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Cardcaptor Sakura Is Back Just When We Need Her Most

What we need, in 2018, is Sakura Kinomoto, and thanks to the brand new Clear Card chapter in the Cardcaptor Sakura saga that premiered this month on Crunchyroll, that’s exactly what we’ve got!

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Go Into Your Weekend Amped for Season 2 of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale

I was already excited for Season 2 of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale after a breathtaking Season 1. However, after seeing these newly released first images, I'm even more giddy. Strap in, folks. We're going back to Gilead.

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This Awesome Megan Ganz Thread About Dan Harmon Is a Master Class in Apologies and Forgiveness

Very often, we talk about the apologies that are less than adequate. The ones that fall short. Thankfully, we have an example today of an apology that was actually done well. What's more, we have the recipient of that apology modeling forgiveness beautifully. Sometimes, the Internet can actually be a nice and hopeful place.

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Olivia Pope and Annalise Keating Could Be in the Same Room, and I Think I’m Gonna Die

Scandal's Olivia Pope and How to Get Away With Murder's Annalise Keating are two of the most powerful and fascinating women on television right now, played beautifully by Kerry Washington and Viola Davis, respectively. Wouldn't it be amazing if they could share screen time? Well, this might not be as far-fetched as we thought!

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If You Were Planning on Being an Abusive, Sexist Predator in Hollywood, Its Women Say #TIMESUP

The end of 2017 was all about expressing solidarity and speaking truth to power in the realm of Hollywood sexism and abuse. 2018 is all about taking action. You thought there was a reckoning before? It's only just started. For those who would abuse, prey on, or otherwise demean or diminish women in any industry: time's up.

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Lena Waithe’s New Showtime Series The Chi Already Looks Like a Must-Watch

Ever since I first got to know her work on Master of None, especially the awesomeness that was the Emmy-winning "Thanksgiving" episode, which she co-wrote with show creator, Aziz Ansari, I've been down for anything Lena Waithe-related. Well now, she's got her own show coming to Showtime, and it looks amazing! Check out the trailer after the jump!

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Chewing Gum Is Coming Back For Season 3! Praise Beyoncé

A couple of months ago, rumors were flying about that the E4 show, Chewing Gum staring Michaela Coel and Susie Wokoma, was not going to be returning for a third season. Turns out those are lies.

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Clea DuVall Joins Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale For Juicy Season 2 Role

One of the great things about The Handmaid's Tale having a second season is that, in addition to expanding on the story told in the novel (Season 1 ends with the end of the book), there's a greater opportunity for more awesome, female performers to get involved. In the first announcement of new casting for the upcoming season, we hear that Clea DuVall is joining this cast of badass women for Season 2.

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The OA‘s Brit Marling Shines a Light on the “Economics of Consent”

Brit Marling, creator and star of Netflix's The OA among other works, has written an insightful piece on the "economics of consent."

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“YEAH I’M FUCKING SURE”: Ilana Glazer Fired Sexual Harassers from Broad City

Ilana Glazer revealed that she fired two Broad City staffers for sexual harassment, because "getting sexually harassed seems to be a constant, but having the opportunity to do something about it is rare."

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Hollywood is Rife With Sexual Harassment, Now What? Some Proposed Solutions and Actions

We've read the scandalous news stories, the op-eds, and the think-pieces (we've even written some). We've stood in solidarity with those who've told their stories, and we've vowed that, despite the fact that Hollywood has been a hostile place toward women basically since its inception, that this time is different. This time, we're actually going to do something about this. So, what is Hollywood doing?

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Samantha Bee’s Penis PSA Is Good Business Advice for Terrible Men

"Your dick is objectively the worst thing about you."

With so many prominent, powerful men being accused of sexual assault and harassment, Samantha Bee has some advice for other men who are worried that they, too, will face similar accusations. Starting with "don't masturbate in front of your colleagues."

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Here’s What It’s Really Like to Be a Woman in the Entertainment Industry

These frank testimonials may ring familiar with women in many other industries, too.

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Strangers: One of the Best Shows on Television Is Actually on Facebook

Despite the inherent benefit of being able to clog our timelines with their videos, Facebook has been strangely ineffective with marketing their new streaming platform. Or at least, that's what I'm gathering from number of people I've heard discussing the site's show Strangers, which is close to zero. That's unfortunate, because Strangers is hands down one of the very best new shows this fall.

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Amy Sherman-Palladino Is Back With a New Amazon Show, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

I still haven't watched the pilot episode for Amy Sherman-Palladino's new Amazon show, even though it's been available online for months. This trailer (which is NSFW due to a whole lot of beautiful cursing) has made me realize what a regretful oversight that was on my part.

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Women Will Rule Westworld Season 2, and Other “Worlds” Will Be Explored

Westworld is one of my favorite shows that debuted last year, making the long wait for a second season damn near excruciating. However, as showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy continue to make appearances, we're getting more and more information to piece together that paint a picture of what we can expect.

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5 Spoiler-Free Reasons Why We Can’t Wait for The Good Place to Return Tonight

NBC's The Good Place returns tonight for Season Two. I was already really forking excited for the show to pick back up, but then just last night I did a binge rewatch with a friend who had never seen it and it reminded me all of the reasons why I love it so very much.

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EMMYS 2017: Heaven Is a Place on Earth As “San Junipero” Takes Home the Best Everything

We were thinking it might be a long-shot, but once Charlie Brooker took home the Outstanding Writing for a TV Movie or Limited Series Emmy tonight, it started to seem a little more possible. And then it happened! "San Junipero" won the Emmy for Outstanding TV Movie!

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Emmys 2017: Lena Waithe Becomes First Black Woman to Win Comedy Writing Emmy

We've been huge fans of Netflix's Master of None for a while now, and Season 2 of the show topped the first! One big reason why is the episode "Thanksgiving," a personal episode written by show co-star and writer, Lena Waithe. Well, tonight she made history, winning the Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series along with Aziz Ansari, and becoming the first black woman to win a comedy writing Emmy!

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Looking to Be Inspired AF? Look No Further Than the Amazing Women on These Time Magazine Covers

Time Magazine's latest project shines a spotlight on 46 remarkable, contemporary women who've achieved greatness and some astonishing firsts.

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