International Women’s Day: 7 new TV shows to watch that will empower and inspire
On this International Women’s Day, there is plenty to watch on television that tells incredible stories about, for and by women. Check out the list of brand new TV shows to watch to celebrate this special day…
This International Women’s Day, why not take the opportunity to celebrate and recognize not only the women in your life, but also women around the world? It is the day to celebrate empowerment, equality and all that women have achieved throughout history to the present day, and to recognize the important journey that many still face.
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However you choose to mark the day, there’s something about watching inspiring movies or TV shows that can be both uplifting and empowering. We’ve put together a list of brand new content that has been launched recently for you to enjoy.
Whether it’s a documentary exploring the life and career of one of the most successful women in music history, or a gripping documentary series that chronicles how three women fought against a notorious scammer on Tinder – these shows all share the goal of powerful women in the foreground. Good viewing!
WATCH: Are you ready for Killing Eve Season 4?
Available on BBC/BBCAmerica
When Kill Eve First debuting in 2018, Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer have become one of television’s most powerful couples. Villanelle and Eve are back for one last ride as the cat-and-mouse duo no one expected to support at first. The final season sees the two back and forth once more – but will they finally get their happy ending?
The names behind the camera are no less iconic, with each season providing a new pen behind. Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge worked on the first season, while Emerald Fennell took over in the second season. Suzanne Heathcote directed the third series, and for the final offering, Sex Education writer Laura Neal is boss – and we can’t wait.
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Sandra Oh is back as Eve Polastri
The Tinder scammer
Available on Netflix
On hearing about The Tinder scammer for the first time, you might think – why is this stimulating? A prolific scammer uses Tinder to cheat women for lack of money, security and trust? But the story goes beyond that. As the synopsis indicates, The Tinder scammer documents how a woman wanted to take control of the situation.
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“When Cecilie meets a handsome billionaire playboy, she can’t believe it when he turns out to be the man of her dreams. But dreams aren’t real and when she finds out that this international businessman is not who he claims he is, it’s too late, he took her for everything.
“Where this fairy tale ends, a revenge thriller begins. Cecilie discovers her other targets and once they regroup, they are no longer victims: THE TINDER SINDLER meets its match.”
The Tinder Swindler is now on Netflix
Available on Sky Documentaries and NOW
The Janet Jackson documentary sparked a lot of discussion when it was announced – and now all four episodes are available to watch in full. The series explores the personal life and historic career of one of modern music’s most iconic performers.
Not only was Janet a pioneer in her sound, but also in the cultural empowerment of women around the world. Many female artists now look to her as the role model – this one is not to be missed.
Janet is a powerful watch
Available now on Netflix
sweet magnolias is the perfect show that celebrates the value and importance of female friendships. The lighthearted romantic drama was comfort television at its finest when it released in 2020 and season two promises much the same.
The new episodes will reunite viewers with Maddie Townsend, Dana Sue Sullivan and Helen Decatur to explore what happens next. It picks up right where the first left off, so it’ll be like they never left.
Are you a fan of Sweet Magnolias?
I am Georgina
Available now on Netflix
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most powerful sportsmen in the world, but you might not know his partner Georgina as well. This Netflix documentary seeks to change that by introducing us to the model, businesswoman and influencer – who also happens to be the mother of their daughter, Alana Martina.
The synopsis describes the show as a “A moving, in-depth portrait of the woman behind the covers, photos, stories and headlines.
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“Soy Georgina will reveal to us all aspects of her life, from the most public and well-known to the most personal. We will live with her her daily life, her motherhood, her relationship, her travels, her evenings. .. We will learn who Georgina Rodríguez really is.”
Have you seen I Am Georgina?
And just like that…
Available now on Sky Comedy, NOW and HBO Max
Throughout the 90s, sex and the city was the go-to show for young single and professional women – making it one of the most popular television shows of all time. So when Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte returned for a reboot (not to mention the two in-between movies, of course), fans were thrilled.
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Although it was bittersweet without Kim Cattrall’s Samantha Jones retaliating, it seems And just like that was welcomed with open arms. There’s even talk of a round two, so now’s the perfect time to catch up if you missed it!
Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie in And Just Like That…
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Available now on Prime Video
In another decade you can find The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. For those unaware, the series tells the story of Miriam ‘Midge’ Maisel, an aspiring comedian who pursues her dreams in New York City. It’s been a few years since we’ve had Miriam on screen, but season four should be our best yet.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel recently returned for season four
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