Usher, shown speaking in 2019 at an event hosted by the nonprofit he started, and two other celebrities shot five episodes of the canceled series.
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The producers are recasting the show as a documentary. The original version would have done more harm than good for the causes being showcased, two scholars argue.
How did ‘Indian Matchmaking,’ a show that hinges on regressive principles of caste and colourism, not to mention flippant misogyny, land itself an Emmy nomination?
To witness South Asian representation on a global platform is liberating, but what one is being represented for is of more importance, if not the most.
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish women have started telling their own stories via social media, challenging television’s sometimes one-sided depictions of their lives.
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The #MyOrthodoxLife movement challenges both mainstream and ultra-Orthodox media to tell more nuanced and complex stories about Jewish women.
Ebuka Obi-Uchendu is the host of the popular reality TV show, Big Brother Naija.
Big Brother Naija has a strong hold on the Nigerian public. Why?
Our research shows what valuable followers fume about.
There is little language for sex acts that aren’t going all the way, the full shebang, doing it…
We fall for people based on appearance, kindness and wealth. It’s not as simple as removing one part of the equation.
Not so funny: a male Love Island contestant said he disliked ‘fake’ women.
A woman’s right to use fillers and have plastic surgery was a topic of discussion on the show after a male contestant alluded that he found women who used such enhancements ‘fake’.
It’s not just the drama that gets people to tune in every night
Sang celebrates self-deprecation and negative emotions, its followers catapulted the unlikely and unenthusiastic singer to the finale of a Chinese boy band show.
Instead of feeling ashamed about our guilty pleasures, it is time to understand how they really work
In the 13 years the show has been on the air, the Kardashians have become a cultural juggernaut shaping culture as we know it.
Action-packed police procedurals can often give audiences the false impression that violent crime excuses the excessive use of force by police.
Television shows about police often perpetuate false narratives about violent crime that excuse police violence.
This week’s landmark legal decision opens a can of worms for television networks.
A landmark ruling that ordered the Seven Network pay a reality TV star compensation could have far-reaching implications for other productions and workplaces.
When Dirty Dancing is reduced to its dance sequences, the powerful politics of the film are erased.
Dirty Dancing’s dance sequences are stand-alone properties, famous in their own right. But when they’re considered in isolation, the film’s messy class, race and gender politics are sidelined.
The RuPaul crew for Drag Race UK.
What started as a showcase for America’s drag queens is fast becoming a global sensation.
Astrophysicist Matt Agnew is looking for love on the Bachelor Australia.
Matt Agnew is on the hunt for love as star of the new Bachelor Australia series. But whoever he picks (and he already has, apparently) will have to compete with TESS. So who, or what, is TESS?
The show – and the public’s reaction – can tell us a huge amount about how ideas about love and romance have changed over the centuries.
The dominant reading of George Orwell’s dystopian novel, “1984” has been that it was a dire prediction of what could be.
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In the year 1984, there was self-congratulatory coverage that the dystopia of the novel had not been realized. However, an expert argues that the technologies described in the novel are here and watching us.
Some of the boys and girls in 1964, aged seven.
What started as an experiment in 1964 has become the UK’s most successful documentary franchise.