Celebrating Female Friendships on TV: Gilmore Girls

The news that Gilmore Girls is coming back for a new series (rumours say this autumn) on Netflix is such welcome news, and got me thinking about how Gilmore Girls is such a wonderful show about the complicated but ultimately positive relationships women share with...

‚ÄèCelebrating Female Friendships on TV: Gossip Girl

Caution: *spoilers* if you haven’t seen the series. ‏Gossip Girl (2007 Р2012) is a show about a group of privileged teenagers who live on the upper east side of New York. The show begins with Serena coming back to the city after a year away, and introduces...

Celebrating Female Friendships on TV: Grey’s Anatomy

‏*Warning spoilers ahead* ‏Grey’s Anatomy is a medical drama set in the fictional hospital of Seattle Grace (later renamed Grey Sloan Memorial) and begins with a group of five interns; Meredith, Christina, Izzy, George and Alex. We watch as these interns...

Celebrating Female Friendships on TV: Charmed

(Caution: *spoilers* if you haven’t seen the series) ‏Charmed was a TV show that ran from 1998-2006 about three sister witches who, once reconnected by returning to their childhood home, receive their magical powers (telekinesis, the power to freeze time, and...

Celebrating Female Friendships on TV: Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation is an ensemble mockumentary style comedy set in a small town in Indiana. The crux of the show is Leslie Knope, played by Amy Poehler, who is determined, smart and enthusiastic about her low level government job. The characters that work with her...

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