Elle tapped an impressive group of actresses for its 6th annual "Women In TV" issue -- and the resulting five covers are stunning, to say the least.
The A-list lineup consists of Priyanka Chopra of "Quantico," Viola Davis of "How To Get Away With Murder," Olivia Wilde of "Vinyl," Julia Louis-Dreyfus of "Veep," and newly minted Golden Globe winner Taraji P. Henson of "Empire."
We're pumped that the glossy decided to round up a diverse group of women -- especially in light of the recent all-white Hollywood Reporter group cover that spotlighted the industry's blatant disregard for casting actresses of color.
In the issue, which hits newsstands nationwide on Jan. 19, the women open up about life, love and navigating their successful careers.
“Go to the movies -- how many good scripts are you really seeing out there? How many good, meaty roles are there for women within those scripts? Not tons of them," Louis-Dreyfus told Elle. "Right now there are so many [TV] shows on with strong, complicated, powerful, not-so-powerful, interesting human beings who are women. And I am thrilled to be playing one of them.”
Here's a peek at the ladies inside the issue. Gorgeous, right?
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