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Empowering Our Screens: TV Shows to Watch this Women’s History Month

As Women’s History Month unfolds, we've curated a list of empowering TV shows that go beyond entertainment, delving into the complexities of modern life, societal expectations, and the triumphs of women across different backgrounds. From thought-provoking dramas to witty comedies, each series offers a unique perspective on women’s experiences. Let's celebrate Women’s History Month by adding these impactful shows to our watchlists and embracing the diverse stories that contribute to women’s history. 


  • "Little Fires Everywhere" | Watch on Amazon Prime Video 

Based on Celeste Ng's novel, this series dives into the intricate web of race, class, and privilege in suburban America. An engaging narrative that sparks conversations about societal complexities. 

  • "Call the Midwife" | Watch on BBC iPlayer 

Set in post-war East London, this series unfolds the lives of midwives navigating healthcare challenges and societal expectations. A heartfelt portrayal of resilience and compassion in the face of adversity. 

  • "She's Gotta Have It" | Watch on Netflix 

Spike Lee's TV adaptation follows the life and relationships of Nola Darling, a young artist challenging stereotypes. A bold exploration of identity, art, and societal expectations in a dynamic narrative.

  • "Fleabag" | Watch on Amazon Prime Video, BBC iPlayer 

A critically acclaimed comedy-drama delving into the complexities of a modern woman's life in London. Join the journey of self-discovery, relationships, and navigating grief with humour and depth.

  • "Insecure" | Watch on NOW TV 

Issa Rae's series navigates the experiences of two Black women in Los Angeles, addressing themes of friendship, career, and relationships. A fresh perspective on the nuances of modern life.

  • "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" | Watch on Amazon Prime Video 

Set in the 1950s and 1960s, this series follows Miriam "Midge" Maisel's pursuit of a stand-up comedy career, challenging societal expectations. A delightful blend of humour, ambition, and breaking barriers.

  • "The Handmaid's Tale" | Watch on Amazon Prime Video 

Based on Margaret Atwood's novel, this dystopian series explores a society where women face extreme oppression. An impactful narrative sparking crucial conversations about autonomy and power.

  • "My Brilliant Friend" | Watch on NOW TV 

A captivating series based on Elena Ferrante's novels, tracing the intricate friendship between two women in post-war Italy. Explore the complexities of life, love, and enduring bonds. 


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