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Why ‘Scandal’ Fans Need Olivia Pope More Than Ever

In what may be the final season of ABC’s Scandal, fans of the show may want to tune in. Since the shocking finale last spring, the US has gone through a change.  When Scandal’s sixth season debuts on January 19th, the country will be just days from swearing in Donald Trump as our 45th president. […]

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Brenda Strong: “Supporting Women Who are in Need of Care via Planned Parenthood is Important”

Emmy-nominated actress, Brenda Strong, is no stranger to Hollywood. Since making her first television appearance on the popular 80’s hospital drama “St. Elsewhere,” the Oregon native has continued to grace our screens for the last three decades appearing in over 100 film and television roles. Best known for her role as Mary Alice Young in […]

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Julianne Nicholson Brings Another Strong Female Character to TV in Crime Drama ‘Eyewitness’

Julianne Nicholson is no stranger to the strong female character in a script. Best known for her role as Detective Megan Wheeler on Dick Wolf’s “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,“  Nicholson has now taken on Sheriff Helen Torrance in USA’s new crime drama “Eyewitness.” Nicholson seems to be naturally drawn to this type of character, […]

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Chelsea Handler and Netflix Continue to Bring “Girl Power” to Subscribers

This Wednesday’s (10/26) episode of Chelsea is full of girl power. The always blunt and funny Chelsea Handler welcomed singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor, actress and philanthropist Priyanka Chopra, and Utah senate hopeful Misty K. Snow. The fast paced Netflix original streams in 190 countries and has recently been signed for a second season with 20 episodes […]

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Annie Potts On Sexism, Ageism, ‘Designing Women,’ and Special Needs Children

Known for her roles as Janine in the “Ghostbusters” movies, Iona in the cult classic “Pretty in Pink,” and of course, Mary Jo Shively from the groundbreaking ’80s sitcom “Designing Women,” Annie Potts has graced households for over 40 years. Her career has brought her many great acting opportunities on television, film, and stage. All of […]

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Kari Wahlgren: Love Your Inner Dork

Kari Wahlgren may not get recognized every day on the street, but you’re hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t heard her voice through their television speakers at one time or another. Currently a featured regular in Nickelodeon’s hit show “The Fairly Odd Parents” as ‘Chloe Carmichael’ and in Adult Swim’s “Rick and Morty” as ‘Jessica,’ […]

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Sherri Saum on Same Sex Couples, ‘The Fosters,’ and Social Issues

Sherri Saum cares deeply about the social-impacting storylines portrayed on her current television show, “The Fosters.” Saum stars as the kind Lena Adams Foster on the Freeform, formally ABC Family, hit which debuted in 2013. Unlike many teen-geared television shows, “The Fosters” prides itself on tackling difficult and emotional social issues, such as same sex […]

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Erin and Sara Foster on Hit VH1 Show “Barely Famous”

We caught up with Erin and Sara Foster who created and star in VH1’s hit televisions show “Barely Famous.” The second season of “Barely Famous” just aired, featuring six episodes of hilarious parodies of reality TV and Hollywood lifestyles. With its unique and satirical structure, this docu-comedy is definitely one to watch. Erin and Sara […]

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Jen Kirkman Talks Comedy and Growing Into Yourself

You may know Jen Kirkman from a variety of places, from her regular appearances on shows like “Chelsea Lately” and “Drunk History” to her best-selling books and hit stand-up specials. Her latest special, “I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine),” was adapted from her Netflix performance into her third comedy album, out today. Kirkman’s style of comedy […]

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Lea DeLaria Talks ‘Orange is the New Black’ and Diversity in Television

Inspirer is celebrating inspirational and influential women in film with in-depth interviews. This project will share the stories behind the trailblazers and pioneers who paved the way for females in the arts.  Lea DeLaria is having a moment. With a multi-faceted career that spans multiple decades as an actor, comedian, and jazz musician, DeLaria is […]

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