A few days ago, I was skimming through my planner and realized that I watched a lot of dope animated shows this year. I love animated series because I get to see how far the creatives in the studio pushed their limits from the art style to the storytelling. If you have been searching for recommendations, here are the series I got to experience this year in no particular order:
After eight seasons of love triangles, supernatural deaths, doppelgangers, and powerful enemies, The Vampire Diaries came to an end last night.
Based on Lynn Povich’s book with the same title, Good Girls Revolt revolves around the class-action gender discrimination case against Newsweek in the 1970s. Povich and 45 other women won the groundbreaking case, yet women are still being degraded almost four decades later. The series also explores the themes of racism, addiction, domestic violence, reproductive rights, sexism, and misogyny.
Season two of Jane the Virgin premieres October 12, 2015 at 9pm on the CW network. Why am I blogging about this TV show? It’s changed a lot on how shows are done, and I have to give the writers credit for how well the story is told.
After 53 years of entertaining the Latinx community on Saturday nights, Don Francisco gave his final goodbye on Sabádo Gigante. He signed off leaving many with the memories of previous episodes. It was an emotional night for Don Francisco, his family, the cast, crew, and fans.
SAG-AFTRA is the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. It is a union that negotiates contracts for broadcasters to work in safe environments and for them to get paid the right wages.