With International Women's Day approaching on March 8, it is the perfect time to revel in the power of women with a kickass TV show or movie.
So, let's get ready to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women ahead. Bonus: you won't even need to leave the house.
1. Orange Is The New Black
The Netflix original series Orange Is The New Black follows the complicated lives of women at Litchfield Correctional Facility. The powerful comedy explores issues of race, abuse, and sexuality through these hilarious and powerful women.
2. The Crown
The Crown is a historical drama television series that traces the romance and political rivalries of Queen Elizabeth II's reign and the events that shaped the second half of the 20th century.
3. Grace and Frankie
The hysterical series of a rivalry between Grace and Frankie delivers a powerhouse of women’s strength. When the two women find out their husbands are not just work partners, but have also been romantically involved, the ‘already not friends’ try to cope with the circumstances together.
Inspired by an incredible true story, GLOW gives audiences an inside look into the personal and professional lives of a group of women who take up pro wrestling in Los Angeles.
5.Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life
Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life is a comedy set nearly a decade after the finale of the original series, and follows Lorelai, Rory and Emily Gilmore back in Sleepy Hollow.
6. Stranger Things S2 (Millie Bobby Brown)
The thrilling Stranger Things S2 introduces a kick-ass new character 'Mad Max' Maxinne and sees heroine Eleven exploring her powers—and rocking a new hair cut.
7. Ali Wong: Baby Cobra
Ali Wong's hilarious stand up set devlves into her sexual adventures, the rocky road of pregnancy and her hot take on feminism.
A ruthless criminal threatens the West in search of a former gang member, finding himself in a mysterious town made up of almost entirely women.
9. Dear White People
The dramatic US TV series follows a group of students at a prestigious Ivy League university as they navigate of cultural bias, social injustice, misguided activism and slippery politics.
10. The OA
After vanishing from her home seven years ago, a young woman returns with mysterious new abilities and recruits five strangers for a secret mission.
11. House of Cards
In the final season of House of Cards, Kevin Spacey has been shafted and it's all about Robin Wright's formidable role as Claire Underwood. To prepare for show's end, catch up on the previous seasons of political drama, in which a congressman works with his equally devious wife to exact revenge on the people who betrayed him.
12. Cable Girls
Cable Girls is a Spanish period drama television about four women who work at the National Telephone Company. These women ring in the revolution as they manage romance, friendship and the modern workplace. You'll be hooked.