’m Not Sure How I Feel About This

"A chick with drive who don't take no jive."

Remember the 1974 blaxploitation classic Foxy Brown with Pam Grier? Well, it looks like Hulu is bringing the character back for a TV series starring Meagan Good and this could either be very good or terrible.

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Bounce TV’s Blaxploitation Movie Subscription Service, Brown Sugar, Is ‘Like Netflix, Only Blacker’

In the mood for some Foxy Brown but don't know where to find it? Jonesing for a little Black Caesar? Do you not have a clue about any of this? Well, by golly, this post is for you!

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Hollywood Chooses Newbie Action Star Gina Carano To Headline Female Expendables Film

i swear by my pretty floral bonnet i will end you

In a surprising announcement, the folks making that Expendables-inspired action film starring women instead of men, have chosen Haywire star and former MMA fighter, Gina Carano to lead the cast. Interesting.

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