If you, like me, grew up in the West, did you see yourself in any of these magical tales?
Representations of parenthood, especially motherhood, on TV are slowly beginning to realize that not everyone is sure about the choice to reproduce.
The quirky new show portrays chronic illness in a way that is respectful, accurate, and sorely needed in the TV landscape.
For brown people, this childhood classic is everyday life.
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" took a baby step in diversifying the Potter-verse, but for it and the rest of the industry, there's a ways to go.
Esteemed directors Musker and Clements have finally cracked the modern heroine code by sticking to a pure story and laying off the hacky princess jokes.
Whether you want to avoid spending time with your family or need something to help you unwind from the year, these shows have got you covered.
You won't believe you've never heard the story of Dorothy Vaughan, Mary Jackson, and Katherine Johnson before.
Wow, there are some really uncomfortable parallels between what just happened in the U.S. and what happened on "Battlestar Galactica."